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Neverwinter Nights!

Post  DeAdLY iNFaM0uZ on Fri May 21, 2010 7:19 pm

One of the BEST games I have played on PC. You have got to try it. Their is Neverwinter Nights and Neverwinter Nights 2. I would prefer number 1, even though their not connected at all. I recommend it to ALL DeAdLYs Very Happy

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Re: Neverwinter Nights!

Post  Ismael on Sat Dec 03, 2011 1:44 am

Neverwinter Nights ships with the Aurora toolset, which allows players to create custom modules for Neverwinter Nights. These modules may take the form of online multiplayer worlds, single player adventures, character trainers or technology demos. Additionally, several third party utilities have further expanded the community's ability to create custom content for the game. Custom content creators are known as builders in the Neverwinter Nights community.
The Aurora toolset allows builders to create map areas using a tile system; the appearance and surface textures of the area are defined by the area's selected tileset. Builders can overlay placeable objects onto areas, and use the built-in scripting language NWScript to run cut scenes, quests, mini-games and conversations. NWScript is based on C.
Third party utilities allow builders to create custom content for most aspects of the game, ranging from new playable races and character classes to new tilesets, monsters and equipment. Custom content is added to the game in the form of hakpaks. Builders have used the Aurora toolset in combination with hakpaks to create playing experiences beyond the scope of the original campaign. Despite the game's age, the Neverwinter Nights custom content community remains active.
The community, mostly centered on the Neverwinter Vault, created over 4000 modules to the game, among them are many award-winning adventures and series, like Dreamcatcher, Aielund Saga, AL series, and much more.
Additionally, Aurora toolset has allowed for the creation of a number of ongoing persistent worlds modules.
The Aurora toolset is not available for the Linux and Macintosh versions of Neverwinter Nights. The open source project neveredit aims to port the toolset features to these platforms.
The game's module-making legacy was continued by Neverwinter Nights 2.

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