his Mod's/Game's Half-Life² is related to the original story of the game, but from another point of view, the viewpoint of the player ...
The Mod is set in a suburb of Madrid(Spain), in which an addict Half-Life² fell asleep in class and when awakened, everything has changed ...
The novelty of this game is that it's multiplatform. The 14 Show wants everyone to play The Mod 14, but users do not have the "Half Life2 or even have no PC.'s Game PSP, WII, NDS, is being developed with the Quake engine." The Quake is one of the most compatible games in history, thanks to the work of many people who have adapted to multiple platforms.
# "Can I play any PSP, Wii, or DS?
No. you can not.
- PSP: You need to install a "custom firmware higher than 3.60 and a PSP 1000 (fat) or 2000 (slim).
- DS: "Requirements to be confirmed"
- WII: With the "Homebrew Channel" is enough:).
# Why is it an Indie game?
Because we do not use ID files software, and all hl2 models are our adaptations.
# Is it a Half Life2 portable?
NO. This is related to their history, but is not a hl2 portable.
This year has been a crazy year. More than anything the team has worked hard to learn new things. First I give my congratulations to all the editors quake, which really are promoting a new way of modding, and you are resurrecting the QUAKE! Has been highly controversial use of models and textures hl2, but I assure you that it has reached its end. We will work on new models, to improve our code, and start seeing a more solid game to that seen previously. Of course this game is not dead and still in development. This year is key to "The 14 Show", and probably the base of a large development.
PD: Sorry, if there are gramatical errors. If there are, say me it.
Game show in PSP, Wii and NDS. Videos posted in "The 14 Mod Source".
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