Steam Server Browser support?

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Byte Me

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Moe_Rahn
The original Sin (available to Episode 1 pre-orders) ran on the Quake 2 engine, and is visible on the Steam server browser.
Well Half-life is based off the quake 2 engine (which is the quake 1 engine, but whatever) and since steam was first built for Half-life games, its seems only valve made games (and mods for those games) use steam's server browser.
 

Byte Me

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gonzman
Half-Life engine was built from a very very highly modified Quake 1 engine.
Uhh... kinda random, I already stated this and you didn't add anything to the discussion. Anyway, there was some thread about how TW only agreed to use steam to distribute, update, and authenticate ROOST. They chose to stick with whatever servers the RO mod uses for server browsing.
 

Hyperion2010

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I figure that Ramm will add it when he has time (or some other coder will add it when TWI aquires him....).