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Has Valve ever developed a game that doesn't run on Source (or Goldsource)?

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Currently all that I can find on Google is Source games that weren't worked on or published by Valve. Just curious.

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4 minutes ago, WereCat said:

Half Life 1 was originally made on a modified Quake engine 

I forgot to mention Goldsource as well (which I assume is the Quake mod you're talking about)

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Doesn't seem like it. It's been the basis of great games that shaped the PC gaming industry and also their hallmark and legacy by now. Looking at Half-Life: Alyx I don't care in the slightest. At this point I'd almost be worried if a Valve game didn't use Source.

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52 minutes ago, tikker said:

Doesn't seem like it. It's been the basis of great games that shaped the PC gaming industry and also their hallmark and legacy by now. Looking at Half-Life: Alyx I don't care in the slightest. At this point I'd almost be worried if a Valve game didn't use Source.

Source is the source of games

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