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Half-Life: Singularity Collapse

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Half-Life: Singularity Collapse
Director

Leonard Menchiari

Producer

Leonard Menchiari

Story / Screenplay
  • Leonard Menchiari
  • Giulio Perrone
  • Justin Yngelmo
  • Hart Houston
  • Alex Choate
  • Zachary Wong
  • JJ Conway
  • Dustin Muenchow
Based on

Half-Life 2
Half-Life 2: Episode One
Half-Life 2: Episode Two

Music

Danny Baranowsky

Cinematography

Leonard Menchiari

Editing

Leonard Menchiari

Studio

Independent

Released

July 12, 2011

Runtime

00:08:32

Country

USA

Language

English

budget

$1000 (USD)

Half-Life: Singularity Collapse (rendered as HALF-LIFE - Singularity Collapse) is a short independent fan film based on the Half-Life 2 story arc. It was released on YouTube on July 12, 2011.

Plot[edit]

The story follows a Citizen who has his apartment raided by Civil Protection and wife killed. He wakes up in a Memory Replacement device, and is saved by the Resistance who attack the building. He joins them in Combine occupation of Earth, in an attempt to eliminate a massive Superportal that the Combine is attempting to open artificially outside of City 17. The rebels are all eventually killed, but he manages to destroy the portal, and escapes with a Scout Car, but crashes and ends up in front of Gordon Freeman, standing on a debris mound with his crowbar.

Production[edit]

Singularity Collapse took more than a year to be made, with a total budget of around $1,000. The soundtrack was composed by Danny Baranowsky, who also composed Super Meat Boy's soundtrack. Most of the special effects were made with Adobe After Effects.[1]

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