what I meant was in a responce to Pros post before.....
<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"> I found this:
http://www.neoseeker.com/forums/index.p ... orum&f=719
recently. I see it was visited in antiquity by some familiar names.<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"></font id="quote"></blockquote id="quote">
Seems that now BOD has been out for so long now that we are now reduced to a handfull of diehard fans of the game. Fans who's names will popup in almost every forum/site that is BOD related. Fans that are not willing to let a great game die.
I have a m8 who is a computer programmer. I was telling him one day about BOD. ...and he said that a while ago he had a chance to work on this games as it was getting touted around various companys - looking for anyone who would take it on.
I asked him if he could have a look at the LED map maker tool and see if he could redsign it. But sadly the lad was to busy. hummm!
To tell the truth I think it was a case of the games to old for him to consider doing any alterations to the LED program. [:(] - (no money in it?)
I myself haven't played BOD or any BOD related maps/mods in ages. I did try having a go at making a map myself but the coding was starting to get the better of me. Grrrrrrrr damn LED.
I have since got myself a new PC..... Are you listening Uncle Pro [:D]
Here are the specs.....
Gigabyte GA-K8NSNXP nForce3-250Gb ......... Price Â£140
Read a review of the Motherboard here..
AMD ATHLON 64 3400+ SKT 754 RETAIL ............Price Â£180
POWERPACK for CASE.
THERMALTAKE BUTTERFLY 480Watt PSU ......... Â£50
THERMALTAKE XASER III CASE..................Â£95
GeForce FX5700V - 256MB DDR/ DirectX 9 / AGP 8X ........ Â£75
DIGITAL TV CARD. ( Jetway AV Tune).... Â£55
This little lot has cost me an arm and a leg. Around Â£750 by the time you add a couple of new HD's.
I Have been putting it together over the xmas period and its up and running but not as I would like it. It took ages to re-route that mass of wires that accompany the case cooling fan system.
A couple of more strips of RAM and a bit more tinkering and then I can dump my old AMD 950. Which is now around 4 years old.