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Mods for Call of Duty 4.

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  1. OpenWarfare Source Code

    OpenWarfare is a multi-purpose open source mod for the Call of Duty series. The project started on May 7th, 2008 and quickly grew to become one of the leading mods for the Call of Duty series. The mod supports new gameplay features to make the game more fun as well as league competition features like ready-up, strategy time, checksums, variable changes detection, rulesets, etc. Features in the OpenWarfare mod are not forced at all and can be enabled/disabled based on what the server owners like.
     
    This is the latest source code of the mod, at revision 2483, last update was done on 19 June 2011.
     
    You can compile any parts of the mod by just executing the file makeMod.bat (a menu will guide you through the process).

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  2. Promod LIVE

    Promod
     
    Promod is game modification for Call of Duty promoting the competitive side of the game. By covering all aspects of thegame it makes it a enjoyable experience for anyone, with functions for anything from practice and public fun to competitive matchplay and shoutcaster functions. Online or not, our philosophy is to satisfy both those playing and watching the game as a spectator.
     
    The standard
     
    Promod have grown to be the undisputable standard for Call of Duty 4 worldwide, used on over 4000 online servers and on every LAN event held the past years. That have provided a steady balanced and unified ground for all the players to play on, no matter what.
     
    History
     
    The Promod project started soon after the scenes finally being mature for a unified ruleset. A ruleset that would mean things like cooked nades being removed and weapons being balanced. That, amongst many other improvements, all to boost the competive side of Call of Duty 4. We can today without any doubt see that the actions taken have positively matured the scene to what it is today. Like any other success story the road haven’t been without any bumps. Quite the opposite actually. As visions clash and people goes seperate ways we have also seen alot of changes within and around the Promod team. From its creator Raf1 to Carlisle and Juszn, and the later reinforcement of Trivve.
     
    The team
     
    We are a tightknit team of good friends that have been working together the past years. It’s our strenght and pride!
     
    Manager: Abhi.
    Development: Trivve and Ingram.
    Concept: Abhi, Trivve and Ingram together with Vita Nova.
     
    What's the difference between the EU and NE version of Promod?
     
    The NE version of Promod has rate and cl_maxpackets settings unlocked and radar does not display enemy indicators while shooting. NE stands for Non-Europe.

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  3. OpenWarfare

    OpenWarfare is a multi-purpose open source mod for the Call of Duty series. The project started on May 7th, 2008 and quickly grew to become one of the leading mods for the Call of Duty series. The mod supports new gameplay features to make the game more fun as well as league competition features like ready-up, strategy time, checksums, variable changes detection, rulesets, etc. Features in the OpenWarfare mod are not forced at all and can be enabled/disabled based on what the server owners like.
     
    Read more at http://openwarfaremod.com

    4688 downloads

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  4. Manu Admin Mod

    The Manu-Admin-Mod is a convenient way to administrate your Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 4 and Call of Duty: World at War game servers. With it you can run all the important functions directly in the game through the chat, rather than through rcon. Important admin commands are available (such as kicking, banning, map change), as well as commands that can help benefit all of the players on your server.
     
    The bot has other functions, it can automatically kick teamkillers, ban weapons (such as martyrdom and grenade launchers, or anything else that you might want to ban), generate a random mapcycle to keep a good mix, or just send simple chat messages. In addition to this, the mod can be extended easily with plugins.
     
    Because this is not a normal mod, the server can stay ranked. It is not a game mod, but is a surveillance program, responding to the server using the gameserver logs, reading from the log lines, processing and reacting to events via rcon.
     
    The mod features a stats system. Using the !stats command, you can see your Kills, Deaths, K/D ratio, and even more in game. The stats are not deleted after a round, they are saved forever, which is a big bonus for using the mod.
     
    License Terms:
    This software is released under the license CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.
    Additional permissions can be granted individually on request.
    This product includes GeoLite2 data created by MaxMind.
     
    Installation Requirements:
    Operating System: Linux, Unix or Windows
    PHP Hypertext Preprocessor: Version 5.4.0 or higher
    PHP-Extensions: pdo_mysql, pdo_sqlite, sockets, mbstring

    Permissions for execution and installation of software are required.
    Additionally, access to the RCON interface and logfiles is required.
     
    Visit manuadminmod.de to find detailed documentation.

    3125 downloads

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