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= Naurgul =
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==About me==
Hey, I'm a translator for the Support Wiki. Member of the Acolytic Minervas, and I have started 2 mods myself, I hope I'll get around to doing the last one at some point.
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I'm a computer science university student. I'm interested in video-games not only from a player or developer perspective, but also from a philosophical one. I mostly play role-playing games, with pen and paper or on the computer. Generally I like most arts and sciences. By the way, I'm also the coordinator for the Greek Support Wiki.
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==My Source Projects==
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In the beginning, I was thinking about making a HL2 singleplayer mod set in City 14. The action would take place in my university. I never managed to get to work on this. Later, I decided to make a little Mario mod to become a little familiar with the SDK source code and with game design. I started it last year and failed. I'm doing it again this year, as an open source project.
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==External Links==
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[http://steamcommunity.com/id/naurgul/ My Steam Community profile]
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[http://sourceforge.net/projects/mariosource/ Mario: Source on sourceforge.net]

Revision as of 18:25, 31 December 2007

About me

I'm a computer science university student. I'm interested in video-games not only from a player or developer perspective, but also from a philosophical one. I mostly play role-playing games, with pen and paper or on the computer. Generally I like most arts and sciences. By the way, I'm also the coordinator for the Greek Support Wiki.

My Source Projects

In the beginning, I was thinking about making a HL2 singleplayer mod set in City 14. The action would take place in my university. I never managed to get to work on this. Later, I decided to make a little Mario mod to become a little familiar with the SDK source code and with game design. I started it last year and failed. I'm doing it again this year, as an open source project.

External Links

My Steam Community profile Mario: Source on sourceforge.net