DayHard is a single player adventure set before the events narrated in Half-Life 2. You play as Gordon’s brother, Morgan Freeman. He’s not timid like Gordon: he’s able to talk to people, and even to make comments on the situation! Unbelievable, huh? What’s the story? Well, let’s just say that one day Morgan finds the Combines knocking at his door: from then on, it will be a constant fight for survival (We hired Wilbur Smith to write this script).
Throughout his journey he will face many obstacles, fight tough enemies, but also meet few special friends… Even without a fancy suit, or an acceptable knowledge of gravity, Morgan will have a valid arsenal at his disposal, including a shiny katana.
DayHard focuses on being funny rather than revolutionary. A huge amount of scripted sequences are used to give life to idiotic moments, memorable cutscenes and a very rough storyline. The focus here is on action and humour: if you remember that you’ll enjoy the ride. Particular emphasis was also placed on the production of custom voiceovers; expect professional quality. Do you want boring numbers? Here: The mod features 6 playable maps, over 150 new textures, 16 models, more than 150 custom voiceovers, and tons of virtual sweat.
- Title: Dayhard
- File Name: hl2-sp-dayhard-complete.7z
- Size : 111.77MB
- Author: Smanu85
- Date Released: 16 December 2005
- Extract the DayHard folder into your Sourcemods folder
- Restart or start Steam.
- DayHard should now be listed in your Library tab.
If you require more help, please visit the How To.. page.
A walkthrough for this mod is available. It is in PDF format. You may be able to open this directly in your browser, depending on which one you use and its version or alternatively you can download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Day Hard Walkthrough PDF (228Kb)
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