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Old 03-01-20, 21:00   #1
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Default Is there a chocolate bar mod?

Since the Russian Version of AOD changed the Chocolate bar to a red design due to a sponership deal, is there by any of a chance a mod for the Russian Chocolate bar for other versions?

Would spice up the replays a bit.
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Old 03-01-20, 21:27   #2
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What? That’s news to me! o.O Could you elaborate? What sponsorship? A pic would’ve helped.

AoD, the game of mysterious secrets. We still learn things about it, even in 2020... >.<
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Old 03-01-20, 21:57   #3
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What? That’s news to me! o.O Could you elaborate? What sponsorship? A pic would’ve helped.

AoD, the game of mysterious secrets. We still learn things about it, even in 2020... >.<
Can't find it at the moment.

I think it was the russian version, I just know some version of AOD (Saw on an old fourm post that I cannot find at the moment) replaced the Chocolate bar with a red one (texture-wise) that apparently resembles a popular chocolate bar in the country. (So I presume some sort of sponership.)

I'll keep looking and see if I can find it.

EDIT: https://www.tombraiderforums.com/sho...d.php?t=213624 found it.
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I watched the video posted by Zsott. Interesting.

So Core Design/Eidos Interactive were sponsored by Nestle! ďAoD was a financial failure!Ē ~ yeah, right...
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They teamed up with Nestle in 2001.
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They teamed up with Nestle in 2001.
Thanks for the valuable info, Master Penguin....

PS: I just noticed. The Christmas Eve smileys are gone... :/ Please make it an option!
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Can we somehow obtain the Russian version’s textures? That’d be a good start for the mod, I guess?
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What? Thatís news to me! o.O Could you elaborate? What sponsorship? A pic wouldíve helped.

AoD, the game of mysterious secrets. We still learn things about it, even in 2020... >.<
Even as we're in the 3rd & last round into this period!!
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