Exactly! Sadly there are no interrior shots of the pyramid It was opening and closing. It had a rotating sand-glass a miniature burial chamber, torches and other artifacts inside. You couldn't tell it's a pc for the first place. It was hard to notice any hardware. A brilliant home decoration. The guy who made it told us he made it for such a purpose of course.Umnir wrote: The pyramid was wicked and the tire one was nice too.
To summarize all... despite my selfish and egoist expectations its still good the be at least in the first 10 that were mentioned (better then nothing hehe). I think I know why people have no idea what BLOOD is... was. Dimebog is right.
If not for the spirit of the game then I guess my desings of the case were nothing extraordinary but not wrong. For example, the Doom 3: Project Mars City casemod was quite inspirational. But the Temple of Nod con tells us that it takes a rebellious modder to take the next step. That's "casecon". The whole modding thing goes that way. Why would anyone need a mod with the features of a regular case if you could do someting much better from the start. I like those. Surely I intentionally sticked to the square-ish desing because I couldn't loose the Blood themed features and stick to what the Build engine represents Right, right?