Grey’s life has been nothing but a struggle. A constant downward spiral, and it seems even reality has turned against him. Grey awakens to find that the world has gone quiet, the streets empty. You must find help. Explore the grim world Grey lives in a completely new and unique world, and find clues to his shattered past. Grey is a total conversion Half-Life 2 horror modification where the player must solve puzzles, fight to survive, and find out what is happening to the world around you. We have made a lot changes to the base Source engine and have added countless new mechanics in the mod such as the objective indicator, portable medkit, donator based extras, pickup animations, failed reloads, new picture based GUI elements and much, much more!

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KEEP_IT_UP! Jun 1 2011 says:

aaawesome! :)

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kazumo Jun 1 2011 says:

So cool, good job.

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MARiN3 Jun 1 2011 says:

this is a scary hospital, nice :-)

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Mattey Jun 1 2011 says:


But it would be GREAT if those windows where actualy models, not just textures...

I mean, I think it's just that.... it feels unusually flat...

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TheSniperFan Jun 1 2011 replied:

Yea. Kind of sucks, because it's a little too obvious.
Hope this gets polished a bit.
Anyway, thats great looking.

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Stevokenevo Jun 1 2011 replied:

even if they just indent the windows and keep the texture, it will atleast give it some depth.

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Ashkandi Jun 1 2011 replied:

Actually you'll see the hospital from outside in a short cutscene. But yeah, maybe i should make a nice brush based mesh to it like the windows in L4D.

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PeacefulPatriot Jun 10 2011 replied:

Or just simple cubemaps.

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bobsam Jul 6 2011 replied:

OR make the windows props and then put them on. That way you can may detail on them in 3DS Max. Unlike in hammer you can only go so far with detail in 3d mesh.

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CuervoSp Jun 1 2011 says:

Good job, looks cool.

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EricFong Jun 1 2011 says:

DO I have to go in there?! D:

I like the mood around this hospital.

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jjawinte Jun 1 2011 says:

It's wickedly lit and the " grey " shade base continuity is fantastic. Fine work sir !

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Lockdown323 Jun 1 2011 says:

Just like what's been mentioned, the whole problem of this scene is the windows. Fix 'em, and you got a great map!

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altercuca Jun 1 2011 says:

good work!

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Swanson420 Jun 1 2011 says:

Looks great. As the camera gets nearer, I'd like to see one of the curtains part slightly - pause - and then move back.

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HounderKnight Jun 1 2011 says:

Spot-on :)

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TheShadowCookie Jun 1 2011 says:

Beautiful, I already survived so many hospitals of horror in my life, and I am always glad when I am through with one... Only to open the exit-gate and find a new one in front of me. The hospital nightmare will never end.

Definitely a nice looking building. Thankfully it is not as high as some others (seriously, thank god, closer to street level).

I guess any refusal to go inside will be ignored. Yaaaaaaay...

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D3ads Jun 2 2011 says:

Great work dude and all the custom content is amazing!

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ru_IcyHot Jun 3 2011 says:

Fog is very dark...

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dissonance Jun 13 2011 says:

Ace work, bro, keep it up. This is reminding me more and more of Afraid of Monsters... and that's a good thing!

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rex989 Jul 6 2011 says:

this is why i dont like going to hospitals...

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Reeze17 Jul 6 2011 says:

This is really cool.

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Sadelis Jul 28 2011 says:

Yeah, the lighting looks great. I think it's very atmospheric. Maybe you could post tips on mapping for hammer-editor neophytes.

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El_Chubba_Chubba Jul 29 2011 says:

uhm very...grey

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