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My mod versioning convention: Major.Minor.Patch  (for example, 1.3.2)

- Changing the patch (1.3.2 -> 1.3.3): Usually means a small update of some bugfixes or smaller changes. Updating a saved game is usually straightforward.

- Changing the minor (1.3.2 -> 1.4.0): I usually increment the minor when I've added new content to the mod. Updating a saved game is still usually straightforward, but make sure to at least read the announcement post - there might be a few extra steps needed.

- Changing the major (1.3.2 -> 2.0.0): This means a major rework or a major new addition to the mod, or when the mod has a new requirement. Definitely check out what I say about it in the announcement post about updating saved games, it may not be trivial.




"Video games tend to be preferred over movies and other media because of a continuously changing variable - the player. The fact that your input, which is entirely your own, can influence things like the story, the characters, the game mechanics, how a level is played through, is what makes video games unique.

Modding takes this interaction to the next level. The fact, that you can even decide how you want the game to appear and run, and can customize this to its very core, to just how exactly you want it to be, is such a new degree of freedom that is simply magical."



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