Modular Combat is a role-playing shooter based in the Half-Life universe. There are over 50 modules that can be upgraded at any level, in any combination. Modules give combatants amazing abilities such as flying, teleporting, spawning minions, and shooting flechettes or energy balls.
We added 2 new monsters, 2 new (fantastic looking) maps, tons of polish, and added in tooltip hints to make Modular Combat more accessible than ever! Now is the best time to dive into the finest HL2 Action-RPG ever!
Posted by matthewdryden on Jun 2nd, 2009
Without boring you with too much of the details (check out the download for that information!) - I just have to say that this version of Modular Combat the user-friendly version we have ever had. We've polished up the rough edges, we've added hints to help you learn key gameplay elements.
We've also added two new monsters, the Antlion Guard and the Rollermine. With these two monsters come an experience multiplier based on the type of monster! That's right; headcrabs will now give less experience while Poison Zombies will give much more! We've also added a spawn variance option, as we now have complete control over how many monsters spawn where!
MisterBliser has given his permission for us to redsitribute DM_CLOUDCITY and DM_TECH. These maps, while complete polar opposites will be a wonderful addition to Modular Combat. With all new textures and just an overall fantastic feel for architecture, these maps are bloody brilliant - and we're very thankful that we can include them with the Modular Combat experience.
I'd like to introduce Kurt Mitchel (modeler), Evan Belman (sound tech), and Josh Van den Heever (programmer) to the Modular Combat team. We're all still getting to know each other and getting organized - but expect to see some big changes coming up in the future! We're very excited about almost all parts of Modular Combat.
Finally, do feel free to track us on Mod DB - we've made our home here and what a great place to settle down into! Check out our forums, and our developers blogs - and often! We all write at least a single entry a week. Best wishes - and see you on the servers!