The PC Gamer portal noted that for the PC version of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion has released a modification of Nickies' Pizzablivion, which allows it to order real pizza without leaving the fantasy role-playing game from Bethesda.
After Nickies' Pizzablivion has been installed, a character named Pizza Black will appear on the outskirts of the Waye settlement west of the Imperial city and will be interviewed by an option to order pizza.
By making a choice, the user will give the system a command to send the order to the Domino's Pizza restaurant at the gamer's address. The standard order includes:
- 30 centimetre pizza on a thin test; 8 garlic grissin.
If you want and have the knowledge of Domino's programming and product code, you can change the composition of the order. Whether fashion works outside the U.S., the author in Nickies does not specify.
The Pizzablivion installation requires the Oblivion Script Extender, the OBSE Plugin Network Pipe plagine for it and the Magicjarvis fork for the ggrammar PizzaPi module. The process is accompanied by detailed instructions.
Nickies warns that in order to work Pizzablivion correctly, the user needs to enter his address and bank card data in the file .py. Modder recommends doing this for his own fear and risk. There's no connection to Domino Žs Pizza enthusiast.
It is worth noting that this is not the first time that pizza has been ordered directly from the game; in 2005, the designers of Everquest 2 and Pizza Hut had a similar official action.