Half-Life: Before – is a modification for Half-Life with new levels and story. Mod is based on Spirit of Half-Life 1.8 technology, that increases visual and functional component of the mod. You're playing as a Black Mesa scientist Andrew Winner.
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Mostly Negative (1,923 reviews) - 36% of the 1,923 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 5, 2009

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About This Game

Half-Life: Before – is a modification for Half-Life with new levels and story. Mod is based on Spirit of Half-Life 1.8 technology, that increases visual and functional component of the mod.

You're playing as a Black Mesa scientist Andrew Winner. Your mission is to enter another world to find an artifact that will allow Black Mesa scientists to open portal in another world.

Features

  • Intense action
  • Set in Half-Life universe
  • High quality soundtrack
  • Spirit of Half-Life technology to enhance visuals
  • High definition models

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® 7 (32/64-bit)/Vista/XP
    • Processor: 1 ghz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB Video Card with OpenGL support
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Additional Notes:
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Mostly Negative (1,923 reviews)
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Captain Elise
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 31
the game is too short
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Flash Bang
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Jeez, it's soooooo short. imagine if the developers charge you money for this tiny ♥♥♥ game. But anyway, it's free only need half life 1 i'm sure. the game was a sort of hard... first time. I thought that the mod would have more stuff in it. I'm actually suprised that this made it into steam mod store! It would have made more sence if it was still like in ModDb. gg no re

The game it just toooooo boring really. Just watch a tiny youtuber play a 'lets play' on it. much more enjoyable.

'5/10'
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Dominion Jack
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 28
Short and horrible.
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Photography Raptor
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 17
Unfortunately for this game I was hoping it would be a true half life styled storyline, however what I got was, an ear ♥♥♥♥ing with the sounds of Zeus shredding it on the keyboard and ♥♥♥♥♥♥ game play all around. I do not recommend.
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Andreas444
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 17
Half Life:Before is a mod for the game Half Life in which you can shoose your skin in story,i think i can even choose to play as Gman.Let go to gameplay,the pistol animation is different but the rest of weapons is just look like that ones from HL1,the worst part is even if you put the game on easy difficulty still enemies are hard to beat and the boss is too damn easy,is just floating over your head and you can shoot him easily.Why i dont recommended this mod,too short,easy boss,hard enemies to beat on Easy difficulty,no multiplayer.The sountrack is cool,also after you beat the boss comes the credits directly and after the game crashes.
Final note:4.5/10
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Tony Bamanaboni
( 2.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 17
I just noticed in the credits. It litteraly ♥♥♥♥ing says "Spacial Thanks"
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N0vaDragon
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 16
Way too short
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DalgaHelios
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 14
Well im not sure why this has so many negative ratings, it runs really well, its fast paced compared to the actual Half-Life games which may turn some people off and its kind of short. But its free, it was well designed, it has a few good moments that really surprise you and it finishes off with a pretty intimidating boss battle. If you want something to just jump into, play to kill a little time and just have a nice moment of new Half-Life content for the older gen games then youll really like this.
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Onceuponaswag
( 55.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 11
Ive never played this game what is this
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Maverik
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 8
Ok, it's a mod and free. but as i read Half-Life: Before, i though: Wow, a prequal to half-life universe with a protagonist which will link to the main events of black mesa, wiht a story and have a gameplay lenght like blueshift. but it came out very diffrent...
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TheOneFreeMan
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 5
I liked the fact that you get all the Half Life weapons at the start and I like the use of zombies so you have fairly easy enemys than stronger enemys near the end. I didn't like thaat it was too short. I also did not like the ending part, it was kind of weird that the Nihilanth had a barnicle attached to it. If you finished playing the Half Life series and you want more Half Life you should play this. On the downside I think it should have more features and a longer story, you should also add new enemys and game features in an update or expansion. I don't know if I should recommend it or not but because of the lack of story I would not recommend it.
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Duncan Hunter
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
♥♥♥♥ YOU ♥♥♥♥ YOU ♥♥♥♥ YOU I WANT MY MONEY BACK AND IT WAS ♥♥♥♥ING FREE
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scend489
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
I can really see the similarities between this game and a new born infant.
They were both mistakes.
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dj fuccboi succ
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
SHORT AS BALLS
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Guidy
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 23
Playing this game is like sucking someone's ♥♥♥♥ and regretting it. You've already wasted 20 minutes you can't get back.
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Alabaster
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 17
Not something that I could recommend.
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REKTIFIED
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 16
im not recommending this mod because you get like 3fps and it dosent run well plus when you exit the game you have to restart your system cause it crashes 0/10 terrible waste of time
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Harizonia (G.E.W.P)
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 15
Wow. This was a lot of fun. It was basic but fun. Give it a go. Just remember, it's free!
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Marchog
( 1.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 13
Well I am giving it a no and yes the no is 1,the rain mekes me lag 2,only one science guy 3,how the hell did the army get thare so fast with out dificaltys landing ON A MOVING BOAT! Remember I said about the yeses I was wrong.
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Necrum
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 12
I think this mod's rating is a little too low. I mean yeah it's not the most inventive mod in the world, but not all mods completely change the game. Some of them are just fun little map packs. Just look at the Doom community. Most WADs are just maps, and that's awesome because it extends the life of the game. Is this the best map ever? Certainly not! Is it reasonably fun for the half-hour it takes to complete? I enjoyed it. I can't say everyone will. The boat looks pretty good over all. I did get stuck at one point and had to noclip my way past the storage containers on the way back, but otherwise it was a decently progressing level.

As for the boss, I would have liked some more animation on it at least since it just sort of slides along the ceiling. Yeah it does act like a Barnacle. I saw one review saying it makes Gordon Freeman a joke, but this is a different monster than the Nihilanth in Half-Life. This one is genetically modified. If you paid any attention you would have known that.

I recommend this but only to major Half-Life fans who want just a little more. It's not the best, but it'll whet the apetite if you want a little HL action.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 17
Half Life:Before is a mod for the game Half Life in which you can shoose your skin in story,i think i can even choose to play as Gman.Let go to gameplay,the pistol animation is different but the rest of weapons is just look like that ones from HL1,the worst part is even if you put the game on easy difficulty still enemies are hard to beat and the boss is too damn easy,is just floating over your head and you can shoot him easily.Why i dont recommended this mod,too short,easy boss,hard enemies to beat on Easy difficulty,no multiplayer.The sountrack is cool,also after you beat the boss comes the credits directly and after the game crashes.
Final note:4.5/10
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 90 days
15 of 22 people (68%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 8
Let me make it CRYSTAL ♥♥♥♥ING CLEAR that I am recommending this product only because it is FREE. No other reason. Well, that and the fact that it uses up less than 100mb of your hard-earned data - maybe more, if you haven't currently got Half-Life installed - and considerably less than an hour of your precious time.

It's hardly the worst Half-Life mod ever made - hell, it's not even the worst Half-Life mod recently released onto Steam (Wilson Chronicles, stand up and take a bow!) - but it's also a darn sight from the best. But is IS FREE. And it has gobsmackingly inappropriate "metal" music during its fiendishly ♥♥♥♥-poor end boss battle...which is either a plus or minus, depending on whether you're the kind of person who chooses to laugh at this sorry excuse for a world, or cry at it. Better than several small kicks to the groin, if only by the smallest of margins.

Verdict: 5/10.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 15
Wow. This was a lot of fun. It was basic but fun. Give it a go. Just remember, it's free!
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 5
Nothing but a good first person shooter game to play when your bored.
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5 of 10 people (50%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 4
Ten dollars. Only a few hours of gameplay. 16-bit graphics compared to the flashy 1080p stuff in standard games.

But... wow. Half-Life: Before blew me away. It doesn't need flashy graphics or even fanservice to falsify its enjoyment. It just does things right, and boy that was one immensely enjoyable experience.

I think most of the magic of this game comes from knowing absolutely nothing about it. I got this game from a friend and just decided to play it since it looked very interesting and it was getting good responses. So I went in completely blind, knowing nothing but the game's name. And I'm glad I did, because everything the game presented to me was unexpected, notably dark in places, and very emotional, which would have been lost entirely if i watched someone else play it. So, if you happened to have been flooded by everything Half-Life: Before on tumblr (god help us) and the entire story's already laid out for you, the magic has been lost and the game won't be as incredible of an experience. I'm sorry.

Half-Life: Before's ability to completely turn the tables of its story depending on your actions is massive. Upon your game's startup, every little thing you do will be set in stone in the game's story pathing. If you're the type who immerses yourself into the game's charming music, laughs at the childish but hiliarious anctics, and is willing to hork down healing items just to prevent yourself from killing a monster just because a fight is difficult, the game rewards you. It opens up a very character-developing and world-unfolding story, along with some of the most emotionally invested boss battles I have ever experienced. You know a game is good when it breaks the fourth wall so well that you're shaking in your seat in true fear and can't stop the shivers, all while having to fight a hopelessly overpowered god of a boss. The amazing writing only starts once you beat the final few bosses, and the story doesn't stop being good from there onwards.

On the other hand, what makes this game different is that it keeps its dark side from you, and its entirely your choice to experience it. If you scoff at the game's sparing choice since you're too cool or grown up to possibly be nice to people, you can go around and intentionally sink your weapon into a monster who just wants to be a friend. And unlike many other games, this isn't just a simple "Oops, I killed another unnamed enemy, let's reset the game and nothing changes" moment... the weight of a dark choice is huge. It forever changes your playthrough. Reset the game, and the characters know. Events change. And with each curious kill, you, in turn, turn from the only human in a land of monsters into the biggest monster in a land of innocents. In the end, ignoring what Half-Life: Before sets out to do, which is to let you experience childlike innocence and fun, only makes it delibrately change the game into a quieter, more grim story. Very little character development, and the world isn't explained to you, nothing. There's very little reward for going through this route. Yet it is a choice you can do. Granted, you get two of the hardest boss battles by becoming the murderer and will be forced into Game Overs repeatedly from them, but even that is a message from the game... It's trying to stop you from getting to the end of this route. Before its too late.

It's as if you're doing deeds in an actual living, breathing world. And that's what makes it even more terrifying when you decide to become a murderer instead of a savior, because only you know that you're willingly going forward to obliterate every weakling in front of you. It's a test of your willpower, and it's your choice. The worst thing? The damage cannot be repaired. Go clean, or go home tainted. The game even gives you the choice to completely delete everyone's happiness after the most satisfying happy ending. The happiness you worked so hard to earn. And you can even become the murderer after saving the world, which will only permanently taint your game and never let you have a satisfying ending again. That's absolutely brutal, and yet that's still a choice. Amazing.

Yes, this game might not be for everyone. The humour may become dry after a while for some people, and tons of gamers nowadays like to bash at popular games instead of trying it out, just because they feel accomplished by doing it. But, if like me, you are willing to experience why everyone's been talking about this game, give it a shot. This game does the morality concept so well that other games can only dream of doing the same, and it is one not to be forgotten.

It is a sin to call Half-Life: Before a game. Doing that would categorize Half-Life: Before into the bland and consequence-free "kill-em-all" genres that a lot of games are falling into now.

Half-Life: Before a story-driven, emotional experience.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 5, 2015
That's probably one of the shortest mods I've ever played. My first playthrough lasted about 20 minutes... then I found out, that you don't really need to kill everything.
It's very easy to speedrun though.
You know how to jump? Well, then you can beat the game in under 3 minutes. Congratulations!!
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11 of 15 people (73%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 8
This "game" is pure proof that Valve doesn't care about greenlight at all. I'm still amazed that someone at Valve looked at this garbage of a Half-Life mod and said "yeah this seems good, let's greenlight it".

Set in "another world" of the Half Life universe (which seems to be just an average ship), you play as scientist Andrew Winner, who must go to this new world to find an "artifact," as the title screen says. The story feels like some sort of terrible fanfic, and is only really explained on the intro screen (which I might add, has some of the worst grammar I've ever seen in a game).

The actual control/feel of the game is good, mainly because it's Half Life (aside from a few areas where you can get stuck and must reload a saved game). But don't expect anything new or exciting. The store page of this game says that there are tons of new features, such as new levels, soundtrack, and "high definition models." After playing through this game twice, I can safely say that the store page is a gigantic lie. While it does have a new soundtrack (which to be fair is ok), the other new additions are barely noticeable. The "new levels" consist of going to the back of a small ship, talking to a guy with broken english, going back to the front of the ship, and having to fight the final boss from the original Half Life. The "fight" if you can call it that has you literally running in small circles just shooting at it with nothing to worry about. By the time you realize it, you'll have beaten the entire game in about 10 minutes. Also the high definition models are no different than the ones from the updated Blue Shift graphics.


Of course some may argue that it's a mod, and that it isn't going to be high quality. But if you do some searching, you'll find some amazing Half Life mods that were made years before this. The fact that this even got greenlit is just an insult to greenlight and Steam in general. On the bright side, it's free, so you can at least play it just to see how bad it is.
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 14
Played it, and feel like saying something about it:

+I liked the soundtrack
+Good level desing
+Nice flying camera animation

-Basically only one short level
-Enemies, gameplay (="puzzles"), scripting,...
-Boss fight (which I finished in about 15s shooting straight up and the game ended)

This got greenlit? I don't even..

Anyway, give it a try if you like HL1 related maps/stuff.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 18
Extremely short. Laughably bad. Very buggy, very jittery.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 27
Choose hardest difficulty
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You just gave em hell of a fight and got back to the cargo hatch
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The lift isnt coming, well there is probably somebody else to kill and then the lift will trigger
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With 24 HP, snarks, laser mine and crowbar remaining, you find out there is an alien grunt
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This buddy is hiding inside a container
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You're on suicide mission now, but VERY luckily you've managed to set a mine inside
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Launch snarks into your own mine and run away
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Enter close combat with 15 HP. Leave only 4 HP and feel this was most brutal battle ever
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Sheeeeiit, you can easily fight gravity now, no need to trigger that thing
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** SOUND OF CRACKING BONES **
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13 of 24 people (54%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2015
Don't play this expecting a AAA game. The story is short and simple, I completed it in about 30 minutes... I'd recommend it to any Half-Life fans who want to replay the original, and want to get the hang of the weapons and remember the enemies, play this! If you want to get a more advanced tutorial get this! If you want a ground breaking game, give it a skip... I enjoyed it, and I'll probably play it again.
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336 of 366 people (92%) found this review helpful
132 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 25, 2015
I'm not entirely sure what the aim of creating this game was.

Let me explain;

Nothing is explained. Why do you magically zap on to a boat? Why is the crystal on the boat? Why do you need to retrieve it in the first place from the boat and not on Xen? Why were the Xen creatures already there before the resonance cascade?

Why?

WHY?

WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY?

All of this is completely unanswered, but this is just the start. [Spoilers]

Once you magically apear upon the boat, seemingly sent by Zeus, you pickup almost all of the weapons available in the game, instantly making it very easy. If that didn't make it easy enough for you, then you're in luck! Right in front of you is a conveniently placed helicopter, complete with a mounted machine gun, meaning all those Xen creatures are dead before you move 10 metres.

Once you finally reach the main cabin, you are greeted by 3 turrets, which are easily avoidable. In fact, there are 100s of better locations for them, which would have proved challenging, however, the creators were obviously not in a creative mood, so decided to place them right in the open, however, they did take the time to ensure even spacing, which was a nice touch.

Next, you are inside, where you'll reach the lift, clamber through the overhead opening, and up the tedious ladder, and eventually reach the control deck, where you're warmly greeted by 3 soldiers, seemingly oblivious to the Xen creatures which have engulfed their ship.

After this, and a few random Xen creatures which magically appear, you find a man. The soldiers also seemed oblivious to him, which is surprising as he was literally next to them. The man is the most socially awkward NPC I've ever encountered, and was a walk suitable for the Ministry of Silly Walks. He opens a security coded box for you, containing a med kit. This was much needed, as the previous 20 were not quite enough. He the proceeds to open the cargo doors, containing a dangerous creature, which is obviously the best idea. On top of this, he automatically knows why you're there. No questions asked.

You then need to BACKTRACK THE WHOLE MAP in order to reach the cargo hold. Of course, it should be a nice brisk walk, after all, you have just defeated all the creatures, right? Wrong. They've respawned, and in seemingly higher numbers. Once you battle your way through the Battle of Somme, you reach the cargo doors. At first, I wasn't sure what to do, as surely if I jump in I'd die? I discovered that jumping in to a gaping dark hole actually heals you, which was a nice surprise.

So, the boss fight. Before anything even begins, you get to endure a lovely cutscene where the boss sucks up the crystals, which once again begs the question, why?

You've spent the whole game (10 minutes) collecting all the weapons in the game, conserving your ammo, well guess what? They're all gone. You can pickup a few off the floor, but ammo is almost non-existent. The boss itself is, well... interesting. It is a down-sized and retextured version of Nihilanth, and completely lacks any form of animation. To me, it resembles a over-stuffed teddy bear, so stiff that it puts viagra to shame.

Once you've finally defeated him, (Cooked grenades seem to work well), that's it. That's literally it. The boss shatters like if I picked up your vase and threw it on the ground. Oh and the crystals? Gone.

The final credits/cutscene shows the crystals in a different location, which I can only assume is suppose to represent Black Mesa. I don't think I can truly express how underwhelming this game is. The idea of Half-Life: Before is brilliant, but this game, is certainly not brilliant.
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451 of 540 people (84%) found this review helpful
489 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 1, 2015
Gather 'round, kids! MadmanEpic is gonna tell ya how to beat this mod!
> Start game
> Pick up gear
> Move forward
> Move some boxes
> Climb said boxes
> Shoot some turrets
> Twiddle your thumbs for a bit
> Climb ladder
> Run past Grunts
> Get crossbow
> Camp in room with shotgun and crossbow
> Return to box area
> Shoot box
> Run to spawn
> Use turret
> Jump in hole
> Control+Alt+Delete
> Task Manager
> Force quit
> Silently weep
> Re-enter game because Steam won't let you post a review unless you've played a game for 5 minutes
> Watch YouTube
> Return
> Exit game
> Write sarcastic review
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607 of 748 people (81%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 3, 2013
This. This is amazing game, really. Not many games gets us into brainstorming about WHAT THE ♥♥♥♥ ACTUALLY HAPPENED. So, if someone didn't get the plot: You're on your mission to stop Gabe Newell's madness. He greenlights alot of horrible games, You make your way trough brainless zombies AKA steam greenlighters that voted for this and probably most of the mobile games that are on steam at this moment. So, after you get trough that and get on captain's desk, you see that ship is under control of INSANE MOD MAKERS, they're trying to get their mod greenlit and nothing going to stop them. Except you. So, after dealing with that, you think it's finally over. But no, the only sane person on this ship reveals himself. They locked that poor guy because he didn't agree on getting this game greenlit. They possibly bullied him, he got terrified, that's why his grammar is so affected. He tells you that Gaben got completely mad, he greenlit ALL of the horrible games out there. Guy opens a "cavgo doors" for you, you fall inside just to meet Gaben face to face. Then, you see him. He consumes dorrito and gets very powerful. After that, he tries to lick your private places. But BOOM. You did it. Madness has stopped. No more ♥♥♥♥♥♥ greenlight games on steam. You make dorrito that fell from his exploded belly your trophy. And that's the end. But i got it that it was another demension all along, that's why madness haven't stopped in our world. AND THAT'S WHY THIS GAME IS GREENLIT DAMMNIT
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358 of 449 people (80%) found this review helpful
423 people found this review funny
618 of 809 people (76%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 3, 2013
Was that all? I'm throughly disappointed. The creator could have done a lot better than... this.

Two levels that you can blow through in about 10 minutes. Don't tell me that this is actually acceptable. A game gets accepted for Steam, the most popular gaming platform on PC, and this is what we get?

The fact that this is called a challenge is nothing short of laughable. It might be the easiest mod I've ever played.

There are lots of grammatical errors, too. The developer of this mod's first language isn't English, that's for sure. The least he could've done is get someone to spellcheck.

Don't waste your time on this.
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157 of 184 people (85%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 3, 2013
Don't blink, you might miss it.
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531 of 707 people (75%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 3, 2013
Extremely short mod, could be just a custom map for half-life and you can easily beat it in less than 10 minutes.
It's fine but I wouldn't recommend.
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187 of 231 people (81%) found this review helpful
232 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 6, 2015
Well, at least it was better than cod ghosts
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677 of 920 people (74%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 3, 2013
What the hell. Seriously. What the hell. Why was this even mentioned on the front page again? From what I could glean from the insane ramblings of the one in-game character and the text that popped up, you are a scientist who has been beamed aboard a ship to retrieve a crystal that does..... Something. I think I have more eyelashes than the game has enemies and there are just enough 'puzzles' to make you briefly consider this a Half-Life Mod and not some trashy Call of Duty flashback. There's a boss, I guess, and I think GMAN is involved, but besides that this is just a mashup of ♥♥♥♥♥♥ game design and wasted space. The fact that people greenlit this makes me physically ill and I shudder to think what future swill will show up on Steam. Barely any effort, barely any motivation. This mod was free and I still feel cheated. Dear LORD, what is this?!
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