WBM is a single-player mod for Half-Life in which I want to show that the old HL engine still can make miracles. All textures and models are high-def, more realistic levels and weapons will take you to a new world... to my own Black Mesa as I see it. The development progress is on the final stage, more than 50% of all things done, so I decided it is a little too late for releasing a beta. I hope I will finish this summer, wish me luck! As for the storyline - you are playing as someone named Jack Randal, a BM tech engineer. You arrive to the complex in a couple of hours before the Incident (pretty typical starting you might think) and after a walk to our workplace something happens... but it's not the Xen invasion... it's the alternative story with an unexpected ending.

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Callinstead09
Callinstead09 Nov 25 2009, 11:41pm says:

wow! I love those rail cars with the authentic paint schemes!

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roster312
roster312 Mar 13 2010, 6:22am says:

yeah the rail cars are awesome!

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Magnussen
Magnussen Jul 26 2010, 1:41pm says:

Well, the problem with those rail cars is that they're flat. >_>

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Scream[csm] Dec 18 2010, 5:12am replied:

Using models for rail cars is rediculous. For GoldSoyrce engine. It uses at least 10k polygons to look good.

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ildarion
ildarion Dec 18 2010, 12:15pm says:

It is good to add some details to surface levels ( look at surface levels in residual life and residual point mods )

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StraighF
StraighF Feb 13 2012, 8:54am says:

Where is lighting?

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