As we play through our favorite games, we always end up seeing the best ending - the one in which our hero prevails. But let us imagine a world where things did not work out as we planned, a world where Gordon is dead. Gordon is a legend himself no doubt, but let's face it, how many times did you die in Nova Prospekt waiting for Alyx to unlock a gate for you while defending yourself with 3 turrets? Death is inevitable for some, but creates new opportunities for others. In this new modification for Half-Life 2, you take on the role of a protagonist that attempts to fill the shoes of the great and legendary Gordon Freeman by finding a new way to vanquish the Combine once and for all.

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Urby Dec 4 2012 says:

What on Earth are all those individual 64 x 64 blocks?

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abominable37 Dec 5 2012 replied:

They are actually 256x256 (This is zoomed out A LOT) and they are displacements! It's my way of doing displacements so when you subdivide them, you can work with a smaller grid since there is a limit for how many powers of subdivision you can have! Also so you can work with small sections at a time rather than the entire surface.

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Crypt Jun 12 2015 replied:

That's actually pretty common practice amongst people who actually know how to use displacements well, but it's usually worth optimizing a lot to keep them all sew-able without using more than you actually need.

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After many, many, many, many...
many...
hours of work, I can finally call one of the maps complete! Don't worry, there are 5 other maps in the works, they just aren't completely done yet!
Stay tuned!

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