Vote for the next Classic of the Month! I picked a handful of mods from previous votes that did well but didn’t win. So just check off your vote below, and if there’s one you want to see in future months, leave me a comment with a suggestion!
Poll closes in a week on May 11th.
What do you want to see for the May Classic of the Month?
- Big Lolly by Cayle George (4%, 2 Votes)
- Deeper Down by Jim Partridge (52%, 29 Votes)
- Half-Life: The Infected by Neclipse (11%, 6 Votes)
- Uplinked by Ub-Oh (16%, 9 Votes)
- Timeline 2: Iced Earth by Ross Smith (18%, 10 Votes)
Total Voters: 56
I totally missed this is how you get to vote for the classic of the month. I thought we had to email in. Sorry about that. But my classic of the month suggestion is I think a good one. Lots of months left.
Yep, this is where to vote.
By the way, Arctic Incident was already a Classic of the Month, some 5 years back!
I’d definitely recommend Residual Life as a Classic of the Month, especially considering the newest (and final) version was recently uploaded here. Might have to set aside a whole day for that one though! It’s REALLY long.
If I remember right Residual Life was fantastic to start but went a little bonkers towards the end.
Yeah, I’m not sure I’d recommend either Residual Life or Residual Point myself. The initial levels were indeed good, if a bit generic, but it begins to become a real slog somewhere after the middle section. The new monsters (were there also any new weapons? It’s been some time since I’ve played it…) also felt unnecessary and out of place.
Even though by now it is obvious that the winner is going to be Deeper Down, I’d love to see Timeline 2 being featured as a Classic of the Month sometime soon. After all, you’ve already covered the first one, and I think many would agree that Timeline 2 is the best entry in the trilogy. Not only that, but the series in general seems to be sadly forgotten, especially when compared to other classics such as They Hunger or Poke646. It really deserves some more attention.
I’d also suggest Field Intensity to be included in the next vote; while it’s true that it was only just released this year, its quality is so outstanding that it deserves to already be considered a classic.