Half-Life: Version One is a mod for the Steam version of Half-Life that brings back all the old features from the earliest CD version to release to the public (which is 184.108.40.206).
Yes, there is planned to be future versions of this mod. We plan to change the menu back to the WON one, but we feel it is impossible. The engine source code would have to be changed, affecting other games that run on GoldSrc (like original HL1 Steam). This could be the reason why the game Portal runs in a different directory to Half-Life 2 (HL1: Source, HL2EP1 and HL2EP2 run in HL2's directory). Because the engine was modified.
Hello, everyone... I would like to announce that the Steam version of this mod will be having some problems... let me just explain them.
Old bobbing - Do you remember the bobbing where your weapon went corner-to-corner when you walked? And when the screen tilted when you strafed. I modified the client.dll file to add the old bobbing, but it won't work for some reason. It gives the following error:
] map c1a0<br />Host_Error: Couldn't get DLL API from x!
A kind of broken UI - The UI of the Steam version mimics the WON version. For some reason, there are a lot of buttons that are blank. Just nothing there, but it still makes the noise. I don't think there is a way to fix this.
BONUS: Problem with the WON version - The menu background for the Steam version is the same as the WON one, except the WON one is very broken. The original HALF-LIFE logo still hovers over it. For any of you experts out there, is there any way to fix it? Thanks.
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WON version cancelled. STEAM VERSION FULL RELEASE IS HERE!!
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