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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.
The mod development is getting along very well and it's getting better every day. I wanna say a huge thank you for all the trackers and supporters out there, you are my motivation, thank you. I'm happy to show you the new weapon model...
The mod development is getting along very well and it's getting better every day. I wanna say a huge thank you for all the trackers and supporters out there, you are my motivation, thank you. I'm happy to show you the new weapon model, kindly made by Dotfalco.
He'll also make a new axe for the modification, which is totally awesome! Here's a few new in-game screenshots from the mod.
Few words about the gameplay. As said earlier, the main goal is to survive. That how, the game progress is made by daily chores of all sort, which contain numerous different puzzles. You eat, drink and sleep. You maintain different portions of the house and its surroundings. But the catch is, that something haunts you, making surviving even more challenging. New areas are discovered as the game goes on and they help you to find useful items and clues to find out what really is going on.
That's all for now, new media coming soon! I still need help with some minor coding, so any help would be useful. Peace.
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