Lack of updates

Another long awaited post. You're hoping for good news, when all I can bring you is more delay I'm afraid.

We'll be having "crisis talks" this week to discuss where to go on this as our time's just been utterly consumed by other, more important things.

The key thing to remember is whilst this isn't dead, it's merely sleeping.

Will update as and when

Demeggy, Spyduck and Riker

17 comments:

Griever28 said...

No worries guys, I'm sure we can all be patient, and we all know it's going to be well worth the wait keep up the good work! :)

Anonymous said...

You know what they say great things come to those who wait......Keep your chins up lads.........

Kitsudragon said...

As a suggestion, if the mission-arc is what's consuming most of your time (and it sounds like it is,) why not release a "just the TARDIS" mod, and do the missions after, like with GitM. Or repackage the whole shebang into a single file for the "full" release.

That way, we can have at least part of the mod to keep us busy while you take your time to do the plotline portion. If it takes a while, that just means I have to maybe start a new character when the plotline portion is ready. Oh noes!!! :D

Kris said...

Cheers, all support and understanding greatly appreciated. I'd wish it was something so trivial Kitsudragon, but unfortunately for myself, its working and private commitments outside of the project. We'll be keeping you all in touch though

Anonymous said...

I think that fashion, we will not see even 1 year

liamvt said...

thanks for the update guys :)
too bad you havn't had much time to work on the mod but it's always nice to know it isn't dead.

keep up the good when u can ;)

Jim said...

Playing Skyrim eh Kris? XD

Kris said...

If only I had even that luxury Jim :)

madman450 said...

hahahahaha. im sure the mod will be worth the wait...

Neronix17 said...

Hey I am working on a multiverse sci-fi mod for Skyrim, was wondering if you could help me out with the Doctor Who portion of it sometime? Since you seem to have quite a lot of models, etc. done for this on fallout I thought I would ask before spending a lot of time pretty much replicating the same/similar things.

My e-mail is neronix17@gmail.com if you are willing to help out :)

Anonymous said...

We can wait. As long as you don't leave the project for dead, I'll be happy! Take your time, personal problems should come first.

madman450 said...

im with A on this one

supertardis49 said...

same, its definitel gonna be worth a long wait.

Anonymous said...

it's worth the wait, but i would wish for some more updates, even if its just to say hello and just know that its going forward :) but good work! no stress to get it out, just wanna know how its going :) i just see myself going on this blog almost everyday!

Joel said...

While you guys are waiting for the mod. I really suggest you watch this it is so awesome and really does Doctor Who justice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d941hp6VKgw&list=FLUNqw_O_JAniGmbltcyb0yg&feature=mh_lolz

Anonymous said...

Hi In the Gallifrey Mod, Is there any way you can prevent fluid links from freezing without flying the tardis? They seem to cool down very quickly and break, and that kind of prevents you enjoying or using the facilities in the Tardis's other rooms for long. And there isn't a sustainable way to repair those links. Manufacturing mercury all the time needs scrap metal, which is finite, as well as consuming Artron. I'd like to alter the rate at which it cools - is there a way I can do that? Like with a script command or something? Cheers, jason

xg42 said...

:( I hope all is going well with the mod, despite the large amount of time it's taking. Just a quick question as I am now beginning to develop mods myself, how do I open a pre-made model I have downloaded in the GECK?