Half-life maps

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Here are the death match maps I built for the multiplayer, first person action game, Halflife. They are designed for two to six players and make for small and intense games. Enjoy! Click on the picture to see a larger view (800 x 600). Click on the download button to get individual maps OR get all the maps (644 KB).

Odessa

This is the first map I created. Inspired by the Odessa step sequence from “Battleship Potemkin” it’s a series of staircases. Grenades, tripmines, and satchel charges abound.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 4 
NOTES: Enable realistic falling and flashlights 
FILE SIZE: 85 KB 
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Beachhead

Get to the beach from your troop transports in the water and capture the cliff. This map only contains weapons used in WWII. No gluon or egon.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 6 
NOTES: Look for the .357 revolver. 
FILE SIZE: 293 KB 
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Bunkers 1

This map has many great hiding and sniping points. It even contains underground tunnels.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 6 
NOTES: Some hidden goodies. 
FILE SIZE: 80 KB 
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Bunkers 3

This is a modified version of Bunkers 1. A little more open and a little less ammo for even more craziness.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 4 
NOTES: Great sniping from the central bunker. 
FILE SIZE: 85 KB 
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Gib Factory

This was an experiment. What happens when there’s only one spawn point and more than one player? If you don’t know, then you owe it to yourself to download and try this map.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 is too many 
NOTES: Remember: It’s an experiment! 
FILE SIZE: 2 KB 
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Gib Factory 3

This map is also great for producing gibs. Three short tunnels full of tripmines, grenades, and satchel charges await you.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 3 
NOTES: Also more of an experiment than a map with long term playability. 
FILE SIZE: 27 KB 
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Retro

What would happen if you took an old style 2D side scroller into Halflife? This map is my answer to that question.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 4 
NOTES: Some hidden goodies. 
FILE SIZE: 86 KB 
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