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Action Half-Life

Action Half-Life is designed to simulate the experience of being in an Action movie. Movies like Hard Boiled, Face Off, and Die Hard are the inspiration for Action Half-Life.

Action Half-Life aims for something called 'Movie Realism.' This means that you can take a few bullets and keep fighting. You can fall from a two story roof and only hurt your leg. You can bandage a wound in seconds. This doesn't mean you're invincible however, as hits to the head from large caliber weapons are instantly fatal, but a headshot even from a small pistol will put you within an inch of your life.

Of course, stunts play a large part in action movies, and likewise, play a large part in Action Half-Life. Dives, rolls, and long jumps can be executed for style and tactical advantage. There's nothing quite like diving through a window and capping the bad guy in the head before you hit the ground. This is a game of style and fun, not obsessive realism.

Action Half-Life: The Directors Cut

Action Half-Life: The Directors Cut is a project started by the Ministry of Action. The Ministry is a group of people who still enjoy Action Half-Life and think that it has a life ahead of it. In our opinion Action Half-Life is a wonderful formula for online play, but a few bad design decisions spoiled the brew.

Thus we have been busy making improvements to Action Half-Life v1, which was meant to be the final one. We have tried to improve overall accessibility, weapon behavior and content. At release we will put up a big changes list that shows all new features and changes.

We hope that this new version will get some people playing again. We also aim to maintain a flow of new players coming in and trying out Action Half-Life. Maybe people will even be inspired again to make new content. We are realistic and do not expect 200 players by tomorrow; but Action Half-Life still has plenty to offer!





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