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    XyZspineZyX
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    what is SDK?




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    XyZspineZyX
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    what is SDK?




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    SDK stands for Software Dev Kit that allows people to create modified (mod) versions of games. Games such as Day of Defeat or the Desert Combat mod for Battlefield are made using an SDK. Hope this helps.

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    Technically, BF1942 doesn't have a SDK, so DC wasn't made with a SDK.

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    OUCH!!!! ... our collective nuts

    Welcome to our world Casey



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    XyZspineZyX
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    You are correct. I was more using it as an allusion to what an SDK can do. It is used for modifying the game.

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    Yea but SDK goes beyond than just adding new models to the game, SDK gives modders access to some of the source code of the game to an extend where we can totally change the gameplay, interface, controls, AI and even add new systems(ie: buying system).

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    I'm not going to split hairs here. I think the person who asked this question just wanted a general idea of what an SDK is and what it can do.

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    and MurDoc just answered that question.

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    Yes, Cookie, but please note my use of the word "modifying" in my post. According to Merriam-Webster:

    modify

    \Mod"i*fy\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Modified; p. pr. & vb. n. Modifying.] [F. modifier, L. modificare, modificari; modus limit + -ficare (in comp.) to make. See Mode, and -fy.] 1. To change somewhat the form or qualities of; to alter somewhat; as, to modify a contrivance adapted to some mechanical purpose; to modify the terms of a contract.

    2. To limit or reduce in extent or degree; to moderate; to qualify; to lower.

    Does an SDK not allow someone to "modify" the game? Murdoc simply listed ways in which the game can be "modified."

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