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Mod Authoring for Unreal Tournament
This page and its subpages make up a document by Brandon Reinhart. The Unreal Wiki has been granted permission to host it. Please don't make any edits to these pages other than basic formatting of the text: write on Making Mods instead. Note that this document dates from the early days of UT, so some elements of it may be dated. Especially the class definitions with expands and the Mutator class described in this document will not work correctly in UT2003.
Epic Games, Inc.
Last Updated: 12/08/1999
Winds and storms, embrace us now,
Lay waste the light of day,
Open gates to darker lands
We spread our wings and fly away.
Emperor, Alsvartr (The Oath)
Writing mods for the Unreal engine can be an extremely rewarding task. In the current state of the games industry, there is little better a way for a skilled programmer to show the world what he is capable of. This document is intended to give interested mod authors the information they need to write a successful mod for the Unreal engine. I will include technical information as well as pointers on mod development. If you work hard, you can get some fun stuff done through mod authoring.
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/The Lazy Man's Guide
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/Some Advice To Start With
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/The Three Mod Types
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/A Few Things To Watch Out For
- Getting dirty: Legacy:Mod Authoring/Setting Up Your Project
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/How To Build Your Package
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/Making A Mutator
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/The Anatomy Of Mutator
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/Introduction To GameTypes
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/A First Look At GameInfo
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/Adding A HUD
- Legacy:Mod Authoring/Adding A Scoreboard