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Day of Defeat needs bots to make a single player game and that requires lots of support files and tutorials. Sturmbot.org covers that.
Day of Defeat: Source is now the same. To keep it going you need a bot and we have that now thanks to RCBot2. For the rest of the game it really would be a pity if the files here to support the rest of the custom content... got deleted.
Most of the content here is nowhere else.
Who runs dodbits.com?
Only one person a fellow gamer.
INsane - a Brisbane Australia based player. I started this to store the content I was making for Day of Defeat and Day of Defeat: Source for HUD's, mapping and general custom game files.
I have limited resources and the two sites have always taken $100 - $400 per year to keep here.
I can no longer afford that... I am near retirement age with an Autistic adult son.Hstory
When you make some content you get requests from others how you did it, so I started writing that down for others.
dodbits.com started in late 2005 I think it is fair to say its now one of the oldest Day of Defeat sites left.
By 2006 (see this internet archive snapshot) I had quite a few items and have added to that over the years.
I now have quite a collection for the two dod versions and CS:S on a range of topics.
Thanks for visiting dodbits.com!