Biohazardous is a third person mystery adventure MOD - based on the Source Engine. I'm not only trying to recreate the original atmosphere encountered in classical survival-horror games alá Resident Evil. What I also want is to give this genre a new charme along with some pretty newer gameplay ideas combined with a mysterious, puzzle-filled story line. And yes, there are zombies out there!
+++ Update +++
I've reworked and redone the whole aiming-thing to kill some bugs that came up with and support other weapons like shotguns... (She loves shotguns!)
Two pictures to give you a little sneak peek.
I'd like introduce you: The - at the moment very basic - Aiming-System!
Well, there is not much to say..
If you hit a key, the character draw out his weapon. You can't walk or run while aiming and you can't shoot without aiming!
It's still quite buggy, i.e. if you hold aim, reload and then go back in walkmode, it breaks the gun and you can't shoot or reload anymore.
If someone knows the answer to this, mail me or I'll find out myself! ;-)
Also, I haven't fixed the muzzleflash issue yet. Should be fixed later.
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