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  1. how about actor Clancy Brown? (cause that's who it is) ;)

  2. I wonder if anyone has done this or is willing to try it. Is it possible? https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=13161 I was reading that these devices aren't compatible with versions of Windows (other than 10 which is planned) but that through emulation you can run older windows versions like 95/98, so it sounds like it would be possible. Imagine a JK/MotS LAN party on your tv! Thanks in advance for anyone who knows!
  3. Let's see, there was the original release from Oct 1997, then there was the JK/MotS bundle that came out a year or so after MotS (Feb 1998). I think it was included in the LucasArts archive packs (not sure if it was on a new disc or just a loose version of one of the above releases). Never heard anybody ask for that mark on a cd before... though JK got pirated fairly early (like every game back then) I don't think anybody released any booleg disc versions of it.
  4. To add to that, JKhub.net is still going strong in case anyone is still looking for new mods.
  5. Old topic, but it was also made available on the Steam network some years back, along with the rest of the games in the series.
  6. Hey Wilhuf nice to see you. The answer is probably "no", as I've never been big into those kinds of games.

  7. I like the lone post by GibbaGobba in the forum asking about the code. C'mon throw that guy a bone! Also, his youtube channel is pretty cool, check it out...
  8. For those who didn't know, here is the "revamp" of the once popular alternative to JED.* http://www.jkhub.net/project/show.php?projid=375&section=downloads Apparently this file doesn't create new levels well, but it can edit and save existing levels. So I figure you could just start with a bare bones deal and go from there (it comes with a sample level after all). *I know there's nothing wrong with JED, I just preferred the ease of use of this one.
  9. Since the page is down, here is a backup, thanks to the ever-helpful Wayback Machine . https://web.archive.org/web/20050312215541/http://www.jediknight.net/darkfall/jkarts/cuttutor.html MTFBWY
  10. Try this: http://www.jkhub.net/project/show.php?projid=375&section=downloads
  11. The problems you describe are known limitations of those mods (at least in their present form as of this writing), sorry.
  12. JKhub.net is another great place to find stuff (recent too).
  13. Glad to find out years later that both TFU ("Ultimate Sith Edition") and TFU2 were ported to the PC. Sadly, still no official JK sequel... and the multiplayer was left out of the PC ports anyhow (and the saber combat is basically button mashing, nothing too special compared to the JK series), though the force control is great... and there's no first person viewpoint and no real gunplay. And as far as I know, JK/MotS still haven't been ported to any consoles, not even by homebrewers. Pity. We'll probably see them ported as part of some mobile gaming app before we see it on the Xbox360, wii
  14. Yeah, 3d Acceleration is much better. Without it, the game will be stuck in "software rendering mode" which tends to be slower (at least on older machines), and the graphics will look "muddier" and more pixelated (even at higher resolutions, which you'll have fewer to choose from), giving it a more primitive look.
  15. Also just choosing dark side (red) powers will put you into dark side territory. Of course if you really want the "secret" powers on either side, you need to stick with that path and be "True" to it.
  16. Good tip, I was wondering that myself! I was going to suggest "XP mode" in Windows7 professional, but a replacement program is a better solution.
  17. JKhub.net and massassi.net are the best that are still updated semi-regularly. Multiplayer should work, all you need to do is make sure that somebody is hosting a game, and that the players you want to join have your IP address. That, or else you need to all be on the same LAN together to play. JKEnhanced can be easily installed by using this Noob friendly package. There is an "upgrade" for MotS, but it is in very early stages and so is not nearly as "complete" a change as the one for JK. You can find it here. Find another one here. This looks promising, but not no d
  18. 1. I believe so. Try the disc version first, I say. Not sure how to tell if it's successful. 2. Yes. Get the Alternate Installer from JKhub. 3. It should be. 4. Yes. You need to enable ports (see the sticky) and trade IP addresses with somebody you intend to play with (one of you needs to host, the other connects, you can have up to 8 players, but everybody should have decent connections). Alternatively, you should all be on a LAN together.
  19. Some help/hope here: http://www.jkhub.net/project/show.php?projid=375&section=downloads
  20. Or maybe next year... Any progress?
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