- Dec 16, 2007
In an alternate universe this game came out after Wolfenstein 3D and stole Doom 2's thunder.
Bore you to bricks. or kill you.Daemascus said:
Thank you, now I can never build a pillow fort ever again, the last ounce of my childhood has died.LitleWaffle said:Nightmare Enemy = The Creeperssycoesis said:
Have you ever been ninja'd by one of those things? If you haven't you'll understand when it does...
[small]And it will...[/small]
It's so true actually, the clip isn't even 2 minutes long and I was bored rigid half way in, they even made the damn level all gray.Aaron.R said:So, what they've done is taken what I understand to be a pretty unique and quirky game and used it to recreate one of the blandest and most streamlined experiences available in gaming? Time well spent.
That's because it is the bow, simply switch bow texture to assault rifle, arrows to bullets, change bow to riffle sound and up the fire rate.standokan said:Haha, you still have to aim like its a bow ^,^
Stuff like this is not about wanting to play halo on minecraft. It's about trying to recreate it on minecraft. It's not about halo itself but the challenge of making it work on a completely different game.Aaron.R said:(...)
To be fair, it's technically impressive, but seems kind of pointless. I mean, it definitely showcases the diversity of Minecraft's engine (after it's been hacked to pieces) for future modders who might be a bit more creative. But I don't understand people going "Oh wowza, gosh I hope they make this map from Halo with this feature from Halo. Then I can pretend I'm playing Halo!" Halo already exists in many basically identical iterations, so just go play Halo.
No, I haven't.Daemascus said: