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 on: Today at 06:52:53 am 
Started by Enzo.Matrix - Last post by CptLima
The mod's never dead as long as the community continues to keep it alive - I'm sure updates will come when they're ready; progress on a mod like this takes time, and there's still plenty of activity and maps to enjoy presently. For instance, join us every Saturday night after 9 p.m. EST for Community and Fun Night - it's always a blast, and it happens every single week! Several of the developers are often there, and every now and then there's some insight on things being worked on; they tend to keep details close to the chest - I'm sure as to not disappoint or set unreachable expectations - but it's always fun to play and hang out regardless. Hardly dead in the water.

 on: Today at 02:58:33 am 
Started by Enzo.Matrix - Last post by SuperFlyMenace
4 years and counting today. I still yearn to see the new Temple and Citadel levels. If not the full 5.1 update, how about just letting us get one of those levels? I want to believe that this mod isn't finally dead in the water but it's looking that way. I hope I'm wrong.

 on: May 11, 2021, 05:27:47 am 
Started by KekC - Last post by KekC
Map is simple ported to Unreal Engine 4, download here (~282Mb):
In menu option find button About -> BONUS: Play Saint-Petersburg.

Now list of community created maps from GE:S (1995) movie:
Dam (ge_dam)
Arkangel Chemical Weapons Facility - USSR (ge_facility, ge_facility_backzone, ge_runway)
Vehicle road Monte-Carlo
Casino Monte-Carlo (ge_casino)
Yacht Monte-Carlo
Bunker (ge_bunker)
Outside near bunker (ge_siberia)
Destroyed bunker
MI6 (ge_MI6_HQ)
Dvortsovaia square Saint-Petersburg
Q (ge_qlab)
Airport Pulkovo
Near airport
Computer magazine
Church in Smolensk
Grand Hotel Europe
Sauna (ge_sauna)
Statue park (Grave Yard)
Archives (ge_archives)
Tank streets (ge_SPb)
Train (ge_depot, ge_train_cy)
Jungle Puerto Rico (ge_jungle)
Cradle Arecibo Observatory (ge_cradle)
Control center (ge_control)

Have fun!

 on: May 02, 2021, 07:55:12 pm 
Started by FReXx - Last post by FReXx
Ge_Bunker_Nw are updated for 5.0 version.
Download - Mediafire
Download - Mega
Download - Gamebanana
For High End PC! Because the map have some reflectives floors ^^

 on: April 26, 2021, 11:19:37 am 
Started by Drew - Last post by namajnaG
I would love to hear more from htcviveguy on how. I would LOVE to do something in vr with this game if we aren't going to be getting new updates still after almost 4 years.

Use VorpX or Virtual Desktop. It's about the only way.

 on: April 13, 2021, 02:48:15 pm 
Started by Drew - Last post by SuperFlyMenace
I would love to hear more from htcviveguy on how. I would LOVE to do something in vr with this game if we aren't going to be getting new updates still after almost 4 years.

 on: January 03, 2021, 07:56:52 am 
Started by Xale - Last post by papel
Excellent job. Thanks

 on: December 28, 2020, 05:33:20 am 
Started by Xale - Last post by Xale
Updated today to b2, there was some missing texture/sound/script.

Now sound be alright

 on: December 23, 2020, 08:34:38 am 
Started by Xale - Last post by Xale
Grab it here :

 on: December 12, 2020, 04:48:04 pm 
Started by Peon - Last post by CptLima
As someone who personally visited and toured the observatory in 2019, this really struck a chord with me. I will never forget standing in awe at its sheer size, or first catching a glimpse of it rise from the jungle as I drove up winding mountain roads to get there. As a fan of GoldenEye, Contact, and astronomy in general, I was needless to say already excited, but being there in person - walking through the engineering sections, riding around the base access roads on a tour, and spending time in the control room - exceeded my wildest expectations and left me smiling ear to ear for weeks.

It's a sad day for this area of Puerto Rico, just a short couple-hour drive west out of San Juan - I really hope they rebuild a similarly important scientific instrument at the site or nearby, because its presence inspired many in the area and was a symbol of prestige for the surrounding community. It's an even worse loss for astronomy, though, and is emblematic of our continued decline in this important field of science that has been woefully underfunded and deprioritized since the end of the Apollo era. There are so many unexplored areas of our Solar System and beyond that humanity should be endeavoring to learn as much as we can about... yet they remain shrouded in mystery while we send up the occasional probe or satellite.

Gone, unfortunately, is the age of great ambition, exploration, and daring that has marked so many important events in human history, replaced with idleness and content. I hope it one day soon comes back, and that spark is reignited in the right people who are provided with the resources to once again take humanity to higher levels of understanding of the Universe.

That all said, there's plenty of clickbait YouTube copies out there of the collapse, looking to make a quick buck by simply reuploading the NSF footage. I found this video, however, to be refreshingly different, which takes the time to really analyze the engineering and physics behind the collapse itself - check it out when you have 10 minutes or so; it's worth a watch to learn more about what specific points on the structure failed and how:

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