Made A Abstract Wallpaper For Half-Life Games (Made With Photoshop)
Section A-17 Prototype Labs
5 reasons why Black Mesa is better than Aperture 1. We have Barney Calhoun 2. We didn’t go bankrupt 3. We saved humanity 4. Microwave casserole 5. We didn’t buy $7 million worth of moon rocks
Here's the instructions for the Mark IV Thermonuclear Device seen Half-Life: Opposing Force that destroys Black Mesa. You have to have a really long stick to press the B button from 55 kilometers away. MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR A: MARK IV THERMONUCLEAR DEVICE This device carries a GRADE C plutonium control detonator. With this device an approximate safe distance of 55 kilometers is recommended. STEP1: Indispose the gravatronic rev limiter to 11. STEP2: Rotate red knob to the on position. STEP3: Press button labeled B.
I made a video comparing the parking garage seen in Half-Life: Opposing Force to the same area as seen in Half-Life: Decay.
People send me some weird questions for Breen.
Sometime after the events of E3 1998, Valve Software decided it would be wise to showcase the progress of Half-Life to more individuals. The team had a meeting later that week and decided the best place to show Half-Life next is to those at the Black Mesa facility. After a few weeks of endless meetings and strings being pulled, Gabe Newell managed to arrange 5 of the best engineers at Microsoft to create a device that could teleport the Valve team into the world of their in-development game. On…
when you find out who ate all the donuts
During the launch of Microsoft's Zune product line back in 2006, Microsoft had approached Valve Software to port Half-Life to the Zune in attempt help move units. Valve agreed and a port was created, however there were several major setbacks with the port. These setbacks range from the HUD not working as intended to a crash occurring on any map that has more than 4 headcrabs spawned in. Valve and Microsoft ultimately canned the port and settled on that the next new Valve game would be a consol…