Is there anything I can help you with?
Is this safe to download? Did anyone test it?
Not bad...I like playing CS maps on Half-Life.
It doesn't work on Mac or Linux, but I tried running it with Wine and it worked just like it does on Windows.
Wow, awesome. I didn't think this would really be released!
This is supposed to be a straight port like Half-Life Source, it should look just like CS 1.6 but on Source
Will this work without Xash3D too?
You have definitely improved your skills compared to your other two mods! Tracking!
Feels like the OP4 garage levels! You are becoming very good at mapping!
Really nice place. It feels like They Hunger, even better!
The screenshot look so much like They Hunger!
Interesting idea...I like seeing Source stuff on GoldSrc
I've just finished playing this demo, it looks very promising, I definitely can't wait for the final version. I can't believe an Half-Life 1 mod could be so creepy! The reskinned monsters (especially the "teddy bear") look very scary, especially with all the ambience sounds. Even when there's no enemy, you still feel stalked because of those sounds. The mapping is very well done, and I liked the idea of having a friend (Barnaby) in the mod, at least you don't feel alone anymore. The 1880s theme is also very good, I like how you reskinned many items from HL1! I can't wait for the full version! My only complaints are Barnaby's AI (he has huge troubles in navigating the mansion) and the assassins (they are extremely hard to fight, especially on Hard because they're invisible).
This looks really fun...I hope people still play it
I personally think Scientist Slaughterhouse belongs to the Half-Life 1 games, but maybe porting it to Source could be an interesting idea...it's B for me
This is GoldSrc, it just adds CSS models to Condition Zero
Great idea! I love prequels like this one, with no combat or stuff like that, just some exploration before the incident like in the original Half-Life.
Nice ironsights effect anyway
Are you using Half-Life on Steam?
No, it only works with the original Half-Life
Team Fortress Classic was released in 1999, not 2002!