I liked it a lot, it had good atmosphere, quite a few of new ideas I've never (or rarely) seen in HL2 mods before, nice reskins and mapping and good action/puzzles/horror fragments. Sometimes though it was unintuitive where to go or what to do, occasional sloppy mapping or nonsensial scenes occured too. But overall I must say that was a very solid experience and don't forget that the team behind the mod was practically one man. Seeing as we don't have a lot of good mods around at the moment, I give it an 8/10.
When I first started off, I didn't know what to expect. I knew that there would be something in the jungle, but I didn't expect a Grunt. When I descended into the temple, I knew that it was only the beginning.
The first levels were creepy enough. I was definitely terrified when going through. However, I was confused at some points, mainly because in the Waterworks I couldn't locate the lever.
The rest of the story was amazing. The plot and story is believable, the environments are beautiful, and the entire thing is one terrifying masterpiece.
This is the best story I've ever played. I give it a ten out of ten. Keep up the amazing work! And it was a very mysterious key given to my a very mysterious person. It was mysterious.
- good puzzles;
- good music;
- Simple and good story.
- some may find the puzzles confusing (bookshelf's orientation).
Observations: besides being short, it's something that we haven't been used to for a long time! I also faced a little bug (after saving my progress, I went to check the chest again and the required thalers were set at 0).
Before G String, it was the longest HL2 mod, 14 hours of pure action in various environments, and as usual with Leon/SPY, explosive final parts with everything burning and destroyed.
A great mod with fun, and also the parts with the Buggy are better than the Buggy parts of Coastline.