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We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Map editor the most requested.
First person interactive fiction title The Stanley Parable has sold one million copies.
Game modding website Mod DB has announced the winners of its latest Mod of the Year competition.
Decides digital offence is the best defence.
Taking retro game hacks to extremes, Project Unity combines 15 original consoles in one box.
A fan-made sequel to TimeSplitters is in production and has received the nod of approval from series owner Crytek.
An ambitious modding project has been revealed to port Descent into Unreal Engine 3.
The much anticipated total conversion mod taking the original Half-Life into the source engine will launch next week.
A team of students is looking for funding for a motion-controlled BSG Viper-themed flight simulator.
Starting life as an amateur modding project, Nuclear Dawn is an FPS with a twist.
The developer of the popular custom Android CyanogenMod ROMs has been employed by Samsung.
We're looking for creative Pico-ITX modding ideas. Have you got what it takes?
A Garry's Mod player has hacked Kinect to be compatible with the popular HL2 mod.
After winning bit-tech's mod of the year competition twice, Attila starts his next project.
Cooler Master's Case Mod competition is offering $15K. Register your project by 15 April to enter.
We list the winner and runners up for the 2010 Mod of the Year competition.
We announce five lucky winners who voted in 2010's Mod of the Year competition.
We look at the most amazing mods and scratch-built PCs that we've seen over the last year.
The Mod of the Year 2009 winner is back with a new scratch-built PC.
We look at the best designs posted in our forum two weeks into Stage 1
Design the perfect case for water cooling and Phobya will build it for you
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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