Dark Interval is a total conversion mod, the new incarnation of the Original Storyline of Half-Life 2. You will find your way through the nightmarish world of devastated Earth. Starting from the suburbs of City 17, laying your path through the alien factories, the underwater Rebel base, war-engulfed city streets and the alien Citadel, you will feel that dark atmosphere of the Original Storyline. Development started on Apr 10, 2010.

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ParticleGhost May 6 2013, 10:12pm says:

These screenshots blow my mind

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jorge12345694 May 4 2013, 5:38pm says:

Are you going to upload this mod this year? Or the next year?

PD: it looks very very good. Good luck.

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Cvoxalury May 6 2013, 3:55am replied:

I think the pre-release is this year's deal.

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Buddyconnor331 Apr 26 2013, 7:37pm says:

Great looking mod, glad to see its still alive!

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Fujjin Apr 22 2013, 11:53pm says:

Will this mod still be worked on, even though computers love to punish modders?

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Cvoxalury Apr 23 2013, 11:39pm replied:

Of course! A man controls the machine and uses it to achieve desired =)

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Cvoxalury Apr 20 2013, 7:38pm says:

I think you should know about a big **** that happened. A hyper ****. The matter is, as I have installed Win 7 on a virtual disk, the installer seems to have mistaken my «SourceSDK» folder from the disk root with its «sources» folder and, more or less, deleted… no, obliterated the whole source base for the mod. Except the code sources (were in a separate folder) and most of model sources. So right now I'm trying to recover at lest vmf's. So far, using Active File Recover, I indeed have recovered many files that seem uncorrupt (at least by an unarmed eye, via Notepad), thanks to that I have only installed 7 couple of days ago and didn't write anything on the old volume.

And the moral is, don't leave your files on a system volume. Everyone should know that now.

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TheZealot Apr 21 2013, 10:59am replied:

Good God, that is the worst thing that could happen to a modder. Are you still going to work on it?

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Cvoxalury Apr 23 2013, 8:25pm replied:

Yeah, I already recovered .vmfs, the fgd, config files. And the mod itself in totally unharmed, it just did not have all the materials. The textures, sounds — that'll all come with time.

The funny thing is that I came to that because I used Revoution SDK, a pirated one, 'cause I didn't want to have no deal with the Steam one. And now I'm forced to use the latter, anyway. With all its ungodly lagging and bugs.

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Cvoxalury Apr 20 2013, 7:50pm replied:

And I know about a thing called «backups», yeah, I just lost them too (Acronis' fault, killed the file system on the usb drive. Don't use this ****).

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