Below are the results for sin
Below are the results for sin
Here is the text from the start of the mod…“After destroying Black Mesa, the Gman went into hiding. Previously the island was managed by the government, now it is controlled by the Gman.
In there, aliens are subjected to experiments and research. However, something is beginning to happen!”
You are working in a nuclear power plant when things go a little “wrong”.
Could it have something to do with the Black Mesa Incident? Probably.
The army grunts clearly want to stop you reaching the portal. Don’t let them! Go find it.
You play Gordon Freeman and your objective is to chase the Gman.
Of course, he is one step ahead of you all the time, but that’s doesn’t mean you can’t catch him.
What is this “island” in the title, play and you may find out (Actually you won’t, but you might in part 2!
A couple of BM-style levels made to help the author get a job, which he did.
I don’t know if there were issues at the time of its release, but playing it on the latest version of Half-Life 1 via Steam is almost impossible without cheating. There is a fan that seems like it can only be passed by no clipping and the level crashes when you enter the dark room. Loading the second level manually means you must give yourself the suit and weapons.
When I reached the last image there doesn’t seem as if there is anything left to do.
You have been sent on a seek and destory mission. Your enemies have started work on a new fighter jet and your objective it to destroy it.
The resistance you face is formidible, so move slowly and carefully.
You must not fail!
With Gordon Freeman about to enter the world of Xen, the military air strikes continue to pound Black Mesa into the night. You play a remaining HEV suited scientist, and with Freeman about to escape to a far worse situation, you have to get out of your own tight spot. There’s a bunker near your location, it’s best if you get into it before the military bombardment kills you.
It happens. There’s nothing we can do about it. It’s a fact of modding life. Sometimes mods die before they have reached maturity. We weep, we look to the sky and wonder what could have been and then we move on with our lives.
10th June 2011
A simple layout with a couple of small rooms and a couple of larger ones. The Army grunts stand in your way and there’s only one option: kill them. Get to the second room and that’s it!
“This map consists of a flat desert which covers the maximum 2 dimensional area possible in a Half-Life map. The interesting thing about the map are the small armies of human grunts and Xen aliens facing each other. Join in the fight or sit back and watch the fun! Run around a bit, letting some enemies chase you, so that they see the other army and the action starts. You will also probably want to use the cheats described below, if only to give yourself some weapons! This map may run choppily, due to the large number of monsters. If you see the framerates start to drop, remember you can always turn down the resolution.”