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A total conversion mod running on Half-Life's GoldSrc engine.
Date: May 31, 2019
Developer: Half-Life Rally Team
Genre: Arcade (Cars)
Players: Single-player, 32 player online
Did You Know?
One of five mods to be featured at the 2002 Half-Life Mod Expo in Dallas, Texas.
Convincing driving physics implemented in an engine intended for first person shooters.
Half-Life flashlight repurposed into working headlights. New car reflections, exhaust backfire, and dust trail effects.
Interior, exterior, and TV camera options. Modeled cockpit with moving gauge needles. Full LOD rear view mirror.
Mouse steering possible in addition to keyboard bindings. Controller support may require setup in console or config files.
Circuit and point-to-point race modes. Course variety span different seasons and time of day.
Upgradable speed, acceleration, and handling stats. Earned money and parts last until server map change.
Hot Potato is a negligible arena-based game mode. Development time could've been spent elsewhere.
Some quirks in acceleration and grip physics, particularly on sloped terrain.
Server-side bots are underdeveloped with broken navigation AI. Bots don't work on some courses.
Should You Play This?
Try! Half-Life Rally is one of the many examples that showcase the Half-Life modding talent as it ranks in the likes of DOOM and Quake. Ceased development after its beta release left much to be desired.