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Posted by: Bulk
Date posted: Sep 29 2003
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Description: Valve hammer editor, the official level design tool for Half-Life.
The one and only "Hammer", formally WorldCraft. This editor is number one for a reason, in that it's by far the easiest to use to develope and work with Half-Life maps. For more infomation on how to use hammer, you'll want to stop by our Level Design section.

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Posted By: EarthQuake on Dec 01 2003 at 01:29:09
Hamm3r pwnz joo!

Posted By: Bulk on Dec 01 2003 at 01:52:01
Yes.. yes it does.

Posted By: EarthQuake on Dec 01 2003 at 02:13:36
Wasn't there a 3.5 beta? Or have you decided it wasn't stable enough to be put here?

Posted By: Bulk on Dec 01 2003 at 02:24:27
It didn't run very well for me.. I decided best to stay away from beta stuff :\

Posted By: Jorkapp on Dec 01 2003 at 13:31:59
Beta 3.5 works just fine. Its just kind of tempermental. I would post Worldcraft 2.1 here as well, since it is a viable alternative for those whose graphics cards hate GL.

Posted By: XENO on Dec 02 2003 at 22:46:54
So bulk, you're waiting for the gamma testing phase?
Or delta?

Posted By: EarthQuake on Dec 04 2003 at 22:26:48
If you would consider putting Worldcraft 2.1, then I don't see why putting Hammer 3.5 up is such a bad idea.


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