Santa Monica, CA – May 16, 2005 – id Software™ and Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) today announced the development of ENEMY TERRITORY: QUAKE WARS™. Developed by Splash Damage and built on id Software’s new MegaTexture™ rendering technology, ENEMY TERRITORY: QUAKE WARS pits the armies of Earth against the invading alien Strogg in the ultimate online strategic shooter. Featuring strategic team play, persistent character promotions, day and nighttime combat missions, and the universe’s most powerful weapons and vehicles, ENEMY TERRITORY: QUAKE WARS transports players to the front lines of an epic new war for Earth.
ETF gets updated May 16th. Do I have your attention? I didn't think so. Unfortunately, due to having 185,075 registered members, there has to be one ... "person" who is interested. So yeah. What was I talking about again? Oh...
So they are calling this new release the inventive name of ETF 1.4. What does it do? Well I guess you're just going to have to read the changelog. I've always thought that was a boring word. This is ET.com's 850th news post. I had maths GCSE today :/
- Fixed demo list to include both dm_83 and dm_84
- demo filenames no longer uppercased
- Server browser now only shows servers that run your version of ETF
- Server browser includes player list (name, score, ping) for selected server
- New effects for flash grenade and HE charge
- Quad glow (size & colour) around weapons & missiles fixed
- Burninate the weapon you’re holding
ETF 1.4 is released May 16th 2005
Don't you just love Frontpage Express? It's 2mb small and comes with absolutely no features except making words bold. Which can be quite useful really.
Another useful thing to be winging its way down my copper wire this afternoon was the latest version of Firefox, the oh-so-much-better internet browser....save perhaps Opera. If you're running Firefox now would be a good time to update, and if you're not, a quick try can't hurt. Any sceptical IE users will soon be won over. Like my grandpa. And he's 76. Do not fear change! 50 million of us don't. So whats fixed? I predicted two things, but the bastards had to add another one to prove me wrong didn't they:
MFSA 2005-44 Privilege escalation via
non-DOM property overrides