30. June 2008 - 23:22 — Anonymous
Finally it's here; the long anticipated guide on How to put live server stats on your chalkboard MOTD
We would all like to thank our member lacop for putting the time into research on how to make the MOTD and also for writing the guide!
30. June 2008 - 16:05 — Anonymous
We are happy to announce that Specialattack has started our first server in America.
The server; 18.104.22.168:27015 SpecialAttack USA #1 [TF2 - All maps] http://www.SpecialAttack.net will run a test period of a couple of months, after which the SpA management will decide on whether to keep it or not.
We hope that the server will be a success and expand our community beyond Europe.
27. June 2008 - 21:20 — Anonymous
Another week passed by and yet again we have the honour to welcome new members to the SpA Team.
A big congratulations is in order to the following members:
21. June 2008 - 23:12 — Anonymous
It has been a week since last update and what an eventful week it has been.
17. June 2008 - 12:41 — demm
We've added ctf_turbine_v3
to our list of maps available through our SpA points system. We've also lowered our prices for this feature, so it will now cost you 30 points for a custom map and 20 points to set a standard map as the next map.
To read more about how the SpA points system works and see the full price list, visit our how-to
12. June 2008 - 16:18 — Anonymous
We are happy to announce that demm has made a quick guide as to how to make a chalkboard style message of the day for the ingame browser in Team Fortress 2. The guide will teach you how to make simple HTML pages with a background that seemlessly fades into the blackboard already at the front page. If the demand is high, we might also add a guide on how to put live server stats in the MOTD.
The new MOTD was started by demm, designed and coded by Spikespiegel and updated with live server stats by lacop.
9. June 2008 - 21:28 — Anonymous
We are happy to announce that Specialattack has launched it's new website. Through this, it will be easier for us to reach out to the community, aswell as it is easier for the community to keep informed with what is happening inside SpA.
The website is however only temporary until we finish the site that has been underway for two years now.
In the near future, we hope to get the website login linked with the forum useraccounts, so that people can login once, to log on both places. When that is done, the Spashop and banlist will be moved to the website.