Black Mesa Source For Mac

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Black Mesa

Developer: Crowbar Collective
Publisher: Crowbar Collective
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
Released internationally: May 5, 2015

This game has unused graphics.

This game is still under active development.
Be aware that any unused content you find may become used or removed in the future. Please only add things to the article that are unlikely to ever be used, or went unused for some time. If they do get used, please remove them from the page and specify in the edit summary!
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Black Mesa is the award winning fan-made re-imagining of Gordon Freeman's landmark journey through the Black Mesa Research Facility. Relive Half-Life, Valve Software's revolutionary debut, and experience the game that raised the bar for the entire game industry all over again. Black Mesa is so much more than a mod. It is a full on professional level remake. Better than what you'd get if Valve did the same thing. Anyway, yes, I'd recommend Black Mesa over Half Life 1.

Black Mesa started off as an ambitious fan recreation of Half-Life in Half-Life 2's engine, and was later sanctioned by Valve as an Official Half-Life Product. Somebody had to release a new Half-Life game, and it sure as hell wasn't going to be Valve (well, not for another few years, at least).

To do:
  • Alpha 6 Prototype.
  • There is an unused bm_c4 something map which can be accessed via the console where you're given a tau cannon and the long jump but nothing else.
  • Unused weapon_headcrab, for what appears to be unused headcrab on player's head attack mechanic.

Unused Texture Parts

A neat developer comment is sitting below this periodic table. Thanks, Michael Dayah! The message section of this texture is hidden within the alpha channel.

A note as to what molecule structure the calendar is showing is hidden in the alpha channel of its texture.

A decal that sits above ceiling turrets. The center piece can't be seen in-game, but the texture contains a picture of 'Tarman' from the film Return of the Living Dead. Additionally, the Tarman section is hidden within the alpha channel of the image, meaning it still wouldn't be visible in-game even if the turret was removed.

(Source: Original TCRF research)
The Half-Life series
WindowsHalf-Life (Prototypes) • Half-Life: Opposing Force • Half-Life: Blue Shift • Half-Life: Source
Half-Life 2 (Prototype) (Lost Coast, Episode One, Episode Two) • Half-Life: Alyx
Black Mesa
PlayStation 2Half-Life
ArcadeHalf-Life 2: Survivor

Black Mesa Source For Mac Os

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