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Author:Simitar
Title:The Sword of Ares
Download:tsoa.zip (52a2ea428052566906ff3d4880d8f504)
Filesize:8723 Kilobytes
Release date:04.06.1998
Homepage:
Additional Links:
Type:Partial conversion
BSP: ✔ • PAK: ✔ • PROGS.DAT: ✔ • Custom Models/Sounds: ✔

Files in the ZIP archive
Files in the ZIP archive:
File Size Date
tsoa/camera.txt1 KB06.07.1997
tsoa/tv.txt1 KB23.08.1997
tsoa/ray.txt1 KB27.06.1997
tsoa/tsoa.bat1 KB04.06.1998
tsoa/generatr.txt1 KB24.06.1997
tsoa/pak1.pak12001 KB18.01.1998
tsoa/pak2.pak12238 KB18.01.1998
tsoa/config.cfg6 KB19.05.2003
tsoa/tsoa.txt5 KB17.01.1998
tsoa/progs.dat545 KB18.01.1998
tsoa/orca.txt2 KB03.06.1997
tsoa/pak0.pak801 KB18.01.1998
tsoa/sentry.txt1 KB14.06.1997
tsoa/autoexec.cfg3 KB19.11.1997
tsoa_quaddictedrepack.txt1 KB28.04.2009

tsoa.zip - The Sword of Ares

A robot total conversion with 18 small to medium sized levels (incl. start map), all new textures, monsters, sounds, everything. It seems to be consistent in quality and theme (which is very 1998-like, think Malice), but also very strange.

Note: This is the full version (not just the shareware levels, as written in tsoa.txt).
This file was repackaged by Spirit. You can find the original .zip in the trash


Tags: episode, tc, robots, textures, monsters, small, medium

Editor's Rating: Average
User Rating: 1.3/5 with 3 ratings
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Spirit 17 July 2008, 14:05
This is a mod, should go into the mod listing some day.
Pritchard Registered, rated this a 1 16 October 2016, 11:22

This was... strange to play. To say the least.

There weapon system is weird and hard to understand, and the hud is almost illegible with the horrible font and lack of any icons. The levels are incredibly blocky and basic, the enemies confusing to fight... I could go on.

For me the strangest part was the sound; plenty of entities play no sound, some play standard Quake sounds and... well, I swear I was hearing some old Windows 9x sounds, seemingly at random...

Worth playing, if only because it's so weird. Certainly not worth trying to enjoy.

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