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Author: Subject: I am a fireman, How do I use BHD
Doug Martineau
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frog.gif posted on 30-5-09 at 04:37
I am a fireman, How do I use BHD


I am a fireman, Has anybody heard of using BHD mapping to use for firefighting training? Vehicles could be fire trucks, guns could be fire hoses and other tools. Let me know if it is possible and how to do it, or is someone doing it? ---Fireman Doug---
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[*] posted on 30-5-09 at 07:14


interesting idea, maybe make a map or something. but i think it would be better suited for miltary/swat training.



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[*] posted on 30-5-09 at 17:31


A fire-fighting simulation? Using the DFBHD game engine? I doubt it's possible, at least never convincingly possible.

You're definitely going to need to modify the game, and I don't think this is the best game to change into a fire-fighting simulation. Half-Life 2 or Far Cry would be tons better suited, I'd wager. DFBHD's physics and effects just won't do.




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