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Marine Invasion

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By Deeforce (See more)
18th June, 2008

Half-Life
1.82MB - RMF, MAP, BSP
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Hi,
I released my old Half Life 1 Single Player Levels, but be warned: the graphics are poor, but the gamefun is high I think (at least for me :-P). The zip file contains 2 level packs with altogether 12 levels + 1 bonus level. Read the txts included in the zip to get to know about how to install it and please give me your comments :-P ! RMF data are also included. Do what you want with these files.

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avatar hlife_hotdog says: 27th June 2008, 03:31 AM
I found it way too unstable so I didn't play it. Sorry, but when you spawn in a map in the void it is no good and also maps that replace original Valve maps are a big no-no.
avatar Deeforce says: 28th June 2008, 10:39 AM
Hmmm... spawning in the void? On which map? And does anybody else have this problem? :-/
avatar hlife_hotdog says: 4th July 2008, 02:01 AM
The first one, you should build it up into it's own mod so it's a little more stable.
avatar Captain Terror says: 19th July 2008, 17:08 PM
I agree the gameplay is quite fun--though i godmoded and impulse101 through most of it--, and i didn't experience any errors such as hotdog mentioned.

It seemed like a gameplay/layout/effect testmod than any coherent level for most of the maps, but there was some very interesting design in some of the maps, as well as a few neat effect tricks like the blinking light in the dark room where the marines are shooting you to simulate muzzleflash.

I played all of version 1, and i stopped playing version 2 when i couldn't figure out what to do next (even with noclipping).

Anyway, this was not entirely unenjoyable to play, heck, it even gave me a couple ideas for effects, which is nice.

Hope to see some moar levels from you with your new skills hopefully.
avatar Deeforce says: 24th July 2008, 15:33 PM
Hi, thx for your comment!

Version 2 of the level packs only has 3 levels, so you finished it
:-P . Maybe you have Opposing Force, because then you can play the bonus level. It is also fun to play, because you fight with your friends against the marines (only 1 level). If I create another Half Life map pack, then it will be definitely for Opposing Force, because of the friends with which you can fight great battles!
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