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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Free Moviestorm content

In addition to the packs in the Marketplace, there are loads of mods available from other Moviestorm users. All the ones we found are free, so when you subscribe, you’ll get to use all these too.  There’s no central repository for mods yet, but here are some places to look.

  • Machinimods.com has a big collection of mods, covering sets, costumes and more. Set the platform filter to Moviestorm to find them. There’s also a handy index in the Moviestorm modder’s forum.
  • Stormcraft has another large collection of mods, including shops and vehicles.
  • The Moviestorm wiki has links to some individual modders and their mods.
  • The modders’ forum is a great way to find out what’s new, and who’s building what.
  • 3dTree 3BS - tree’s blog

Mods are not supported by Moviestorm. Not all mods will work on all versions of Moviestorm.

Here’s a small sample of what’s out there.  Some of the image quality’s not great - that’s down to the individual sites.


Egyptian Collection by pak1234, at Machinimods.


Castle by pak1234, at Machinimods.


Robot Head by reacher, at Machinimods.


Church interior by marvellousguppimovies, at Machinimods.


Horses, by daveek, at Machinimods.


Guns, by kunleski, at StormCraft.


Vehicles, by tree, at StormCraft.


Spaceships, by reptor, at StormCraft.


Religious items, by alonzo11208, listed in the modder’s forum.

Have a look round, grab yourself some freebies, and let us know if you find any other sources of Moviestorm mods!

 

(1) Comments | Permalink | Posted by Matt Kelland

James Anderson on 03/26 at 04:21 AM

Good work about Moviestorm News. Every image that are you posted here is so much good looking. Thanks!



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