ModMatic: SP HL2 Map and Mod News

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Is ModMatic dead? Possibly. Can it still post articles? Probably.

We're kind of absorbed by other projects right now, but that still won't stop us posting links to things those amongst us have made. So, let us present Radiator, a splendidly experimental mod for Half-Life 2:

So now you know.

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1. Radiator?

Posted by Sortie at 12:37PM, Tuesday June 9 2009

After carefully reading the websites, I realized this is as homebrewn as it gets. So ModMatic doesn't get any updates? Hehe, you just make a mod to update about. ;-)

As for the mod? The description is, well, not really explaining what the mod is about, but that did add to the hype. I'll play it later and come back here with my opinion!

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2. Title

Posted by Kast at 12:59PM, Thursday June 11 2009

Cthulu! O R'lyeh? Ya R'lyeh! No- *goes insane*

Sorry, sorry: On topic, I shall go play this immediately.

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3. Generator!

Posted by Sortie at 6:13PM, Friday June 12 2009

Just tried out Radiator. In my opinion, Radiator is a narrative do-as-you-are-told look-at-star-figures-to-proceed way-too-dark enjoyable perhaps-I-should've-paid-more-attention should-have-been-a-little-more-complicated-and-longer Single Player Mod containing still-largely-unexplored gameplay mechanics and graphics that could be been more hires, simply because it's so small a map.

Go try it out! It's worth the five minutes of gameplay. And the story? It's interesting, though largely untold. I'm most eagerly waiting for the next installment!

And naming an episode of it after Adam Foster? I thought his ego was already boosted enough after the M:M releases; I'll be waiting in excitement for that episode!

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4. Smithb534

Posted by Smithb534 at 4:52AM, Tuesday April 22 2014

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