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The Wahttehhog Organization

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Wahttehhog Newsletter - October 05

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Issue 5

Prior issues can be republicized upon request.

22 Comments:

  • What's the best BIOS to install on a modded Xbox?? I'm thinking the EvoX BIOS, isn't that what you have, Jon?

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 5:32 PM  

  • I have heard EvoX is the best.

    By Blogger -=WTH=-Mod Clay, at 5:05 PM  

  • Of course it's the best, because it's illegal.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 9:41 PM  

  • one OF MY XBOXES HAS ExECUTER the other evox they might be the same company but evox works better also the new xboxes have been made to withstand larger amounts of hacking its basicly microsofts tank against hackers I realy reckamend finding somebody whos torn the xbox apart before you also need to connect your xbox to the internet to download executer/evox.as said before even a roxxor hacker like you may have a problem or two so my dads got friends who put you to shame (no offence)they'll do it fast and right cause trust me an xbox may be tough but when it breaks it breaks. the price is bout 90-80 $ no prob for you with that biusness though. if you do it yourself be careful.!remember!the if you do it yourself you wnt an xtra hard drive in the event yours dies in the process.

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 9:06 AM  

  • and you need to clean the inside every 5 months with a soft object thats NOT wet

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 9:09 AM  

  • Sweet thanks for the info Jon. Yeah I knew the part about the hard drive and connecting the box to my computer to install EvoX. I'll seriously consider having you guys do it.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 9:05 AM  

  • always happy to help

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 2:27 PM  

  • The day is: 11/5/05. The time is 11:33 PM. I am really tired.

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 11:33 PM  

  • yo matt you think sometime you can help me learn to use a computer.

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 5:38 AM  

  • After waiting for eleven days, I finally have my computer back!

    Teach Jon how to type to while your at it, Matt. By the way, Ryan, 11:33 isn't that late.

    By Blogger Wahttehhog Pete, at 3:11 PM  

  • Me and pete had a skype conversaiton at 2 in the morning.

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 3:17 PM  

  • long time ago

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 3:17 PM  

  • It's late if you'd been up since 3 the previous night.

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 4:13 PM  

  • What do you want to learn, Jon? Besides the same old n00b stuff like patching files and pretending to be all haxX0r and stuff.

    By the way, the Pre-Engineering Academy has officially started for me. It's going to be teh r0xX0rneSs.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 6:11 PM  

  • He wants to learn how to program games. Post apocolyptic GTA: Massachusetts

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 7:29 PM  

  • Program GAMES???

    You realize that games are programmed by the best of the best programmers and designers out there. There are better programmers working for id Software than Microsoft.

    Programming games is a very linear (and tedious) process. I have created simple independent 2D shoot 'em ups (you know, like the side-scrollers), which are like the basics of game design and programming. The thing you should look into for starters is modding game structures that are already in place, like Half-life, and get a feel for what all the basic terms and knowledges are in the designing aspect of games. Once you understand the structural 'graphics' in a game and how they are 'textured' and 'rendered' and tons of stuff like that, then you can check out the core code, which is what makes use of all the 'game data' files. The physics of the game and how all the 'graphics' correspond with each other is all in the code. Learn C++. It's a good language used widely in many programs. Very helpful when it comes to reverse engineering and cracking software/games.

    Sometime I'll begin teach you what I know. But I'm telling you, it would take many years for me to explain what it's all about.

    Start by getting a copy of Halo for PC, and check out all the sites that are out there for modding Halo. Get HaloCE as well, since it basicly is an open-source version of HaloPC, allowing users to mod maps more easily and efficiently. There are some great tools out there for extracting the data in the Halo game. Once you're comfortable with modding games on computers, start modding the consoles. To tell you the truth, modding console games is quite like modding on the PC.

    Yeah, so check it out, you might like it, and the great thing is, then you can have all the ub3r-m1cr0 h4xX0r skills th4t pAy teh bills.

    Geeks are 133t. You can be too.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 9:18 PM  

  • The idea is to make a GTA style game about a post-apocolyptic Massachusetts.

    By Blogger Marquis de Suave, at 9:54 PM  

  • hey u liked the idea at first

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 6:13 AM  

  • and its not a rock solid idea yet.

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 6:13 AM  

  • Oh I thought Jon was wanting to learn how to make a stand-alone game...

    Are you trying to mod GTA? Or are you trying to program a GTA-styled independent game? Modding GTA would be kinda cool because then it's still GTA, and will still feel like Grand Theft Auto. We could just model some new maps could pertain the terrain and look of Massachusetts.

    By Blogger Reyals Bemus, at 5:28 PM  

  • and you will be helping me to learn how to do this right

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 4:56 AM  

  • my dads seeing if he has a book on c++ he needed it in the begining of his job to learnhow to do it. he is also asking his friend if he is still moding. right now I am typing not using chicken peck.

    By Blogger [wthg}jondrunken master, at 8:10 PM  

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