Black Mesa: Hazard Course is an add-on for the well known Source Engine mod, Black Mesa. Using Black Mesa assets as well as much of our own custom made content, Black Mesa Hazard Course will feature a complete recreation of Half-Life's training level, including new dialogue and voice acting, HD models, textures and detailed environments.

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sunkenin Dec 18 2012 says:

you should extend to this map to ladder checkpoints platforms

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dky.tehkingd.u Dec 18 2012 replied:

What do you mean by that?

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Crypt Dec 19 2012 replied:

As in, extend the length of the map before a level change, or extent this section of the map?

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sunkenin Dec 19 2012 says:

no when you walking up the ladder on the 1st level you may go to another ladder to 2nd level which takes you down again to 1st level from u go to 2nd level, 1st level is divided on parts: 1st part take u up on 2nd level, 2nd part with ladder which u goes down from 2nd level and ladder with takes u back to 2nd level to EXIT. 2nd level is also divide on parts: 1st part with ladder from 1st level and with ladder to 1st level, 2nd with ladder from first level to 2nd level to EXIT this is for learning purposes for walking up and down a ladder "sorry for my English, im not native speaker and writer"

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dky.tehkingd.u Dec 19 2012 replied:

Interesting idea. It's true that it's meant to teach you how to use a ladder effectively.

I'll discuss it with the rest of the team. If they like it too, we might figure something out! :)

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