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Stalkers, you want to travel in a open Zone. This freeplay mod is for you. I use two greatest mods as base, the FreePlayStart by Xiani and the Stalker Map Pack by Kostyan et al. This mod add new spawn in empty levels, modify level geometry for few levels and add news ones. And more features are coming...Now, your Zone is extended and it is coming to life.

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nashathedog Jan 26 2013 says:

I reckon a one off rent in the ground like this that looks like earthquake damage will fit in nicely, Some overhanging coaches and things to break up the lines will be important so plenty of shrub along the drawn line that the textures can work with will help a lot.

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d4v33edz Jan 26 2013 says:

Yes, agree with david.m.e about the concept fitting in, it would give the level a unique situation (in ShoC) at least.

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Thryker Jan 28 2013 says:

Thanks for considering my suggestion!

I can't find a screenshot of it, but if you play the 1935 version of Garbage, that has some cool deformed terrain with various props that have fallen in and whatnot, which is basically what I was thinking for this section.

(Not the section i'm thinking of, but it's near that place I think).

I was kind of thinking a few smalller holes throughout the yard and maybe one big crack like this, the majority of which would be traversable.

Looking forward to your next iteration of the map.

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