'Out of Hell' UT2004 mod finally released after nearly 7 years

"Out of Hell, the much anticipated zombie survival mod for Unreal Tournament 2004 is finally finished"

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‘Out of Hell’ UT2004 mod finally released after nearly 7 years
outta hellWell this mod is certainly well overdue, but as they say, good things come to those who wait, and if you’re a fan of horror/survival games the saying is definitely true in this case.
Out Of Hell is both a standalone game and total conversion for Unreal Tournament 2004. It is a horror-themed first-person adventure that takes place within Grinwood, an industrial town devastated by a zombie plague.
Players will assume the role of Donovan Ling, a police officer sent from a neighbouring city to investigate a garbled transmission from Grinwood. You must traverse a variety of areas while staying alive long enough to uncover the truth behind the mysterious zombie plague!
Out Of Hell has several interesting features that will surely appeal to horror-gaming fans everywhere! Out Of Hell has vast, beautifully detailed environments and a unique, immersive atmosphere accompanied by a haunting soundtrack. Players can look forward to exploring huge levels while choosing to avoid or bludgeon hordes of up to 30+ zombies! Those who are keen on back-story will be able to unravel clues hidden inside logs and files as they progress through the game!
- Bludgeon your way through 15+ grimy and blood-soaked maps using over 10 brutal weapons!
- Highly detailed and atmospheric environments, creepy locales, immersive ambient sound effects and a spine-tingling soundtrack.
- Uncover a deep and disturbing storyline as you make your way through the decimated town.
- 100% custom created content including textures, models, animations and more!
Out Of Hell began as a hobby project back in 2002/2003, eventually taking 6+ years to complete. It was solely developed by Long Nguyen, who worked on the visual assets such as textures, graphics and models, as well as other areas including animation, mapping, sound effects and coding.
In 2007, Justin Lassen, who is a professional musician with over 10 years experience in the film, music and game industries composed a haunting 27-song soundtrack exclusively for Out Of Hell.
If you want to have a go at saving Grinwood from the zombies, you can get Out of Hell from the official website here. Please remember though this is a total conversion mod so you will need to have Unreal Tournament 2004 installed to play it.
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31-10-2009, 21:10:49

I would verify that all four push pins are properly inserted and locked in place. It sounds to me like one may have let loose.

01-11-2009, 11:44:26


I would verify that all four push pins are properly inserted and locked in place. It sounds to me like one may have let loose.


01-11-2009, 12:25:46

how old is the e8400 chip? i had one of the first batches of the wolfdale cores and i had a fluncked sensor soo this could easily be your case. another way of testing is too buy another cpu cooler with screws instead of pins and see what the results are.

01-11-2009, 13:14:35

i had my mate over today and he brought his heatsink which has screws rather than the stock coolers push pins and it still produced high temps. Ive had my CPU for 6 months now so its pretty new. I have emailed dabs to see if they know what the problem is and if they dont i will send it back to Intel.

01-11-2009, 14:09:33

If you bought it from dabs 6 months ago then they have to sort the rma out dude, youll probs find that they will swap it for you.

01-11-2009, 16:08:02

yh i know thats what im hoping they will do

07-11-2009, 22:30:59

what voltage did you set for the cpu?

08-11-2009, 03:45:09

i have sent my CPU back to dabs and they will be sending me a replacement some time next week :)

08-11-2009, 19:19:11

just make sure you set the voltage by yourself

11-11-2009, 12:22:02

When you took the heat sync off was the TIM evenly spread?

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