They Hunger: Tactical is a modification of the classic Half Life mod "They Hunger", which seeks to bring the old school gameplay and graphics up to date.
The mod will add a variety of new weaponry for the player. New weapons will include:
Silenced M92 Beretta
C7 5.56mm assault rifle with M203
M14 7.62mm semi-automatic rifle
G3 7.62mm automatic Battle Rifle
PKM machine gun
LAWS rocket launcher
Benelli 12 gauge shotgun
Silenced M24 bolt action Sniper Rifle
FN FAL semi-automatic Sniper Rifle
Of course, They Hunger wouldn't be complete without a Chaingun from the original game ;)
New NPCs will be found throughout the game, from M14 wielding undead SWAT to fast zombies. Equally, classic monsters from the original game will be retained.
Hey guys, just thought I'd post a small update - we're very close to finishing our work now. All our art assets are finished, and the code is almost complete. With any luck, our next internal build will be our final one and hopefully can be released to the public.
To tide you over until then, Headcrusher filmed this video showing gameplay from "High Rise" and "Main Chapter 2":
A tutorial on how to port & edit maps from one Half Life mod to another.
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Figured I may as well dump this here. It's incomplete (and probably never will be). Basically the mod works fine through episode 1; episode 2 works (but...
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