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Snark Pit

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Snark Pit
Designer(s)

Dario Casali[1]

Game(s)
Game mode(s)
  • Deathmatch
  • Teamplay
Filename(s)
  • snark_pit
  • snark_pit2 (PS2 map)

Snark Pit is a multiplayer map in Half-Life. It was included with the game on release. Dario Casali's signature can be found in the map using the noclip mode.

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Behind the scenes[edit]

Snark Pit is based on one of Casali's previous maps known as DCDM3, one in a series of deathmatch maps he created in 1997 for Quake while waiting for his visa to work at Valve.[2] The name of the map is hldm3 in the leaked Half-Life: Source map pack (hl-wc-maps). This may be the original title of the map.

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