Posts by John Wagenleitner:
The 30+ clan is much larger than what you see here. We are a part of a larger organization of teams playing different games. Each team has its own Captain. The Captain chooses several officers to help run the team. Treasurer, Server Admin, Webmaster, that sort of thing. All team members are bound to follow the 30+ Charter. This is a set of guidelines to adhere to while being a member of 30+. You can find the link to the Charter and the main 30+ website in the above menu.
30+ game servers are a place where adults over 30 can game together without any swearing, racisms, sexism, or trash talk. That doesn’t mean you can’t play on our server if you’re under 30. Everyone is welcome. It just means that if you want to join the Clan, you must be at least 29 ½.
Our members have access to the member’s only sections of our website where they can have their own bios page, Wiki’s or Blogs, private or otherwise. As members you have guaranteed access to our servers with an Rcon password. You hang around with other members and close friends of the clan on TeamSpeak3, chatting and laughing it up. You can submit your own map cycles to be put into rotation, and take part in other 30+ events like shooting contests, 3 vs 3, or scrimming against other clans. You also get your own team email account. The biggest bonus is the camaraderie and hours of fun with a good group of people. Fun and good sportsmanship are our motto.
Cheaters beware! We have a zero tolerance towards cheaters.
URT 30+ exists for the purpose of entertainment and friendship. Regardless of the Team or the game being played, we strive to present a mature attitude toward our playing, as far as being fair minded and good sports are concerned. We play for the sheer enjoyment of playing.
Anyone playing on our servers should be aware of our rules. By entering the server, you are agreeing to follow our rules. If you break the rules, you will be warned and then kicked or permanently banned.
The server is paid for by our members and as such, in the case of a full server, we will kick to make room for a member. However, we do have some reserved slots for members, and this rarely occurs.
- No swearing, sexist, racist, or offensive comments are allowed. That includes names, tags, or logos.
- No intentional Team Killing. Friendly Fire is on.
- No Spawn Camping or throwing grenades into the respawn.
- No Trash Talking or Trolling.
- Always Autojoin, meaning, don’t join a team because your friend is on it or because it’s winning.
- Don’t change teams to balance things out. The 30+ Admins will manage the server. We quite often will force players to the other team at the half way point of the map in order to balance the teams. This usually makes for an exciting finish.
No password needed. Please add your URT in-game nickname.
For those of you not familiar with TeamSpeak 3.
TeamSpeak is a gaming communications software allowing you live voice communication with other players in the game. Get in the action with live communications. Hear your opponent go down, and warn your teammates of incoming fire. All you need is a microphone. Headsets are the preferred method of choice.
You can download the free client here http://www.instantteamspeak.com//teamspeak-download.php
Create a new Bookmark and add ts3urt30.ts.nfoservers.com to the Address field. Enter your in-game handle to the Nickname field.
We at 30+ have some rules that we ask you to follow when gaming on our servers or speaking on our TeamSpeak channel. We’ve added the channel for you to improve your gaming experience by having a place to gather with your friends while playing urban terror. We do have some basic rules we wish you to follow. These are the same rules you must follow while playing URT on our server.
- No swearing, in any language
- No trash talking
- No racist or sexist remarks
- No cheating
- No offensive nicknames
Please report anyone who is breaking the rules to urt30plus[at]gmail.com
Breaking the rules means you are subject to getting banned. Just have fun!
Please use Push-To-Talk to activate your mic
Go to Settings/Options and click on Capture. Select Push-To-Talk and click on the button to select your hotkey. Simply Push-To-Talk with the key of your choice. This is so that you do not have your microphone open at all times, otherwise everyone else will be hearing the feedback from your speakers, and everything else that is going on in your house. Once you get used to using the hotkey, it becomes second nature.
Thanks for gaming with 30+
Good Luck & Have Fun
Urban Terror – The game!
I can quote from the official URT site http://www.urbanterror.info that Urban Terror is a free online multiplayer first person Hollywood tactical shooter, but that wouldn’t really give you a feel for the game, so let me expand on that and introduce you to the experience.
Before I do that, let me tell you what it isn’t. It isn’t like any other first person shooter I’ve played. While some of the online multiplayer games like Battlefield 3, Crysis 2, Call of Duty Modern warfare 3, and Left For Dead, just to mention a few, have the most amazing graphics, they don’t come close to the gameplay you will experience in Urban Terror.
Gameplay meaning the way you interact with your player. The players ability to quickly get into action and move around the maps.
Player models can jump,
climb up ladders,
They can also jump to, and grab ledges, and pull themselves up.
They can sprint, and jump into a powerslide, strafing at the same time.
Urban Terror has a large selection of weapons to choose from, and you don’t have to pay for them. You have access to whatever you are able to carry. This means you can only choose so many at a time. For instance, you may prefer to wear a helmet, carry a primary weapon, a sidearm, a medpack and some HE nades. Now, that would be about the limit of what you can select, at a time. Let’s say you decided to choose a secondary weapon. Then you would have to give up the medpack, for example. Or if you choose a silencer, you may have to hand in your nades. But the nice thing is you can pick up weapons and objects that other players drop when they die. But watch out, they may be out of ammo, and sometimes…they go Boom!
These are just a few of the things that make this game work so well. The way you can interact and become a part of the experience so quickly. You’re in the action from the moment you connect, and after you die, you get to take a quick guzz of whatever your pleasure is while you respawn in a matter of seconds. Don’t get caught with a handful of chips when you respawn though, cuz you’ll be right back in the action when you do.
Here is an in depth look at the weapons in Urban Terror Urban Terror Weapons
Urban Terror – The Experience
I’m creeping along the rooftops. The sounds of sporadic gunfire permeate the air. Someone has a bead on me. Rounds are whizzing passed my ear. I pop my head up for a half second. A flash of light and a movement. I see him across the street firing from a window.
I continue on my way as though I didn’t see him. Then I go into a crouch and go back the way I came. I take cover behind a chimney stack, pop up, zoom the scope on my G36, and open fire on the window. He still thinks I’m moving in the other direction. Too bad for him. My Heads Up Display tells me I scored the kill with two hits. His body flops back out of sight.
Cries come over the radio, “The base is being overrun!”
I turn back and dash across the roofs, pulling the pin from my grenade. I’m counting the seconds before making the toss, praying my timing is right and the nade doesn’t explode in my hand. I throw it at the two enemy troops advancing on our flag.
“Twofer!” I yell over TeamsSpeak. “Got em both.”
“Area secured,” I send over the com. “I’m going for the flag!”
I jumped down to the street and sprint down the road, jumping, gaining momentum. I hit my crouch button and go into a power-slide, strafing to the right. I get another kill, but a round pings off my helmet, knocking my health down to almost nothing.
One of the enemy throws smoke in front of his own flag area.
“I need a Medic!” I cry out over the com, taking cover behind a fence.
One of my guys jumps to help me out. He hits his medic bind. I stay focused on the smoke, covering us. I hear the tell tale sign of bandaging. My health meter starts to climb. Then I’m hit again from out of the smoke. He must be wearing infrared goggles. I return fire where I saw the muzzle flash and score a lucky hit. My medic finishes the job and we quickly move into the adjacent yard.
I check my HUD and see that my team is all moving in. We have them pinned. We’re going for the flag.