Zombie Clean Up

for Half-Life 2: Episode Two

Single Player First Person Shooter Maps and Mods for Half-Life 1, 2 and Episodes 1, 2 and 3

Author’s Notes: “The original goal of Zombie Cleanup was to create a Half-Life 2 level that uses the crossbow in a unique way.

The overall objective of the level is to kill your way through three waves of zombies using a new and improved version of the crossbow called the !fire crossbow”.
The design of the level is quite simple with four main areas: the starting alley, the rebel house, the two side alleys where the zombies come from, and the storage room.”

Basic Details
  • Title: Zombie Clean Up
  • File Name: hl2-ep2-sp-zombie-clean-up.7z
  • Size : 863KB
  • Author: K. J. Brennan
  • Date Released: 02 November 2010
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Slow and boring Manual Installation Instructions
  • Copy the ZombieCleanup.bsp file into your C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Half-Life 2\ep2\maps folder.
  • Launch Episode Two
  • Open the console and type map ZombieCleanup and press ENTER.
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Videos

The playthrough/walkthrough below is provided by PlanetPhillip. See more of my playthroughs on this site: VP: PlanetPhillip.

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6 recommendations, average score: 3.33 (out of 5), standard deviation: 0.22 (what's that?)
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Manually: 2 Users

Time Taken:
Average: 0 Hours, 13 Mins
Shortest: 0 Hours, 9 Mins by Unq
Longest: 0 Hours, 15 Mins by brianthesnail
Total Time Played: 1 Hours, 6 Mins
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Phillip says MaybePlay It LaterMaybe?Play It LaterMaybe?Maybe?

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6 Comments

  1. Phillip says Maybe

    This is really more of a gameplay mechanic demonstration than a fun playable level. Yes, you CAN play it but whether it’s fun is up to you.

    I found it quite boring.

    For me, the mechanic is not the reason but the level designed around it and that raises all sorts of interesting questions and points.

    No matter how cool or clever a mechanic is, if it’s not used in the best way it could fail.

    Anyway, give this a go if you like to play everything, but be warned, it will probably take less than 10 minutes and half of that you won’t even be playing.

    See if you can spot the Gman.

  2. Play It Later

    have you heard of “15 minutes of fame”.. well “zombie clean up” was “15 minutes of fun ”
    graphically this was actually quite nice with everything in its place … but i have to agree with phillip .. this had more of a “demo” feel to it …and theres nothing here thats not been seen before …. but aside that it fun to play and is a ideal tool to pratice your zombie ( and zombine ) killing skills ! … maybe run this map prior to playing “ravenholm” in hl2 !
    ive given it a play it later as it dosent deserve a maybe … i enjoyed it but theres nothing new of unique …. but well done to mr brennan ( ive just checked out your website ..some good stuff .. keep it up )

  3. Unq
    Maybe?

    As mentioned above, this feels more like a demo or proof-of-concept map than a real playable one. It introduces a nice twist on the crossbow, which sets enemies on fire when hit.

    It’s a clever change to the crossbow but overall this map is just made to show off that change and not to incorporate it in a useful way. It’s nice to play with but not really worth your time.

    First HL2 map review for me, I think.

  4. Play It Later

    I thought it was “OK” for what it intended to be, too short though. I’d say one to put on your list to play, sometime, just for the crossbow mechanic which is fun.

  5. Hec
    Maybe?

    To me this was a kind of: “shoot fish in a barrel” map, the main concept is the Crossbow that shoot incendiary ammo at zombies, and also red zombies that explode, this last thing a pretty cool concept.

    But overall I think that’s all, it felt quite like a very passive defensive map without nothing much else to do.

    I also think the developer wanted to try this explosive concept and use this map as a tryout, is quite fun, but for a very little time, and if you’re not that patient you may find it boring, so it’s up to you to try it.

  6. Maybe?

    A boring 10 minute waster.

    The idea behind it is that you’re supposed to defend the rebel leader by the incoming hordes of zombies. You’re only weapon is a crowbar, but with a small different touch. It burns the zombies instead of killing them.

    The problem with it is that it gets really boring. I didn’t even find the different mechanics any interesting.

    Overall, if you want to kill zombies, then this is for you.

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