The Sven Co-op website has details on how the Sven Co-op mod for the original Half-Life is becoming a standalone game, as Valve is granting the team behind the modification access to the full Half-Life source code to create a custom version of the engine. The standalone game will be offered for free on Steam, and will not require ownership of the original Half-Life (though it's hard to imagine someone would be interested in this project but would not pay the $2.49 it would cost to get the game right now on Steam). Word is: "Full engine access will allow many previously impossible features to be added to the game, as well as new functionality for Half-Life's level editor, Hammer. Features such as Steam achievements will also be possible." No ETA for the standalone edition is offered yet.
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