Disney's Tower of Terror ride meets Half Life 2 mod

Someone with clearly too much time on their hands has created a pretty good replica of the Disney Tower of Terror ride as a Half Life 2 mod.

Here's a video of what it looks like.


When I say "too much time on their hands" I mean that in a good way! :)

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Robotz Rule4277d ago

Half-Life 2 on the PC and Xbox was great,I own the Xbox version and still play it on my Xbox 360!!!

Neutral Gamer4277d ago

Along with Doom 3, it still amazes me that they managed to actually get it to work on the original Xbox! Very impressive.

The only thing about playing on a console though is that you don't get access to all the user created mods, some of them are pretty cool and show a lot of imagination!

Skizelli4276d ago (Edited 4276d ago )

I love it when people make that comment about someone's work, as if their own time is spent more constructively. Good things take time. That mod looks awesome.

Neutral Gamer4276d ago (Edited 4276d ago )

I was just elaborating from the Joystiq article where they said you needed a lot of free time to do something like this.

It's definitely very impressive, there's no question about that. You have to have a very good mix of design and programming skills to produce that kind of result and maximum respect to the guy.

As for my own constructive use of time, here I am submitting articles and posting comments, surely there's nothing more constructive in this world than using the N4G website.

Hehe. (Kidding) :p

Skizelli4276d ago

Hehe. No offense to you or anyone, of course. I just find it amusing when people say that. We all have our interests and means of passing time. I try not to criticize people for what they love doing. Though that guy that surpassed a gamer score of 100,000 truly has too much time on his hands. :D