MINERVA: Episodic, Single-Player Half-Life 2

Yeah, so you've looked behind the curtain, only to discover the whole world is a carefully manufactured lie. But to what ends?

Well, I'm Adam Foster, and these are my experiments in Half-Life 2 mapping!

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Post-Apocalyptic -

I probably should edit this into the previous post, only I like the pictures too much - have a suitably post-apocalyptic, derelict wind-farm spotted somewhere or other.

Next Flickr set will be an blog-post edit, honest.

Edit 2012-05-03: lava tubes and volcanoes!

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Science! -

I suppose when most people think of Hawaii, they think of palm trees, tropical beaches and pineapple-based beverages. Not me. My vision is of desolate volcanic landscapes, snow-capped mountains and vast optical telescopes on the edge of space. So, I finally made it to Hawaii's Big Island.

Coming up next: derelict wind turbines, lava tubes, more volcanic landscapes and dusty scrubland with ancient petroglyphs carved into the lava underfoot...

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Ominous Cosmonauts -

In a bid to update this blog-beast slightly more frequently, have a cosmonaut or two from last year. I am punctual in all the things I do.

Also, if you're in a steampunky kind of mood, have a working Intertype machine, from less than a month ago!

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Imaginary Islands -

I had absolutely nothing to do with its creation, but I do have a certain penchant for imaginary digital islands. Weird, experimental, beautiful and perhaps willfully resisting interpretation, please go play Dear Esther.

Again.

In other news, have a top-secret nuclear bunker. I never realised quite how pretty Essex could be.

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Solanum tuberosum -

I'm sorry. I'm so very sorry.

For science?

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