OctavioPerez Posted May 26, 2014 Share Posted May 26, 2014 There are plenty of mods available already in the current game, allowing for larger inventory, new creatable items, new characters, alterations to things, and much more. That is basically the base for mods, since it has been so limited due to the fact that this game has been single player for so long. Now that we know DST is officially going to be released in the late summer, this leaves room for advancement in mods. Instead of modifying your screen with a Minimap HUD, or having a Smart Inventory Sorter, we can have mods for game modes. However the Multiplayer is accessed, whether it be via Don't Starve Launch Screen, Single Player, or DLC; it brings to thought the different game modes, or how DST will be in its entirety. Will it be a standard game with just 2+ players? Will it be a competition to last a certain number of days? A Resource Race? My point being, with the release of Multiplayer in DST, there will be no limit to the creative minds of us the players. Here are some of my theoretical Mods/Game modes:(Give Feedback, Discuss the topic, or even suggest your ideas too!) - 4 player Mashup4 separate islands, one player on each island. After a set number of days (maybe 10, 30, 60, etc.) there is an earthquake and the islands connect, allowing for free-for-all. -Food Fight1v1 Game mode where both players start off with 0 hunger, and the first one to fill their bellies win. -Resource RaceA 10, 15, or 30 day Game mode, where at the beginning of every day there is a different set number of resources you must collect, and deposit into a bin. Winner is awarded 1 point for every victory. -StandardBoth players spawn together, foraging items and surviving. -Find the MandrakeBoth players spawn separate from each other, and there is a wandering mandrake. First one to find and eat the mandrake wins. That's all I have for now,Thank you for reading,I hope to hear from you -Octavio Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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