- Modding the Mod -
Many people see the GTA:LC files and think of all the cool ways they could mod GTA III in VC's engine. Hey, we all want to have fun, right? Well just like with GTA III and GTA:VC, anybody with GTA:LC installed can mod their game to their liking however they want.
In the past, we have pushed aside all such talk because we only had the one thread to work with and that was our only way to get work done. But we want you to have fun and to be able to enjoy our work any way you like. So now you can have this thread to release your mods for GTA:LC, offer ideas, suggestions, and requests for such mods.
So what's the difference between an official mod and unofficial mod? For the most part, it's just going to be the difference between what's actually in GTA III and what isn't. If it's in GTA III, then it belongs in GTA:LC. If it's not in GTA III, then it could be an unofficial mod and belongs here.
See this post for a full list of suggestions for unofficial mods that came about as a result of a not-so-recent poll about what should be added to the official version of LC.
If your mod isn't listed here, post in this thread to make us aware of its existence.
|File||Author(s)||Latest Update||File Size||Tested on Beta 3.1|
Released for GTA:LC by
(Tree-Boy and Beavis!)
Converted to LC by
ODIE and Illspirit
Converted to LC by
Details + Download at GTAGarage
Includes mods by:
Diamond Joe Quimby
Rowell Ray Shih
Below is a list of some of the most common tools you'll need when it comes to installing the mods listed above. However, I also recommend you check out the Tools forum for a more complete list.
(link to Official Site)
- For information on how to install a mod, please contact the author via PM if a readme is not included.
- The mods are not guaranteed to work with all versions of GTA:LC, although most should work.
Edited by spaceeinstein, 22 July 2011 - 05:59 PM.