Hi there, and welcome to my project to "uncut" Black Mesa! Black Mesa was a crowning achievement for modding for sure, but it felt like it was lacking a little in some areas, particularly Surface Tension. For those of you that were not aware, Black Mesa's version of Surface Tension cut out a map from the original which was integral to the story's progression. Its replacement felt rushed and poorly implemented. My mod attempts to add that little something back into the game. I took the liberty of re-adding the cut chapters from Surface Tension as I feel their omission strongly harmed the story and really damaged the tone of Forget About Freeman. I've given them the same treatment Black Mesa gave everything else. This mod currently adds 40 - 50 minutes of gameplay and story to Surface Tension, improving the Black Mesa experience and it's overall narrative. It integrates seamlessly with the Black Mesa campaign too, just like it should. Why not give it a whirl?

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CzechDeath Jan 8 2013, 6:21pm says:

now why when you have there that nice hangar with those jets (wtf? Balck mesa owns jets?) why would you make that fight outside, when you could make it inside that hangar ?

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Phenixtri Mar 27 2013, 8:34pm replied:

black mesa is in part a military installation where in all likely hood some HECU are stationed to test experimental weapons and gear.

Go back and play a HL1 mod called Decay or play it on the PS2 it clearly shows that BM has a military airfield.

Also it is a retrofitted cold war ICBM base so yea :/

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