One of the worst 'plays' I've ever seen, roleplaying excellence, and more.15 May 2018 by Craig Pearson
A disclaimer: this is about a mod, not an official game mode. It's fan-made. It's not a thing we've made, nor an announcement. It's just a cool bit of art. And so...
The header is the logo for the Zombie Mod server, which you'll be surprised to hear introduces puppies and kittens to the - no, wait. That's just my shopping list. It's about zombies, and killing them. Here's their trailer.
As someone currently looking into modded community servers for future blogs, good luck!
I watched LittleB's "Raiding My Own Home" video largely because of the title. It seemed like the confession of a clumsy player, which is still rare in the Rust community. I wasn't disappointed.
I don't want to list what happens, but he wakes up to a raided base and then tries to rectify the issue. What follows is... well, not what you'd call a 'sick play'. The boat section is amazing.
It's all done with a lovely sense of self-deprecating humour, so I immediately subscribed.
Raid cams have become a dying art in Rust. It's not surprising, as they require a lot of work AND admin cam access. Luckily Rizza Gaming is still around. This raid starts off slow, because there's no-one in the base that's being attacked, but there's a plot twist that makes it more interesting.
Good work. Keep them coming!
Think you're working on something awesome? Tell me all about it. Share your base designs, show off a game-mode from your server, or have you done a cool thing with boats?
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