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Blue Meanie

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Blue Meanie
Designer(s)

Richard "Zdim" Carlson

Game(s)

Half-Life: Opposing Force

Game mode(s)
  • Deathmatch
  • Teamplay
Filename(s)

op4_meanie

Blue Meanie, internally named Blue Meanie Base, is a multiplayer map in Half-Life: Opposing Force. It was included with the game on release.

Overview[edit]

Behind the scenes[edit]

Blue Meanie is part of the All-Star Deathmatch maps shipped with Opposing Force, a collection of multiplayer levels created by well-known designers in the industry contracted by Gearbox Software.[1] Developed while working on Thief II at Looking Glass Studios, it was author Richard Carlson's first attempt at creating a Half-Life map.[2]

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