Single Player First Person Shooter Maps and Mods for Half-Life 1, 2 and Episodes 1, 2 and 3

Your objective is to reach the captive scientist and escape with him.

Of course, there are a lot of obstacles in your way.

At one point, stealth is required, otherwise your mission will be compromised.

Basic Details
  • Title: Rescue 9-1-Freeman
  • File Name: hl1-sp-rescue-9-1-freeman-mod.7z
  • Original File Name: r91freeman.zip
  • Size : 617KB
  • Author: Tyler Munden
  • Date Released: 10 August 1999
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Installation Instructions
  • Copy the rescue91freeman folder into your Half-Life folder.
  • Restart or start Steam.
  • Rescue 9-1-Freeman should now be listed in your Library tab.

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26th August 2011

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  1. mel 738 comments

    3rd April 2008

    Maybe?

    A bit short with one or two crashes.

  2. Tagged as Part 1 of the Aftermath series (Part 2 of which is the already-reviewed Reviviscence), Rescue 9-1-Freeman is a decent 3-level pack in its own right, by author Tyler Munden (aka TylAK), who is now the lead mapper on the popular mod Firearms. Though it sports a fairly mundane design, the gameplay is pretty good, and this one is worth picking up.

    Your mission in Rescue 9-1-Freeman, as the title may suggest, is to rescue an imprisoned scientist so that he may continue his research on Xen. Although this does supply a believable plot, the rescue-the-scientist mission was really fleshed out in other episodes such as Saving Bob and especially Deliverance. Here it is merely a backdrop, as there is extremely little time spent with the scientist one you’ve found him, and it’s terribly simple to defend him from the two enemies you encounter after liberating him.

    Continue reading the review on Ten Four

  3. Phillip says Maybe

    I was looking forward to this mod because I really enjoyed the author’s only Half-Life 2 release, called Das Roboss but unfortunately this one crashed so many times on me that it was impossible to enjoy.

    I even considered not adding it, but this is the first part of a two part series called Aftermath and I wanted to post both parts.

    Of course, you may be lucky and it could work for you, so fingers crossed.

    The layout is plain and quite standard, so there’s nothing really to look at, but the gameplay is quite fun.

    The stealth section is okay, yes only okay, but I always enjoy using the crossbow, so that made me smile.

    The ending never worked and the scientist would fall out of the truck and the doors never opened. Hoping for much better tomorrow in part 2.

  4. Barnz 82 comments

    26th August 2011

    Isn’t this the one where you need to sneak through a level?

  5. Maybe?

    We start in the ventilation, from there we fall to the cafeteria. The design and atmosphere are minimal. Twice we will be between soldiers and aliens, and we will have to act quickly.

    Then we go through the storages, and meet baseness: the crates above the abyss break immediately after we touch them. They should grind for some time and then break.

    At the third map we free the scientist. The gameplay is a shooting gallery with motionless targets. I liked how the scientist walks around and waits for me to free the path all by himself.

    The ending is “original” – after the credits, last save is loaded.

    That’s all. It’s one of those mods which are not bad, but, on the other hand, there are better mods around.

  6. Bolx 216 comments

    26th August 2011

    Play It Now!

    From reading the reviews I wasn

    ReplyEdited at 1:51 PM, 26th August 2011
  7. Unq 451 comments

    26th August 2011

    Maybe?

    Well this one was OK, although there’s really not much substance here. This is one of Tyler’s early releases, and of course he went on to much bigger and better things. I’m perhaps a bit generous giving a Maybe – the experience is still decent and the maps are OK, but there’s nothing here to get excited about.

    This pack is a fairly short and linear set of 3 maps. There’s a basic story about rescuing a scientist, and the only twist is that you have to play through a section near the end in “stealth” mode. No grunts can see you, and you can’t trip the tripmines. As much as I hate forced stealth sections in Half-Life maps, this one is pretty harmless since it’s easy other than a couple of tricky jumps.

    And that really goes for the pack as well – it’s terribly easy and I found the hardest thing to be a couple of jumps over a chasm. It’s worth playing if you’re a Half-Life fan. It’s decent.

    The only way I could get this to run without crashing on map changes was also to put the maps in valve/maps and load map Res1 from the console.

    ReplyEdited at 3:49 PM, 26th August 2011
    • Bolx 216 comments

      26th August 2011

      If by the chasm you mean the collapsing bridge and suspended containers,

      Shoot the control panel on the other side and hitch a ride

      • Hec 966 comments

        28th August 2011

        Oh i passed thet by jumping fast the 2 breakable boxes, so i must be good at jumping i think, but also i fell of like 2 times haha.

  8. Whatever You Want 159 comments

    26th August 2011

    Avoid It!

    I failed to enjoy this one as it was too buggy, boring and easy

    The difficulty of this map pack was incredibly easy and offers no challenge at all. At the end there is a stealth mission which I was expecting to be hard, but it was actually easier than the other parts of the mod. This map pack also has buggy doors which can kill you if you stand next to them and can also bug up the closing sound. Then we get to the level transitions. First time I went through one I was stuck miles outside of the second map, and the rest of the times I went through them I crashed. This mod certainly wasn’t my idea of fun.

    Not worth playing.

  9. Hec 966 comments

    28th August 2011

    Play It Later

    Ok this is in the perfect gameplay time i mean u can beat it in a matter of 1/2 hr or less, and the gameplay is dynamic but really afected by the crashing bugs in the changemaps, i had to charge the 2 out of three manually and using impulse 101, so that’s a pretty bad point. Also that last sthealthy section was cool and had so much more potential but is quite easy if u beat it with the crosbow i think and i recomend to beat it with that as the main weapon, so yeah i think overall this feels like a play it latter definetly.

  10. Technic 475 comments

    1st December 2011

    Maybe?

    Way better than Tylaks first (??) map, “Total Evasion” but still nothing special, too easy, except for the jumping scene with the breakable boxes, fell 2 times there, well I think modders should be always include an easy way, so new players won’t die often..

    It also is too short again and lacks of atmosphere and design.
    At least there were some newer ideas like the stealth part, and I liked the dead end at the houndeye’s (GRRRRR!!) :P
    That the scientist waits until I clean out all soldiers is a a good script to me, just like some other lil scripts in this mod.

    The conclusion is, if you wanna do a short shooting, play it, but that’s it then.

  11. TolisXTRM 51 comments

    23rd December 2013

    Maybe?

    I can’t say a lot because it crashes my game.

    The story is that you need to rescue a scientist and escape.

    The combat, from what I’ve seen, is okay. Not too bad, but not too good.

    The bugs when you change map themselves are enough for giving it a Maybe. It’s too bad, because I really looked forward on playing this mod.

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