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I wanted to make two mods for a game called Darkwood 🌑

But now I'm not sure if I want to bother because the game doesn't support Steam Workshop, and I really wanted to upload them on Steam. I can still upload them to Nexus Mods, it just feels a bit meh. I thought it might be a cozy project to work on over Christmas.

These are mods I wanted to try making:

[b]New Game +[/b]
– also gives enemies more health.
– makes the assault rifle obtainable earlier on, without killing Wolf.

[b]Manual Save System[/b]
– manual save in one slot only, the game frequently auto-saves.
– manual saving in all slots.
– the game only auto-saves in the morning.
– turn off auto-saving.

The manual save system mod would allow players to manually save either with or without save-scumming, providing a more customizable experience. New Game + and save-scumming would make it easier for people with little time or patience, to take different paths and experience different endings, without having to replay the game over and over again.
Pherick · 41-45, M
Without Steam integration, thats tough. I find that the stuff thats on Nexus really only finds the hardcore moder folks. Like I have an RTS game that the mods are on Nexus, but its not a "mod" per say, but an older game that folks have basically recreated and updated. So its more than Steam could handle or allow.
@Pherick That's the thing, I doubt many people would bother looking up mods for such a small game on Nexus tbh. What's the RTS game you're playing called?
Pherick · 41-45, M
@SW-User Yea I agreed, most would just look on Steam and stop there.

Its for an old game called Dawn of War. Its an RTS based on the Warhammer 40k universe. They came out with DoW2 and DoW3, but none had the feel of the original, and people just decided to expand and update the DoW original :)
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
I ordered an arduino R4 with wifi, a temperature sensor, and some servo motors, and I'm going to try to program it over christmas to automatically regulate the shower temperature because it fluctuates so much.
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
Oh I love darkwood
@MartinTheFirst Yeah, it's awesome, that's why I wanted to give it some love. I noticed that many people never finish it, even though it's short.

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