Nice bot. I remember reading this topic a month or so back and I forgot to make a reply. Just ignore the ignorant MTA advocates, they live sheltered lives under the rooftop of a group of 'hackers' who hate hackers... as ironic as that may be. I'm looking forward to seeing what features you're 0.3 bot will bring, although I won't be using it unfortunately as I can no longer endure their petty bullsh*t, even venturing to their forums is becoming an aggrevating experience, reading the complete lack of intelligence that 99% of their user base displays. Last time I checked, it took Rockstar around a year and half to upgrade their Vice engine to San Andreas, MTA's now reaching their one and a half year mark at creating their multiplayer mod "Blue"... adding functionality that spookie and [sheep] have already freely released here, and not just some bullsh*t end-user SDK that only applies to their modification with a closed source environment. All this just to say that your bot is looking great.
|of course there are horrible destrutive bots out there tearing up MTA's netcode (0.4.1)|
You'd think they would have sat back and wondered why so many bots, cracked clients, and et cetera, are released to battle their mod, but apparently they prefer playing the naive 'ban' card to make their problems disappear (which only heightens the overall problem). And I don't want to hear bullsh*t about banning techniques, I've f*cking outlined methods of doing so that do
fully work, people just prefer to put their fingers in their ears and whistle to their hearts content pretending they are invincible. But hey, without MTA I would have no place to go to enjoy myself reading people's rants about how bad the modding problem is and laughing about their arrogant attitudes.
|People could even write bots to fight against the bots made by other people...like an online Robot Wars or something.|
I think I'll just stick to plain old GTA... the day I spend hours on end watching bots fight each other is the day MTA learns to add decent RCE-protection routines.
Edited by Kryptos, 23 March 2005 - 05:57 AM.