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== Directly supported games ==
 
== Directly supported games ==

Latest revision as of 17:11, 24 June 2020

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Directly supported games

The Source SDK supports editing for the following games directly:

Note.png Note: Half-Life: Source requires you to manually add a new entry to gameconfig.txt.

The following games have their own Source SDKs or Authoring Tools:

User-supported

Unsupported games

The Source SDK does not support editing for the following games:

Half-Life SDK 2.3 should be used for GoldSource games such as Half-Life. It includes an old version of Hammer editor, 3.4, which should be updated to 3.5 manually.

Note.png Note: Half-Life and other GoldSrc games can utilize some features of the Hammer world editor, though this is unsupported.