A very short and basic map, where you need to escape from the garage.
It’s sparsely detailed and requires one or two tricky jumps.
Can you reach the light?
“Last Zombie is a third person adventure horror game taking place in the Half-Life 2 Universe. It tells the tragic tale of a man named Paul, who is haunted by the past and emotions he has forgotten about since the Combine took over.
Life outside City 17 is dangerous, but with the chemically altered water and the Suppression Field, and the bullying of the Civil Protection force life is soon without meaning.
Can Paul find what was lost to him? Can he find a way to be a human again? “
“Half-Life: Dreamcast is a PC port of the unreleased Sega Dreamcast console version of Half-Life developed by Gearbox Software originally slated for release in late 2000.
The Dreamcast version possesses many unique differences compared to the original PC game and Gearbox’s later PlayStation 2 port, including modified levels, exclusive NPC models and props not seen anywhere else, adjusted difficulty, and a host of sly Dreamcast references hidden throughout.
This PC port allows the game to run as a Half-Life mod on Steam.”
I need to tell you right off that this is an ALT mod; there is no combat or puzzles involved.
It’s a Dear Estheresque wander through some caves.
There’s some gold to find but you can’t do anything with it.
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As I finished a map just now, up popped the Steam window trying to sell me stuff, which is frightfully annoying, and the frontpage was the COD MW3 Free Weekend.
I have never tried one of these promotions and wondered how many of you have.
It’s a very good idea and I am awfully curious to know how many actually buy the game afterwards.
What about you, do you try them?
18th February 2012 11 Comments
Imagine, if you will, a series of doors. These doors open into a strange world, a world of paradox, a world of repetition, a world of fear.
Can you find the secret rooms and escape from the fear.
Remember, observation is key.
I got an email from GameFly last week, trying to sell me their service. You can rent games or something, I don’t really know or care.
It seems that they have bought or merged with Direct2Drive, so they also have a client like Steam. I even have a code for 30% discount on my first purchase, plus a code for 30 days free rental service. If any reader would like them, please contact me – first come, first served.
10th February 2012 13 Comments
Being Imprisoned in Venice is the least of your worries…
Gordon attempts his escape from the dark prisons, as he travels a brief part of the Italian city, and attempts to escape the heavily guarded combine outpost.
Wake up Dr. Freeman
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