Another entry for a very old mapping competition. I am sure you will realize that this didn’t win!
You start off in a prison cell and things just get worse.
Can you survive the final test?
You find yourself in an alley that leads to a small trainstation.
From there you need to follow the clues and reach a specific point.
Be careful because your way is blocked at certain points and the use of the airboat is recommended, although not required.
I know a lot of people will say that that you should just review a mod on what you play but I don’t think that’s possible.
Research and Development was released last week and was made by one person in around 6 months. I honestly believe that makes the mod even more impressive.
26th July 2009 33 Comments
This was an entry inthe Source Modification Centre’s Mapping Competition 2.
It’s a very strange one and requires a little lateral thinking.
Veiw the screenshots before you commit yourself to downloading and playing.
As I was working earlier this week I got messaged by a modder (who is gonna release a very cool EP2 mod soon), asking me what I thought about a particular band’s music and including it in a mod.
It’s a great question because it’s been done hundreds of times before but it’s never really talked about.
Of course, technically it’s wrong but like lots of things in real life, it’s almost accepted.
18th July 2009 23 Comments
Research and Development is a puzzle-centric mod for Half-Life 2: Episode Two featuring an unarmed player but plenty of violent mayhem.
The player has NO weapons and there is no shooting at all. However that doesn’t mean you can’t kill things, but 95% of the mod is about solving the puzzles that are presented to you in a very natural way.
This is another entry from the Source Modification Centre’s Mapping Competition 4.
It seems that a portal transfer went wrong or at least not as exactly planned and you find yourself in an underground base.
Find your way around and see what you can discover.
Allow me to introduce three seemingly unrelated points and then try to bring them together.
Apparently that’s what clever writers do, so I thought I’d try it.
I once remember reading that snakes can only “see” you when you are moving.
16th July 2009 16 Comments
You find yourself seemingly alone in an underground base, probably on Mars.
Explore the areas open to you and see what you can find.
In fact, if you look carefully the base has a few surprises and perhaps even a means of escape.
This was an entry for the SMC Mapping Competition 4.
There are no story changes or any changes to the original maps.
Don’t miss the training room for some useful information.
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