latetowork

latetowork

@latetowork

Not sure what to write here; in my early 30s and I did grow up with the Half-Life series (among others) and I still love it as much as in the past.

Joined 9 Jan 2023
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I have a weird bug on the They Hunger maps for sven co-op. Many (but not all!) enemies float towards the sky as if they were underwater, leading to actually pretty cool and eerie scenes like this xD
I have a weird bug on the They Hunger maps for sven co-op. Many (but not all!) enemies float towards the sky as if they were underwater, leading to actually pretty cool and eerie scenes like this xD

I have a weird bug on the They Hunger maps for sven co-op. Many (but not all!) enemies float towards the sky as if they were underwater, leading to actually pretty cool and eerie scenes like this xD

shockedpikachu3
I always like it when actual paintings are put into old games/engines. This is from They Hunger in Sven Co-Op
I always like it when actual paintings are put into old games/engines. This is from They Hunger in Sven Co-Op
I always like it when actual paintings are put into old games/engines. This is from They Hunger in Sven Co-Op

I always like it when actual paintings are put into old games/engines. This is from They Hunger in Sven Co-Op

svencoop3
Some Screenshots of the first Entropy:Zero I did when I played the game. I do love the gameplay, story and level design of both E:Zs, however, the melancholic and sad atmosphere is what made these some of my most favourite mods.
The world of HL, particulary with HL2 onwards, always had this "lost places" vibe to me, this atmosphere of a broken world, and both E:Z1 and 2 capture it wonderfully in my opinion.
Some Screenshots of the first Entropy:Zero I did when I played the game. I do love the gameplay, story and level design of both E:Zs, however, the melancholic and sad atmosphere is what made these some of my most favourite mods.
The world of HL, particulary with HL2 onwards, always had this "lost places" vibe to me, this atmosphere of a broken world, and both E:Z1 and 2 capture it wonderfully in my opinion.
Some Screenshots of the first Entropy:Zero I did when I played the game. I do love the gameplay, story and level design of both E:Zs, however, the melancholic and sad atmosphere is what made these some of my most favourite mods.
The world of HL, particulary with HL2 onwards, always had this "lost places" vibe to me, this atmosphere of a broken world, and both E:Z1 and 2 capture it wonderfully in my opinion.
Some Screenshots of the first Entropy:Zero I did when I played the game. I do love the gameplay, story and level design of both E:Zs, however, the melancholic and sad atmosphere is what made these some of my most favourite mods.
The world of HL, particulary with HL2 onwards, always had this "lost places" vibe to me, this atmosphere of a broken world, and both E:Z1 and 2 capture it wonderfully in my opinion.

Some Screenshots of the first Entropy:Zero I did when I played the game. I do love the gameplay, story and level design of both E:Zs, however, the melancholic and sad atmosphere is what made these some of my most favourite mods. The world of HL, particulary with HL2 onwards, always had this "lost places" vibe to me, this atmosphere of a broken world, and both E:Z1 and 2 capture it wonderfully in my opinion.

ayycop6
Something I like about Day of Defeat Source are these wonderful maps, a lot of love and attention to detail went into them
Something I like about Day of Defeat Source are these wonderful maps, a lot of love and attention to detail went into them
Something I like about Day of Defeat Source are these wonderful maps, a lot of love and attention to detail went into them

Something I like about Day of Defeat Source are these wonderful maps, a lot of love and attention to detail went into them

valvevalve5

Finally playing Portal 2 after all this years makes me slowly understand why so many people ship Glados and Chell...

Joined a Day of Defeat Source server in 2023 and heard a conversation about rice cooking methods by middle aged men. I guess the demographic aged with the game. (I'm not complaining)

I replayed Portal 1 after over 10 years and finished it in roughly 2,5 hours (+- 10 minutes, didn't check the time precisely). I don't remember it as THAT short!

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aperture6