Half Life: Science & Industry 0.98 Beta4

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Science and Industry is a teamplay mod for Half-Life, in which players assume the role of Security Officer in one of two rival corporations striving for domination in the cutthroat world of chemical and weapons research and development.

As security officer, it is your job to acquire and protect your company's most valuable human resources -- scientists. Scientists conduct research and develop new products, bringing your company profit. Conveniently, the products your company's scientists develop take the form of new weapons that you and your fellow security officers can use to pound the other company into submission.

Your company needn't be happy just letting it's small staff of scientists toil away at new developments when there are plenty more scientist resources ripe for the picking at the competition. Stealing scientists from your rivals is a great way to boost productivity and keep those new weapons coming, but of course your competition has the same tactics in mind. So defending your company's scientists is just as important as "finding" new ones. Of course, the vagaries of particle physics are difficult to ponder in the middle of a firefight, so if you expect your scientists to be productive, you'd better keep the fight as far from them as possible.

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Half Life: Science & Industry 0.98 Beta4

0.98 is just in beta stage, it's not the latest official release. And the file is a patch from 0.97a too, it's not the whole thing.If you want to play you have to get the 0.97a version, that's the good version, get it from [url removed] public servers are runing the 0.97a version. Wait a few weeks/months more for the official 0.98 release.

Half Life: Science & Industry 0.98 Beta4

CS ownz DoD. It's your preference I suppose, but yeah WWII is all nice and all but CS has a hell lot more servers for starters, and then it's a lot faster paced with the same emphasis on team oriented combat. The fact that you aren't respawning until the round ends is a nice touch too, expecially when it's ending up near that last frickin flag. Oh and those stupid machine guns in DoD are more accurate than sniper rifles almost going at full auto. Sorry but that kind blows, though it is fun once in a while when you're on the right side of that gun.

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