You are gina and you are lost in the new mexico's deserts.You need to find the path to the Glenn Research Center.
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Great to see this still in development, I can't wait to play it! Good luck with the remake :)
Finally! A mod that doesn't have Gordon as it's protagonist! Interesting to see that someone is using Gina as the hero, I am eager to see the outcome! Keep going mate!
Thank you dude,anyway im remaking the mod cuz it looked very ****** :D
Looks interesting... any demo or beta download would be great :)
Seems kinda interesting. Tracking.
Your mapping is starting to improve. One thing I always say is to try and apply some real world logic to your level design.
Ask yourself things like:
- What is this room used for? This determines what the room should contain.
-How many people would work in this room? This will determine how large the room needs to be, as well as how many desks you would need and how far it would be from restrooms and snack machines etc.
- Where is this room powered from? Would there need to be a large number of cables or piping in here? Then, how easy would it be for a maintenance technician to get to these if it needed fixing.
There's a lot to it, but you really start building up the small details this way and it helps to create a sense of place.
Ugh... The plain old vanilla textures look pretty bland by 2014 standards.
Good luck anyways.
What's wrong? Half Life was released in 1998, not in 2014.
I think what he's getting at is that there are literally thousands of textures out there to use instead of the standard ones. It adds a lot to a mod when it has a little variation from every other half-life mod out there.
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