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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Invisible Hawaii -

Somewhat later than planned, a giant compendium of Invisible Hawaii!

May include Martian bonuses. No zombies, however.

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For SCIENCE! -

Everyone underestimates the 1980s

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If you've somehow, somehow failed to play Portal before now, here's your chance!

Also works on Apple-oriented appliances, which is appreciated.

In other news, I've still to upload a tonne of photos. In addition to areological infrared imagery of Hawaiian volcanoes, along with plain old visible light - I found more rusty stuff in Seattle. Child-friendly rusty industrial stuff, in fact...

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Invisible Spectrum -

Welcome to the Invisible Spectrum.

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---- CONNECTING TO ALTERNATIVE TRANSMISSION STREAM -

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Auditory Stimuli -

Joseph 'ZhayTee' Toscano wishes to inform you all that the soundtrack for MINERVA is now available for download from its own fancy, dedicated page. Yes, it was already available separately, but this is the definitive soundtrack release, with fully tagged MP3s for immediate incorporation into your electronical auditory archives.

May it become your own, official soundtrack for exploring (and exploding) mysterious islands, desolate bunkers and horrifying physical research establishments.

Or going to the supermarket, your choice.

Enjoy!

Edit 20130430: updated links.

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