Yeah theres still lots of stuff that needs doing, converting it all took me forever, especially the heroes. I haven't had the chance to go through it lately but for now i just wanted it loading up right hehe.
As in my thread on the subject, I have been working on fixing things regarding Abyss. I have seen some of the authors lurking around here, so I repeat myself; if the project is dead, I would gladly want to help polishing it and release the cleaner version. If not, I would like to help the team.
Both Grove and Preserve have their authors working on newer and more professional-looking versions of the factions. Looking forward to them!
So the people written in credits as designers are not the designers? That is a bit confusing. I presume those were the original authors and it has since drifted around between helpful hand to helpful hand.
Anyway, I have cleaned most descriptions, done some improvements on unit names and fixed some bugs on the most recent version. I have not really touched balance nor hero specialties as I am not great on balance. If it is okay to upload it, I will do so. Personally, I think my other thread should be the go-to if anyone is willing to help. Some might not like some name changes I did so I would like some feedback there.
Maybe it's good times to revive this topic. Few years ago someone ripped all resources from chinese H3 clone. Resources are here: http://heroes3towns.com/00_resources.zip
Inside you can find all neceserally graphics for thinking of making new towns: sprites, sounds, building graphics, siege graphics, spells etc, etc. Based on these resources we have Another Rampart mod and New Terrains mod. Of course - game is newer than h3, style is more modern, resolution is diffirent, transparency added but maybe someone with graphics skill can downgrade these files and create 3 new towns: human, orcs, undead (and forest - town is done as another rampart mod).
I have been working on a new town I am calling Death Valley. I am basing it off of the work done on Silaneo's Necrotown efforts, and drawing on many resources already in existence. I also have found a program I like that is helping me with some of the townscreen work! The program is Paint.net, and is really handy for a novice like me!
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