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Paradox Park

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Paradox Park

Half-Life: Opposing Force

Game mode(s)
  • Deathmatch
  • Teamplay
  • Command Point
  • op4_park
  • op4cp_park

Paradox Park is a map in the multiplayer mode of Half-Life: Opposing Force. The standard deathmatch version was included with the game on release while the command point version was added in patch version[2]


The map takes place in an industrial-looking park during the nighttime. There is an indoor, outdoor, and small underwater area. There is also a small carriage that travels around the map. If the player enters it, they can change its speed and direction.

Behind the scenes[edit]

Paradox Park 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.[3]


  1. Opposing Force CTF credits (op4ctf_credits.txt)
  2. Opposing Force & Blue Shift Patches on Planet Half-Life
  3. An Interview With Randy Pitchford of Gearbox Software on Planet Half-Life (March 20, 2000) (archived)