Garry's Mod is a Mod. It says so in the title. So, if Garry's Mod is a full game, how does a full game like "Garry's Mod" require another game (example: Half-Life 2) to play it? But it has the word 'Mod' in it's own title. So, how can a full game require you to buy another game, not consider itself a mod, but still have mod in the title? Sounds like a load of fecal matter unloaded from a herd of pigs to me. Anyways - I'm usually lurking around here on ModDB. Checking for anything decent, whether it be a mod, a save file, or something else. If you are one visiting my profile to either bash me, or inquire about the Walkway Maze map, please visit, and play some of these fine mods: Nightmare House 2 1187 Sven Co-op Half-Life 2 Wars They Hunger Go-Mod Median XL Afraid of Monsters: Director's Cut I'm sure I missed some, but I personally recommend them to anyone that has the game th play them. Anyhow, bash me in the comments area below, otherwise, enjoy yourself.
For those of you that like to be reading up on my blog, or wondering about my Walkway Maze save, here's some updates for you all:
First off I'll be uploading what I have of Walkway Maze. Played some of it throughout the pre-releases. Maybe you'll enjoy some of the new buildings, maybe you won't. As long as you find the few TNT stacks that are available, and love blowing shit up, well hopefully you'll get a bit of enjoyment out of it.
With all that said and done - I don't know about you all, but I'm loving some of these Pre-releases - some I hate more than others cause it makes Minecraft just plain unplayable. Crashing every 2 minutes while traversing the Nether. Pretty fucking irritating.
But besides that, been playing with the potions, enchanting, and animal breeding (those of you in the MC Community group might have noticed the MC chicken orgy picture that I uploaded a while back), and I gotta say, it's been pretty enjoyable. It's something Minecraft desperately needed, was more features, and that is what it got. It does need more content from what is currently in the game, but aside from that complaint - I'm loving it. It's been much more enjoyable experience playing Minecraft with the release of the Adventure update compared to the pain-staking experience back in 1.7.3.
Sure some of you may disagree, but I gotta say - I like the direction Minecraft is going.
And if any of you are still reading this up to this point - thanks for taking the time to read this blog post.