Any ratings, or comments?!
I think, that YOU think, that it was very easy to make this ModPack, but converting the AoE pallette, wasn't possible in MPS, so I converted it's palette manauly, and set all background colors back to transparent colors.
This crazy job took 4,3 hours to finish!
Posted on 09/01/06 @ 12:32 AM
I like it, and all the mods are good. I hope you can convert more things of aoe to aok perhaps some units?
Posted on 01/30/07 @ 07:41 PM
First off, I think that YOU think that...Oh sorry, I think that YOU made this too difficult. To do an simple palette conversion to AoK's default palette, you take the non-AoK picture and copy-paste it into an image you get by saving one fo the game's images through MPS. Then, you edit the background to make it transparent and save the new file. Then it is in the AoK Palette.
Overall Rating: 5.0
WONDERFUL quality in this graphic. I love it. It is consistent and it looks great. Looks like an altar with pillars from some old church or temple.
Many uses can be found for this mod. It could simply replace the Roman Ruins that come with the game, or it could be used as an altar of an old church as I said before. It does have a player color patch on it, so it is useable as a distinct player building as well as a neutral-color Gaia building.
Posted on 04/10/07 @ 09:35 AM
When i instal'd it said can'd find aok.What can i do to instal the mod.
Forgive my english.
Posted on 06/10/08 @ 11:04 PM
How to install it? Mr.Genius?
You spent 4 hours working on it but not 1 second to make a helpfull file of "How to install it" ?