Titan: XCIX is a first person adventure that takes place aboard the ill fated star ship of the same name. When an accident rips apart a lone ship on a routine mission, the crew find themselves fighting for survival, and each other in a unique Single Player experience, that's been in the making for the past two years. Developed single handedly by Robin "IZaNaGI" Molde (Jailbreak!: Source, Survival Mod II for JK:JA), Players will face many challenges that will test their brains rather than their trigger fingers. Requires Half-Life 2: Episode Two

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An absolute masterpiece for the source engine!

It might be cause hl2 adventure mods are very scarce among these days, but that mod baffled me away.
The details, architecture and textures are all stunning and fit together really nicely.
The story is well written and the topic of it still some sort of nichè, even amongst scifi plots.
The puzzles are all very logic and if you don't come to a result, you are often given tips by the helpful computer.
All the characters have an unique personality, which makes them very realistic, and the voiceacting is also well done.
The sound fits well to all scenarios and souns like scifi music should sound.

For some people it may be a tad too easy, others will miss the complete absence of shooting (which I liked also very much about that mod, enough of bambam ;) ), but for this being such a well polished adventure for the hl2 engine, it is already worth a statue.

Also still loving the slight humor added to it, and the hints of other mods of the author (<3 jailbreak).
What do I get for finding all ducks?

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Quite an interesting piece of work here. Titan: XCIX has a well written classic Sci-Fy genre story-line, well constructed and visually artistic ( nice work on the text also btw ). A refreshing change of pace HL2 mod. "...Players will face many challenges that will test their brains rather than their trigger fingers..." That being said; I'm a big Sci-Fi fan ( hell, I'm playing Deus Ex again right now ), so I can appreciate the mod more in the sense of it's entertainment strength being more in the…

Sep 12 2011 by jjawinte