After defeating the alien leader Nihilanth, you, Gordon Freeman, declined the mysterious G-Man’s offer of employment and narrowly escaped death at the hands of several alien grunts.
After battling your way through the Lambda Reactor Complex and realigning the antenna dish you were able to make contact with the outside world.
Word has spread of the strange events at Black Mesa and the government is attempting to coverup the truth by reporting “a terrorist plot to obtain U.S. military secrets has been uncovered at the Black Mesa Complex. An undetermined number of civilian personnel have been killed in the well-organised terrorist raid which has been met by U.S. rapid-deployment forces.”
You have since learned from Black Mesa survivors that these military forces, which are operating under the instructions of an unknown government official, have in fact abducted lead science personnel from the Research Facility and are holding them against their will in Black Mesa Central Command.
When you receive word from your captive fellow scientists, you discover thatyour colleagues are being imminently flown to a secret remote location where, as your worst fears are realised, they will be coerced at gunpoint to begin building a weapon of mass-destruction based on the teleportation technology developed at the Black Mesa laboratories.
With an increasing number of people sighting strange alien creatures in populated areas, more and more people are beginning to realise that the government’s story is not quite the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. As the situation continues to get further out of hand, the government is taking increasingly more desperate measures to hide the truth about what has happened at the Black Mesa Complex.
With the military evacuation of Black Mesa almost complete, rumours abound of terrifying government plans to destroy the complex. Can you reach the scientists in time to rescue them and escape to expose the government cover-up?
Time is running out …
This was May 2015’s Classic of the Month mod.
- Title: Deliverance
- File Name: hl1-sp-deliverance-mod.7z
- Original File Name: deliverance.exe
- Size : 5.17MB
- Author: Kevin Lockitt AKA Kevlar
- Date Released: 5 January 2000
A walkthrough for this mod is available. It is in PDF format. You may be able to open this directly in your browser, depending on which one you use and its version or alternatively you can download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Deliverance Walkthrough PDF (301Kb)
You MUST have MapTap installed before using this link.
- Copy the Deliver folder into your …\Steam\SteamApps\common\Half-Life\ folder.
- Restart or start Steam.
- Deliverance should now be listed in your Library tab.
If you require more help, please visit the Technical Help page.
WARNING: The screenshots contain spoilers.
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