Spherical Nightmares is a Half-Life 2: Episode Two single-player modification. The story takes place in the Half-Life universe and you take the role as Gordon Freeman. Your journey begins in an unknown location.
Since the release of the mod, it’s been fantastic to see all the amazing feedback from you guys. I have looked at Let's Play's, reviews, comments, forums and e-mails. So after 5 years making the mod, this is the absolute best reward. Thank you!!
Here are two different videos from the mod, found on YouTube. One is a complete playthrough of the mod, 6 parts. Very interesting! The other one is a speedrun, that completes the game in 6 minutes, crazy! :)
Let's Play! - Spherical Nightmares - Part 1 (1 out of 6)
Spherical Nightmares speedrun - 6:05
Anyway, with all this feedback, I began investigating whether or not to update the mod.. and YES, I will! Spherical Nightmares will receive a big update. I have already been working a couple of months, iterating, bug fixing and creating new content. It’s still the same experience, but plays better.
Here are some of the changes:
Screenshot from the updated version.
Spherical Nightmares is now up on Steam Greenlight, so I need your help! Please vote up and share, so we can make a successful Greenlight process. Let's do this! :)
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Highest Rated (9 agree) 9/10
I played this a while back in a play test, and I had to admit its one of the better source mods ive played in a while. It has that old nostalgia feel to singleplayer games, where the story isn't incredibly blunt but more subtle and leaves it up to the player.
Wizard really got his own unique style of level design down, and I feel like this is just a must play, its visually great, and the combat is fun as hell.
Feb 27 2013 by HoliestCow