Since i’m mostly active on the Steam forums, I would still like to give you access to my mods for Stranded Deep. They are mostly published on Nexusmods and your feedback is very appreciated.
They should work on either PC Windows version (sorry Linux fellas, i’m not sure UMM works on Linux).
InGame Map Mod for UMM
Quite basic map of the atoll, accessible with several options :
Custom Music Mod for UMM
Allows the user to play custom music instead of the original ones (mostly made for a contact in Steam who wanted the Jaws music for sharks)
How to install the UMM mods
Download and install Unity Mod Manager :
Install the hook on Stranded Deep, select the “Assembly” method.
Drag & drop the mods zip into UMM. You should see the dll inside a “Mods” directory in the Stranded Deep installation Folder.
If everything worked fine, you should see the mod appear at startup like this :
All-In One Tool for Stranded Deep
An external application which has several purposes
Map drawing : basically draws the world based on your savegame
World Randomizer : uses existing cartographer data and custom islands to generate a completely random world, with island density option
Mapmaking tool : makes the mapmaker’s life easier, or tries to ^^
More are to come every sometimes, whenever I have an idea or an inspiration.
I also have some custom islands done, but my mapmaker friends are the real MVPs on that matter, take a look at their work.
And for anyone interested, I wrote a full guide on how to mod with UMM for Stranded Deep :
Haven’t run into this one before but it does appear as though there is a window of 24 minutes from the initial post during which you can edit.
Do you have a lot more to add here?
I would suggest additional posts, though if need be I can insert some extra links to the OP for you as a one off (won’t be able to do that on demand though, would get messy eventually).
Actually, I was hoping to maintain an updated list of my mods in the same post, for readability and reference. It’s really a bummer we can’t do that… Would that be negotiable ? E.g. allow the users to update their post forever (like in Steam discussions) ?
That is really a handy tool. Thanks for creating it!
I am using Linux (different distros), so created a script that just have to be place in the same folder. Then execute it to prepare the prefix and execute the program. Everything related to this tool will stay in the same folder.