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{{DISPLAYTITLE:Half-Life .wad Files}}
 
{{DISPLAYTITLE:Half-Life .wad Files}}
 
[[File:HL1_Logo.svg.png|link=Half-Life]] [[WAD|.wad]] files are files filled with textures that [[Half-Life]] can read (Can be made using wally).
 
[[File:HL1_Logo.svg.png|link=Half-Life]] [[WAD|.wad]] files are files filled with textures that [[Half-Life]] can read (Can be made using wally).
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.wad files are also packages of textures that can be loaded into Hammer 3.4 and J.A.C.K.
 
{{warning|These files are not able to be used in [[Half-Life 2]]}}
 
{{warning|These files are not able to be used in [[Half-Life 2]]}}
 
{{tip|You can convert [[WAD|.wad]] to [[VMT|.vmt]]. See more about it [[WAD to VMT conversion|here]]}}
 
{{tip|You can convert [[WAD|.wad]] to [[VMT|.vmt]]. See more about it [[WAD to VMT conversion|here]]}}
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::{{tip|You can also check out youtube on how you can make .wad files for [[Half-Life]]}}
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[[Category: File formats]]

Latest revision as of 09:23, 24 May 2020

HL1 Logo.svg.png .wad files are files filled with textures that Half-Life can read (Can be made using wally). .wad files are also packages of textures that can be loaded into Hammer 3.4 and J.A.C.K.

Warning.png Warning: These files are not able to be used in Half-Life 2
Tip.png Tip: You can convert .wad to .vmt. See more about it here
Tip.png Tip: You can also check out youtube on how you can make .wad files for Half-Life