An aspiring developer, I wish to make my own mod. I've learned the basics of map making for Source Engine and I am starting to learn C++ for coding.
Game Review on Jul 28th, 2011
Retro-graphics vis a vis Commodore 64, an epic soundtrack, and extremely well-designed levels. Absolutely superb. I have played this game through at least 10 times. I have the soundtrack, because those tunes kept getting stuck in my head. Ridiculously fun, but at the same time, particularly rage inducing.
Mod Review on Jul 3rd, 2010
Who knew co-op could be this good? With a large amount of community-made maps, mods, and etc., Sven Co-op is a fantastic adition to the modding community. What still blows my mind is the amount of grainy detail held in each weapon design. I have absolutely no idea how so much detail can be put into a Goldsrc powered game, but this layered on top of the gritty original Half-Life textures definitely provides a nice contrast.
Game Review on Jun 19th, 2010
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Mod Review on Jun 16th, 2010
The one thing you'd expect from horror games nowadays is that you wouldn't expect a cheesy name. Afraid of Monsters sounds like a cheesy name, but this game is serious business. Many games scare you cheaply with loud noises. This game does do that, but there's more atmosphere to this than just a dark hallway. Starting off in a hospital with absolutely no one around gives somewhat of a Silent Hill feel. You're all alone, that is, until you turn the lights out. For a game that uses the Goldsrc engine, you'd expect the same low-res textures that originally came pre-packaged with it. The use of custom textures in this game is phenomenal. It gives the game more atmosphere and more life. The only time this turns into a problem is during the end-game, where a moving texture is used repeatedly. One absolutely great thing about the game is that the sound combined with the dark produces ridiculous effects. No doubt you'll be ******** your pants with the next noise coming along or a zombie running at you full speed in the limited flashlight. The story is quite interesting. Four endings seems a bit much, especially when all four play almost exactly the same. This'll give you a great scare, trust me. Normally I'm not easily scared outside of cheap scares, but if this game kept me from playing more than 15 minutes at a time, then it should definitely give you a decent scare.