QUAKE LIVE started as a web browser, game developers decided to make the game as a standalone, downloadable game by the end of 2013. Linux and Mac support will be available only through emulation or virtualization software, the desktop version will not have native support Mac and Linux versions. Well this could be a good thing for WarFace too, if they will ever decided to make a desktop version.1 Comment »
THE DARK MOD 2.0 is a free, first-person stealth game inspired by the Thief series by Looking Glass Studios. It recreates the essence of the original Thief games on a more modern engine. Both a game and a mission-creation platform, The Dark Mod allows players and mappers alike to enjoy missions in a gothic steampunk universe.
The Dark Mod was officially released on October 17th, 2009. As of October, 2013, TDM 2.0 is now completely standalone, and no longer requires Doom3.No Comments »
Operation Black Mesa is a total remake of Half-Life: Opposing Force. Utilizing the Source engine, Tripmine Studios plans to recreate the Black Mesa Research Facility from the ground up, as seen by the protagonist, Adrian Shephard.
This game is completely FREE and requires only installation of the Source Sdk Base 2013 (Multiplayer and/or Singleplayer) which is available for free through Steam!No Comments »
Black Mesa is a FREE and complete re-creation of the game Half-Life, utilizing the Source engine. Black Mesa will let you re-visit the world that started the Half-Life continuum.
Black Mesa will require the Source SDK Base 2007 to run. Many Source games purchasable through Steam come with the Shared Resources, including the SDK, that you will need in order to run Black Mesa. To see if you can run Black Mesa, open Steam and look in the tools tab. If you see an entry titled Source SDK Base 2007, you can run Black Mesa. As of July, 2011, Valve made the Source SDK free for anyone to download. This means that users who create new Steam accounts will be able to play Black Mesa without having to purchase any games.8 Comments »
Wreckage is the final chapter of the trilogy, that began with the map “The Harbour” and was continued in the modification “Rainy Days”. It tells the story of three soldiers who try to survive a devastating war between two worlds.
The Smokin’ Guns game started its life under the name of Western Quake³. It was originally developed by a team known as Iron Claw Interactive. They released WQ3 beta 2.0 in 2003, after which development all but ceased. In May 2005, development of Western Quake³ was taken over of by a bunch of cowboys calling themselves The Smokin’ Guns with the blessings of the former team. With the release of the stand alone version in 2008, the game was renamed to Smokin’ Guns, and the team to Smokin’ Guns Productions. Smokin’ Guns is intended to be a semi-realistic simulation of the “Old West’s” great atmosphere & was developed on Id Software’s Quake III Arena Engine. Downloads: Windows only or Windows and Linux Macintosh (not available at the moment) Note Mac Users: The game (should) run fine with CrossOver
Flashgames around various website, are basically .swf files, you can play them online in your web browser. But what if you wanna play them offline? The most used solution is to open them with your browser, but there is a more elegant and practice alternative, you can download this standalone player, you simply load the swf and can play it as you would with a normal game, with fullscreen option too. This is a must download for flashgames fans!