Axis are preparing to make new modern weapon to takie control of Europe. Some Allied Spy discovered that the draft of that weapon is hiden into Prime Squadron's base. First Allied Branch just land in city. Who knows what will happen!
-Defend the Flag.
-Protect the Gate.
-Defend the side way.
-Defend the main way.
-Do not let enemy steal objective!
-Capture the Flag.
-Destroy the Gate.
-Push enemies into Prime Squadron's building.
-Steal the objective!
-Capture the objective in safe area.
Screenshots here >> imgur.com
If you found any bug or just have suggestions please contact me:
Xfire : kunaopw91
KunA?! 01.06.2014 5;431 MB 59
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory Mod ET Headquarters 0.9.127 released
ET Headquarters adds a flexible character customization system to Wolfenstein Enemy Territory. It also adds gameplay changes and rebalances class mechanics. Its core gameplay remains close to vanilla ET. Features: - Omnibot Support - ETpro Mapscripting Support - Lua 5.1 Support - Sqlite3 Database Backend - Xpsave and Moditemsave Support - Game Coins - Character Customization - Flexible Character Customization Backend - Barracks Menu to Visually Unlock Character Items - New Command Post Gameplay - Blue Adrenaline - Covert Ops Weapon Specialist
Amongst the many which stand out:
- Omnibot Support
- ETpro Mapscripting Support
- Lua 5.1 Support
- Sqlite3 Database Backend
- Xpsave and Moditemsave Support
- Game Coins
- Character Customization
- Flexible Character Customization Backend
- Barracks Menu to Visually Unlock Character Items
- New Command Post Gameplay
- Blue Adrenaline
- Covert Ops Weapon Specialist
acQu - Code, Game Design
Floreio - Models
Jenkins - Logo, 2D gfx
Thunder - Skins, Models
Bug reports go to: thewolfteam.org
Not all media assets shown in the pictures, videos, etc, were done by us alone. We hereby thank everyone in the community who made these assets available. We do not take credit for those.
|ET HEADQUARTERS Version:0.9.127
acQu - Floreio - Jenkins - Thunder 30.07.2014 7,019 MB 108
Enter the hunter - Enemy Territory Movie
This ET Movie contains frag highlights from 2007 to 2015. Project started back in March 2014. I suggest download movie to enjoy highest quality.
Content by Poland hunter.
Edited by Poland requem.
Movie information: Resolution: 1920 x 1080, Length: 8:30 mins, Size: 1,14 GB, Framerate: 50 FPS
|ENTER THE HUNTER
requem 20.12.2015 1,14 GB 53
Two weeks after the last release the guys from etlegacy are ready to bring you a new one which includes a client crash fix, bunch of server-side bugfixes and most notably the linux release is compiled with an older glibc, so even users with outdated linux distributions can play ET:L.
ET Legacy Engine:
Rework of download code
Expanded et:// protocol
Request servers from ET:L master server
Disabled SDL2 Joystick code to avoid possible crash when gamepads are connected
Fixed vanilla mod compatibilty
Fixed SV_Demo_Record_f for sv_maxclients 64
Added configurable attack log prints to console
Fixed sv_protect 1 (possibly ) and added challenge size check
Added part of the ioq3 com_frame code to fix cpu usage issue
Added option for dedicated servers to receive updateinfo packages
Added protection of SV_CheckDRDoS against time wrapping
Send heartbeat to ET:L master server
Don’t force snaps to 30 - use sv_fps instead
Fixed wrong maxclients count in server browser (windows only)
Fixed scoped rifles generating same stats as standard rifles
Fixed LUA et_Damage callback not taking distance and HS into account
Fixed compatibility issue with older linux GLIBC versions
... we did also fix tons of defects detected by coverity.
Clanbase - Game Over
For those unfamiliar with the name: ClanBase once was a cool site to visit if you were an online gamer. With cups and ladders hosted for games such as the RtCW, ET, Quake, Unreal Tournament, Counter-Strike and Call of Duty series, a teenager really had quite some options for multiplayer entertainment. Heck, we even had LAN finals for our renowned EuroCups.
Those days are far behind us and as it stands today, the company that owns the ClanBase site - GGL - is unable to cover the costs required to run the website. Moreover, lately the owners of the site do not wish to cooperate with the voluntary crew, keeping everybody in the dark and thus showing complete disrespect to people who spend many hours a day trying to make our tournaments a success.
The website has now been offline for more than three weeks due to an unpaid bill. No action is being taken by the owner to get the website back online. Having no vision for the future, we - the ClanBase Crew - have lost our last hopes about ClanBase ever coming back online, and unfortunately we announce the end of a great era.
The history and the truth as the ClanBase Crew sees it
A US-based company called Global Gaming League (Professional Interactive Entertainment, Inc.) noticed the success of the site and bought it from the original owners in December of 2004. They had financial backing for server hosting and our tournaments. Things were going well until in 2007 CB suffered its first heart attack when GGL couldn’t deliver the prize money they put up for the EuroCup. This can be marked as the start of our downfall.
The CB Crew has always been made up of volunteers with the majority being just teenagers. There was no possibility for us to come up with the money on our own that was promised, yet we were always the ones getting blamed. After all, it was our cup season and our name. It is no surprise that after this blow there was no way for us to host another season with the promise of any kind of prize until the debt was settled with the previous winners.
To this day, GGL owes around €24,000 in prize money which will never be settled. The other sites who were in the same gaming business of course had no problems hosting their tournaments however they wanted. ClanBase, however, lost a great deal of its reputation along with some top teams who never got their winnings.
As time went by the site also started to decay. After the takeover we had paid developers who tried to put the code in shape. There were some noteworthy developments such as the seasonal and invitational ladders, but after the first test run we couldn’t get the necessary changes implemented - because GGL stopped paying the developers.
Money. The source of all evil.
GGL started moving the servers between hosts (RackSpace, Amazon, GreenQloud) to save costs, and to avoid further missed payments. This appeared in the news a few times when providers came out with how they were lied to. We also lost the ability to upload files anything other than demos. Fortunately, a Crew member had the means to help out.
Funding continued to dry up. After the first wave of cuts where we lost the two developers and a head admin, things cooled down for a while. Recently, a general system administrator was cut off which got interesting at one point when CB suffered a denial of service attack to which the host (GreenQloud) responded with moving the servers to a different IP address. However, the domain name had to be updated as well to point to the new address. Since our sysadmin was not getting paid, he refused to perform this, essentially holding the site hostage for a while.
So how do we get money? The site had ads for a while which obviously was not enough. We may have been naive thinking that upping the quality of the site would be a good move, which was promised more times we bother to count. GGL thought otherwise. In fact, many of the cool features our gamers would have loved to see on the website were never implemented - because "CBv2” was supposedly just around the corner.
Their first bold move was trying to get adult banners on CB - a website that was home for thousands of teenagers. The Crew was shocked and appalled by this. Fortunately, we managed to get our voice through (by threatening to go on strike) - but we also lost several valuable crew members who had enough of the poor conditions and bad decisionmaking.
Next to adult material, gambling can also be a good source of income. The Poker and Betting ladders were introduced. It is doubtful that much money was ever made of this, at least nobody said otherwise. The only thing certain is that these projects never got off the ground.
A poor attempt was also made to gather money in the form of offering VIP membership. Nobody took this very seriously and as expected, nobody bothered to opt in after a while. The only benefit to having VIP was the ability to get rid of some of the ads. Perhaps a regular donation system would’ve been more useful.
By the end of August 2013, yet another problem surfaced: the money ran out for the hosting. This is when CB started to go down every month when the time came to pay for the next 30 days.
Of course we tried contacting GGL through our manager who was in charge of handling communications. As you may have guessed by now, he also failed to receive his payment for a while and a company owing money to you, and who knows how many others, is not in a hurry to get back to you.
The ClanBase management tried to directly contact the GGL founder and president Ted Owen (since everyone else left), with very little success. Whenever we got a response it usually consisted of no more than a few words.
The last we heard from him, he stated that "GGL will move on without ClanBase, and besides, why did the Crew never put any money in it?”
Mr. Owen, the Crew put time in it. A lot of time... for free. Every day. And to clarify, nobody has ever reached out to us to ask for any kind of financial aid. Not that we would’ve ever agreed to anything if the money had to go through GGL as that would’ve resulted in the money never reaching its intended destination.
Ultimately, we understand that our users would have expected us to come out with the truth sooner. It has taken us three weeks to make a public statement - but the only reason it took so long is that we were trying to not lose the hope and to reach out to mr. Owen. Unfortunately, our last request (or offer) to him - to release the ClanBase site to the crew for us to be able to continue running it on our own, without the GGL - was not welcomed.
It is thus our sad duty to inform you that ClanBase is gone. We would like to sincerely thank over a thousand admins working on the website over the past 15 years of ClanBase’s existence. And an even bigger thanks goes out to all the players who supported us over the years and who did not lose faith no matter what.
This writing has not come easily because ClanBase has been a big part of our lives, and we definitely did not want to see it end like this.
Clanbase - Game Over
Die Clanbase war einmal eine sehr coole Website für Online- Gamer, mit Cups und Ligen für Spiele wie RtCW, ET, Quake, Unreal Tournament, Counter-Strike und der Call of Duty-Serie.
Diese glorreichen Tage sind nun hinter uns, und heute steht es um die Clanbase Website sehr schlecht - wir sind nicht mehr in der Lage, die erforderlichen kosten der Website zu decken.
Die Website war offline für mehr als drei Wochen, wegen einer unbezahlten Rechnung. Keine Aktion wird vom Eigentümer übernommen, um die Website wieder online zu bekommen. Da sie keine Vision für die Zukunft mehr hat. Wir - die Clanbase Crew - haben unsere letzten Hoffnungen die Clanbase jemals wieder online kommen jetzt endgültig verloren, und müssen leider das Ende einer großen Clanbase-Ära verkünden.
Allied-attack map Norwegian Battery beta 5 from TWT.
The Axis forces have built an anti-ship battery on the coast of Norway, the allies must destroy it in order to guarantee safe passage for all Allied shipping.
~~~New section of the map!~~~
A totally new barack-section is maded to give the map better flow
The new section got 4 enter-able houses.
The allies can acces it eighter by cvops (dressed)(disguised) or by jumps or by destroying the gate.(new)
2h/a cabinets. both on tactical places
+ the very special target (default used for mortars) that shows the place where the keycard is located, (when the keycard is stolen it shows where it should be secured
A lot of bugs has been fixed since b4: *construct the commandpost x2 -fixed *3x z-fighting places (flickering shadows)
Great thanks to quarkclan and thunder.
NORWEGIAN BATTERY Version:Beta 5
ove 29.04.2014 5.67 MB 57
Kent "Loffy" Lofgren (Sweden) released his new ET Map Ambition 2
He included all files necessary to run Omnibots on this map.
Number of players: 6 vs. 6 or higher (up to 32 vs. 32).
Installation/play: Place the pk3 in your etmain folder, select it from the game menu (Host),
or bring down the console and use the command /map ambition2 (not ambition2.pk3) to run the map.
Source: splashdamage.com | wolffiles.de | loffysdomain.com
Kent "Loffy" Lofgren (Sweden) 07.01.2014 13,45 MB 56
Happy 13th birthday, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory!
Splash Damage's first game - Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory - was released exactly THIRTEEN YEARS ago. Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory was born on 29/05/2003. Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory was originally planned to be released as a commercial expansion pack to the popular FPS Return to Castle Wolfenstein and later as a standalone game.
However, due to problems with the single-player aspect, the multiplayer portion was released on 29 May 2003 as a freeware standalone game.
In January 2004, the source code for the game logic (not the game engine) was released to the benefit of its modding community.
The game uses a modified Return to Castle Wolfenstein engine, itself being a heavily modified Quake III: Team Arena engine (id Tech 3, which has been open-source since 2005).
As of the first day of the 2010 QuakeCon, 12 August the entire source code was released under the GNU General Public License v3.Multiple source ports have been started.
While the attempts made by OpenWolf and ET:Xreal concentrate on innovating the renderer, the most active community project ET: Legacy focuses on fixing issues by backporting improvements from ioquake3 while staying binary compatible to the original game client, server and its mods.
|ET ULTIMATE INSTALLER 1.6 Version:1.6 Final
Kashu 29.05.2010 346 MB 4193
|ET FULL VERSION 2.60 Version:2.60
SplashDamage 31.03.2009 263 MB 1436
|ET-LOGOS HI RES Version:-
dexter 19.04.2009 6,400 MB 436
Py(thon)EnemyTerritory is a server-side plugin based on the existing mod ETPub 0.9.1. This plugin allows you to use the Python programming language as a scripting language.
PyET resembles the LUA support which is included in some mods like ETPro. The advantages of using Python instead of LUA are that it's much better documented, easy to use and rich in libraries.
Now the plugin is designed to be runnable on every ET mod.
Py(thon) EnemyTerritory ist ein Serverseitiges Plugin auf Basis der vorhandenen Mod ETPub 0.9.1. Dieses Plugin ermöglicht es, die Programmiersprache Python als Skriptsprache zu verwenden.
PyET ähnelt der LUA-Unterstützung, die in einigen Mods wie ETPro enthalten ist. Die Vorteile der Verwendung von Python statt LUA sind, dass es hierfür mehr Bibliotheken gibt und diese besser dokumentiert und einfacher zu bedienen sind.
DL Link > PyET-download
Source: Thx to etpro.de