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Domus is a horror themed Half-Life 2: Episode 2 modification. You are Joseph, who finds himself on a deserted island, after a prison break from the infamous Nova Prospekt. On this eery island you must force yourself to survive, no matter what. As you try to settle down, mysterious things start to happen. Something isn't right. Something is haunting you. Is there someone else on the island or is it all in your head? You need to find out the truth, before you end up losing your sanity. The gameplay in Domus consist of puzzles, exploration and daily chores. This mod is an atmospheric, tormenting experience, that you don't want to miss.

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He does good work. So will the Wrench be an in game weapon to whack headcrabs and zombies with?

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He sure does! No, it's used as a tool to fix a specific object. This mod doesn't have any classic headcrabs and zombies action, the thrill is created by much more interesting aspects :D

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I always respect the intention of creating your own custom props. Even if they are quite basic, they unstick your mod from the overused hl2 assets collection.

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Made by MagnumPI, thanks man!

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