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I made a crapton of SHAR mods and modding since 2020. Started working on SMHR just to completely burn out on SHAR modding in general haha.

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Easily import, export, edit and create map data for The Simpsons: Hit & Run using Blender 2.80+.

Road editing tools showing some roads outside the Simpson's house.
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Latest version (1 year ago)
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Third best thing after a new Sam and Max game - Sam & Max: Hit & Run! Freelance police finally get to freely drive to anywhere and over anything.

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Archipelago is a "Tropical" Mod Jam #2 submission featuring a custom map, custom car and several missions. While finishing the map and making the custom car I decided to ask my friends for help with missions. Results may shock you.

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SHAR: Mod Resources Released

SHAR Old Expressions Exporter and Custom Iris Wipes

Posted on (2 years ago)

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SHAR: Mod Showcase Contest Submissions

Archipelago (Mod Jam #2 Submission)

Posted on (2 years ago)

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SHAR: Mod Showcase Released

Top Down Mode

Posted on (2 years ago)

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SHAR: Mod Resources Released

Lucas' Pure3D Editor Model XML Format Blender Add-on but I tweaked it to work with blender 2.9+ (now also supports 3.2.2+)

Posted on (2 years ago)

Thanks for pointing that out. I edited the link which now leads to a 3.2.2+ compatible version

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SHAR: Mod Resources Released

Blender 2.8X/2.79: Pure3DXML skeleton converter

Posted on (4 years ago)

I don't have scarface to test this on, nor do I have plans to mod that game anyway. Feel free to adjust the source code of my tool to work for that game if you want (replacing chunk identifiers should work just fine, my tool isn't hard tied to joint names)

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The Simpsons: Hit & Run Released

P3D Colour Key

Posted on (3 years ago)

This could be very useful for current "1920's" mod jam. I hope no one would mind me bumping this thread for the occasion

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