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  1. Hi there! I've been trying to make a script for vehicle engine starter. My idea is, that player would have to hold down a key for 2 seconds and then the engine would start. Is there anybody that can help me with this please?
  2. We recently had coverage on RockPaperShotgun about San Andreas multiplayer mods. It covers both MTA and SA-MP, but is interesting nonetheless. It may be two Grand Theft Auto generations and 11 years old, but GTA: San Andreas is still very much alive. Its two most popular online multiplayer mods currently have a million or more active players between them — one, Multi Theft Auto, had 616,000 players in July (up from just 33k in February 2010), while the other, SA-MP, oscillates between about 15,000 and 50,000 concurrent players. I went to talk to members of both mod communities to find out what keeps them playing... You can read the full article here: https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2016/09/15/why-a-million-people-still-play-multiplayer-grand-theft-auto-san-andreas-every-month/ A big thanks to Richard Moss for taking the time out to cover us. You can find more of his portfolio here. If you're a member of RockPaperShotgun's comments section, we encourage you guys to post comments on the article about your MTA experiences!