Fallout Vault 7

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Single Player First Person Shooter Maps and Mods for Half Life 1, 2 and 3
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  1. MattyDienhoff

    Okay I played this one through. As far as I can tell this is a follow up to Fallout Area 21, contiuning on where you get stunsticked and the screen blacks out. You start imprisoned in the cargo area of some kind of vehicle, my first instincts were it was a train because of the way it shaked around, but it turns out to be some kind of Combine transport aircraft. (that’s new!) Anyway, the plane crashes for unknown reasons, killing one of the two-man crew, you escape and pick up a crowbar and the dead pilots SMG, and kill the remaning pilot who is being attacked by headcrabs. You then pass through a number of sandy caves until you come to an entrance to a hidden underground lab of some kind, Vault 7. This lab reminded me of Black Mesa to some extent, and also some parts of System Shock 2. It’s infested with, you guessed it, zombies. Luckily this isn’t TOO overdone, and I never tire of shotgunning zombies in the… well, headcrab. Moving on, the lab seems to have been researching headcrabs, and somehow these headcrabs all got loose and turned on their tormentors, since the only enemies you come across in the lab are headcrabs and the humans they’ve possessed. The level design is fairly interesting, most of the furniture is actually custom made and looks like futuristic-lab furniture. The lab has laboratories, living quarters and cargo areas, supplies are often found in interesting custom made supply cabinets, which you must bust padlocks off of to open. There are also a couple of custom items — some dynamite and a security card namely, the former you can use to blow a door open. The gameplay is fairly simple and a bit too easy, since you only face zombies and headcrabs which are pretty much the least dangerous foes, the fact that there are few fast or poison zombies compounds the lack of difficulty. A fairly quick play through of a level, but the level design is quite interesting and I found it enjoyable to play jsut for the atmosphere.

    Conclusion, good level design, nice atmosphere, but it’s a bit too easy.
    Good effort, 7/10

  2. Play It Now!

    This one is way better according gameplay, design and puzzle perhaps a little to easy like Matty told but I without no doubt recommand to

  3. 2muchvideogames

    they were really generous with the ammo here

  4. Play It Now!

    ya know IMO for an old map this isn’t half bad. yea its bland and you can pretty much get thru it just bashing heads with the crow bar. but again for a short play I kinda liked it.
    With todays more polished maps/mods this was like playing an old Nintendo game as opposed to Wii

    Not that they really go together in any fashion but you might want to play “fallout” first, both are on the FileFront Direct page above under “broken link”

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