Games Goldsource

Goldsource games

GoldSrc, or Goldsource, is the retronym used internally by Valve Software to refer to the heavily modified Quake engine that powers their science fiction first-person shooter Half-Life (1998). GoldSrc only supported two platforms, Microsoft Windows and Playstation 2.

GoldSrc is a modified version of the QuakeWorld engine codebase, which in turn is a development of the Quake engine codebase. Some minor fixes from the Quake II engine were incorporated as it was developed. GoldSrc is able to render in two APIs ? OpenGL and Direct3D.

The successor of the GoldSrc engine is the Source engine which powers Half-Life 2.

Today, GoldSrc is still being used by developers. Nexon Corporation, for example, developed Counter-Strike Online by using GoldSrc.

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1Half-Life: the multiplayer game mode. The game takes place on different maps for some time, where there is a "struggle" of the various players.

2Half-Life Decay: the third add-on for the first-person shooter Half-Life, developed by Gearbox Software specifically for the game console PlayStation 2.

3Adrenaline Gamer: modification of the multiplayer mode of Half-Life. It usually attracts a much larger number of professional players and beginners to quickly improve their game.

4Counter-Strike 1.6 team series of computer games in the genre of first-person shooter based on the engine GoldSource, originally appeared as a modification of the game Half-Life.

5Counter-Strike Condition Zero in multiplayer mode, players can play the original maps Counter-Strike, as well as to improve their options and other official and homemade maps.

6Sven Coop: Cooperative (for co-passing), a multiplayer mod Half-Life.

7Opposing Force: first-person shooter and the most notable addition to the game Half-Life, developed by Gearbox Software and released by Sierra Entertainment October 31, 1999.

8The Specialists: originally created a game command (like Counter-Strike, but with elements of cinematic action games), soon moved to the "Death-Match" game with elements of cinematic action games.

9Team Fortress Classic: is a team-based multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by the Valve Corporation. A remake of the Team Fortress modification for Quake. Team Fortress Classic was originally released for Windows on 7 April 1999 as a free addition to Half-Life.

10Blue Shift Unlocked: second supplement to first-person shooter Half-Life, developed by Gearbox Software and released on June 12, 2001.

11Natural Selection: combines the game from the 1st person and real-time strategy. This is a team game, "Marines against strangers, where one of the Marines assigned to the commander.

12Day of Defeat: Day of Defeat project originated in 2001 as a custom modification of Half-Life. Having received multiple positive reviews, the team did not rest on our laurels, and this has earned an invitation to work in Valve Software.

13Deathmatch Classic: computer games, fashion, style 3D-shooter based on the engine, Half-Life (GoldSrc). Release fashion held together with patch 1.1.0.7. DMC was conceived as a remake of the popular Valve multiplayer games from id Software, Quake.

14Underworld Bloodline: a modification created to advertise the movie Underworld (Sony Pictures), the approximate release date is - 19 September.

15BrainBread: cooperative multiplayer first-person action game where you must fend off zombie classic.

16Zombie Panic!: a modification in which a group of survivors fighting against the walking dead. Your task is to develop a series of goals to achieve security and destroy the remaining zombies are still continuing in the area.

17Ricochet: game from Valve Software, known for his hit Half-Life, as well as Team Fortress, Counter-Strike, Day of Defeat and Left 4 Dead, whose action unfolds in the arena are on these platforms.