Grand Theft Auto BioHazard Alert its a Total Conversion for Grand Theft Auto San Andreas that convert SA in a survival horror game based in Resident Evil Movies games. You will be able to play as some Resident Evil characters like Ada Wong, Leon Kennedy, Carlos Olivera (movie), and so on. And see some Resident Evil game-play elements like Zombies, Monsters, B.O.W experiments converting GTA San Andreas in an Arcade Horror Total Conversion called BioHazard Alert.
Here the first Beta of the San Andreas mod called BioHazard Alert. In this beta you will find your self in a lost town in the middle of nowhere. In this "Ghost Town" strange things happens, you have to guide Leon Kennedy against the creatures you find in your way to scape from the horror in the Beta 0.5.
Here the first Beta of the San Andreas mod called BioHazard Alert.
In this beta you will find your self in a lost town in the middle of nowhere. In this "Ghost Town" strange things happens, you have to guide Leon Kennedy against the creatures you find in your way to scape from th horror in the Beta 0.5.
It is VERY important to install the FIX PATCH also. The files "Leon.dff" and "Leon.txd" are VERY important. You have to ADD thouse files to the "gta3.img" files in the models folder of your GTA SA. If you dont the game crash. The rest of the files are the zombies textures, you have to replace the original files from the gta3.img with thouse "*.txd" files.
This Beta includes:
25 Diferent Zombies
Leon S. Kennedy Beta Model
The Ghost Town
New Particle effects
Some new gameplay elements
And constant zombie attack in a dead world.
Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like BioHazard Alert. We love games like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that have opened themselves up to modding. Because of communities like Workshop, Nexus, Curse, RTSL, GameBanana and Mod DB, more games support modding today than ever before.
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