From Earth is a new sci-fi themed Source engine modification. The game recently came out on Steam as a free mod for Half-Life 2, and so far, it has received a positive response from the community.
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We recently covered the launch of INFRA – A new Source-based puzzle-adventure game.
Oskari Samiola, the lead developer of Infra and founder of Finnish game studio Loiste Interactive agreed to do an interview with LambdaGeneration to talk about the game and its development.
We will also be giving away 30 copies of Infra, details about this at the end of the article.
In addition, Oskari and his team have funded LambdaGeneration’s web hosting costs for the month, we gave them a shoutout in our sidebar to say thanks!
Could this be the Myst of the Source engine?
‘INFRA’ is a freshly released first-person puzzle adventure game. It was initially created as a Portal 2 modification, but became a standalone Source engine title after Steam Greenlight success in 2013.
Last month, Infra finally came out on Steam, and so far, it has received a fairly positive response from the community, including a nomination for IndieDB’s Indie of the Year Awards in December 2015. We take a quick look.
We recently sat down with Richard Seabrook, the developer of the upcoming fan-made Half-Life: Opposing Force sequel, Prospekt, to ask him some questions about the game and it’s development. We also put forward some questions to him from the community too.
You can watch the video interview below.
The recent news of Half-Life series writer Marc Laidlaw retiring from Valve has sent shockwaves through the community.
Our good friends at RunThinkShootLive.com are running their annual awards event, where you can vote for your favourite singleplayer mods from 2015.
Many Half-Life mods have made it to ModDB’s Top 100 Mods of 2015. But the battle isn’t over yet, as one of these mods will be crowned Mod of the Year overall.
If you haven’t yet seen Joe Wintergreen’s stunning Half-Life map renders in Unreal Engine, check this out.
Valve have decided to revoke the ability for users to sell paid mods on the Steam Workshop after the feature received a negative reception from the gaming community.
On April 23rd, Valve dropped a bombshell when they announced that community contributors on the Steam Workshop could now put a price tag on their mods. This announcement, however, came as a bit of a shock to much of the community, with many people being in disagreement with the new feature. In this article we take a look at how the community responded to the move.