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Synergy
Developer(s)

Synergy Team

Release date(s)

Early 2005

Genre(s)

First-person shooter

Mode(s)

Co-op

Platform(s)

Windows, macOS, Linux

Distribution

Steam

Input

Keyboard and mouse

Engine

Source

Synergy is a co-operative multiplayer mod for Half-Life 2, Lost Coast, Episode One, Episode Two, and SiN Episodes: Emergence. It also includes fan-made cooperative maps, as well as support for the mods MINERVA, Riot Act and City 7: Toronto Conflict. It is available for download on Steam.

Synergy has been around since early 2005; the first release was in September of 2005. Synergy stemmed from two older mods, Dev Coop and DC Cooperative 2. The latter has been around since 2003.[1]

The latest version, version 56.16, was released on May 28th, 2015.[2]

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[edit] Features

Synergy allows players to play through the Half-Life 2 saga, including Half-Life 2 and its episodes, in their entirety, cooperatively. It also has the ability to mount other third-party mods (and games), as well as featuring separate co-op maps.[3]

[edit] See also

[edit] References

  1. FAQ on the Synergy offical website
  2. Development on the Synergy official website
  3. Features on the Synergy offical website

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