Scramble is a small Black Mesa style episode with a bit of different gameplay than typical Half-Life maps. Collect all 5 Lambda Nuclei and reach the exit. Please do mind the headcrabs, they can be nasty.
Scramble is essentially a hybrid prototype for a much larger Half-Life mod that is coming soon.
I'm pleased to share what I've been working on lately with the Half-Life fans out there. I call it SCRAM Half-Life, and it's a new way to play through the Half-Life game while still keeping the core game intact.
SCRAM doesn't have new enemies, new weapons, or new graphics. The only new maps are the SCRAM training maps. It's purely intended to enhance the Half-Life game after all these years. I don't know about you, but I've played Half-Life more than I can count and I was looking for a way to add a little pizzazz. This is the result of that work.
In a later post, I'll go into more detail what SCRAM adds and how it adds a bit of spice to the Half-Life game. Till then, feel free to ask me any questions or make suggestions and I'll do my best to respond.
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Scramble mod for Half-Life. Unzip to the Half-Life directory to install.
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