September 15, 2006


To be released with Half Life: Episode 2

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  1. Oh awesome. This looks ace! Just when I thought the gravity gun was the most abstract weapon possible :)

    16 Sep 2006, 10:29

  2. an

    for a bit of history: the gun was in a quake1 mod. no way near as pretty or verbose, however. the physics engine is vital really.

    16 Sep 2006, 12:48

  3. Just been reading up on it, the game was written by 7 students who got employed after making a final year project that had pretty much the same portal premise. So should have done that for my final year project!

    16 Sep 2006, 19:20

  4. The game was Narbacular Drop and the students were at a college close to Valve’s HQ on a game design course which has had ties with the Half Life makers in the past, so it’s not entirely a coincidence they ended up working for them.

    16 Sep 2006, 22:01

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