Jan 21, 2015 at 6:37 PM
it's a bit late now
Well, I'm not an admin (neither is Noxid though, he's a moderator), but one thing that sometimes helps is giving constructive feedback to other people's mods. Doing so will make them thankful, and in some cases they might return the favor by playing your mod. The more effort you put into making your review helpful and insightful, the more likely the modder will be to return the favor. This doesn't always work, though, so always be sure to play it cool; acting like they owe you for reviewing their mod will make them less inclined to try your mod out.Gavintendo64 said:How do you get your mod noticed without begging or randomly spamming about it?
dude, don't due Aar's jobCamero said:First of all, before I play this I have to ask,
All you really need is data, DoConfig and Doukustu.Why are there so many unnecessary files!
Also, most people prefer windowed over "Full 32 bit".
Is Aar here right now?Goerge Bobicles said:dude, don't due Aar's job
Config.dat is also very necessary if you don't want your mod to be fullscreenCamero said:Why are there so many unnecessary files!
All you really need is data, DoConfig and Doukustu.