-Added voice and helmets to the firemen, random components for the chief
-Water cannon effect is now in place (Big thanks to Mr. Mysterious from LCPDFR team). It does not always aim directly at the fire, but sprays the
-Corrected more random event bugs
UPDATE Version 1.3: Fixed many script errors from numerous causes.
-fixed an annoying crash when multiple fire trucks explode consecutively. (awaiting approval)
BUGS FIXED: Fixed many of the script errors caused by the player dying or leaving the scene of the fire quickly.
After getting back into GTA IV with all of the mods here over the last month, I thought I should share whatever I could. I wanted to add firetrucks to ambient gameplay, sort of like ambulances are now.
This is my first mod, so there may be bugs I still have not discovered. Please leave feedback, comments, crits.
Thanks go out to those who made modding GTA IV possible, and all who have posted the great work here.
AMBIENT FIRE INSPECTION v1.0 by Prof_Farnsworth
FEATURES: Any car fire near the player will cause a firetruck to respond to the scene, investigate (look around, take pictures) and
clean up (sweep) the area. The fire will also be extinguished (I have NOT gotten the water cannon to work, fire is put out after
inspection complete). They will then return to a fire department unless there is another fire.
INSTALLATION: Make sure your GTA IV is moddable (scripthook.net, asi loader, etc).
Place "FirePatrol.net" into the "scripts" folder in the root GTA IV directory.
Play. (You can confirm the script has been loaded if the "emergency" script has been loaded in the scripthook console (default key
Tested on GTA IV version 1.0.7 with Scripthook.net 220.127.116.11, scripthook.dll 0.5.1, and latest xliveless (0.99)
KNOWN BUGS: -Occasionally firemen will do their animation while lying on the ground (looks odd)
-Firetruck has a tendency to get stuck (Game AI). Leaving the area or blowing up the truck will correct the problem.
COPYRIGHT: Please do not upload this mod anywhere else. If you use this mod in one of your own, please be kind enough to give credit.
Edited by Prof_Farnsworth, 06 April 2012 - 05:25 PM.