Half-Life: Standoff

for Half-Life

1st January 1998

Basic Details
  • Title: Half-Life: Standoff
  • File Name: hl1-sp-standoff.7z
  • Original File Name: standoff.zip
  • Size : 102Kb
  • Author: The Crooner
  • Date Released: 27 January 2001
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  1. remember it was short like a grunt feasr but not too bad

  2. TheRipper

    Isn’t this already in “woodpigeons mappack’?

  3. Think Twice

    Part of “Woodpigeon’s mappack”. Single and very first map of author.
    It’s only one corridor where the action already starts immediately – behind a door.
    Scientists being held there by the army. There are plenty of plenty of weapons and ammo, compared to the map’s length. Also lot of health kits, HEV batteries and chargers.
    The mapping is quite good, it contains a tiny outdoor area at the end.
    Lighting and textures are nice. But all in all it’s nothing special.

    For a more detailed review and other comments, check the comments at Woodpigeon’s Mappack page found here:

  4. Ten Four Reviews

    Standoff comes to us as a yet another gruntfest crammed into a single map. This one, however, is fairly well-designed, although short.

    Level design is good but not exactly overwhelming. Very simple Black Mesa-ish with a small outdoor area divided by two crates of the large variety. Nice details, though, including a few machines, an empty rack, a freestanding light fixture, and of course…crates of the small variety. Overall good attention to comparative details to even out the visuals.

    Continue reading the review on Ten Four…

    This review is republished here by permission and was originally published Friday, 23rd November, 2001 by Calyst.

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