Macologist Mod of the Year
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Every year, numerous user created additions such as maps and tools are released for Mac games. The Macologist Mod of the Year honors these creations with five honorable mention awards and Mod of the Year.
The honorable mentions go to: Heat of Battle for Call of Duty, Last Man Standing for Doom 3, The Telic Campaign for Alien Swarm for Unreal Tournament 2004, Blitzreigh 2: The Final Hour for Command & Conquer Generals: Zero Hour, and Red Orchestra for Unreal Tournament 2004. Finally, this year's Macologist Mod of the Year goes to Forgotten Hope for Battlefield 1942.
The staff over at the Forgotten Hope team took this mod one step further. They wanted to guarantee that the mod would work on a Macintosh. To do this, compiler and FH member "ctz" purchased a Mac Mini to do internal testing on as well as creating a Mac friendly installation file. Not acting alone in his endevours, FH member "StrangerThanFiction" kept in constant contact with Macologist beta-tester "adamward" to assist him in receiving an advanced preview to verify their internal testing.This attention not only to detail, but rather to the BF1942 gaming community as a whole including Mac gamers, has propelled Forgotten Hope .7 to be named our Mod of the year for the 2005. Congratulations to the FH team for all of their hard work!A round of applause for all the winners and their respective mods. Please click the links below to view the Macologist Mod of the Year feature and to learn more about this article.
Macologist: Mod of the Year 2005
Battlefield 1942: Deluxe Edition
Command & Conquer Generals: Zero Hour
Call of Duty
Unreal Tournament 2004
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