The Mod Zone
Here are some mods I've made of varying ages for various games. You may need a program such as 7-Zip (Windows) or The Unarchiver (MacOS) to open these compressed archives. Instructions on how to install mods per game can be found... somewhere out there. It's usually some folder in the game data or user files.
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Old random mod collection (2009-2012)
A set of 5 small mods that make various tweaks and overpowered items show up, including:
- Pants that allow running really really really fast to account for characters who can't wear shoes
- Boosting storage sizes of random containers that may be located in certain buildings the player can attempt to "live" in
- A "banhammer" that's modified to be appropriately overpowered to "ban" anything the player hits
- A poor attempt at making a crossbow into a machine gun
- Allowing a "creepy" merchant to buy a lot more things off of the player
Fallout: New Vegas
The very early beginning of a "Robo Luv Shack" (2012)
Think like that one quest where you find "workers" for a casino, but there's no NPCs, not even a shack. Just part of a room, maybe. Not even anything remotely dirty except all the general default textures being all post-apocalyptic and grungy. There may be some brief attempt at lore in the computer if it even exists.
Old map collection (2011)
A set of 5 experimental old maps from attempts to figure out Hammer, as well as the world portal feature in Portal 2. They definitely look like test maps, and have random things hiding around them.
The Sims 4
"Flirty" to "Horny" text replacer (2020)
Changes strings in the base game to better represent a certain mood. Does not add nudity, animation, or explicit text, it's just a text replacer for instances of one word.
Scaled skins (2020)
Adds a reptilian touch to Sims in search of some scales. Comes in a few colors.
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