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Most of the time the game does not digress from the usual shooter mechanics: moving around, zooming in for better aim and shooting at monsters before they reach the player. The only big difference comes into place when health is low: then rage kicks in and each melee attack becomes an instant kill and restores a little bit of health. Health does not simply spawn in designated spots but in the form of stones - health is regained by shooting them, but they are only available for a short time. The same mechanic applies to chronostones (unleashes negative effects like fog over the map when not destroyed) and soulstones (needs to be destroyed to allow a killed player to respawn). There also is an upgrade meter; when it is filled the next killed monster drops an upgrade which can be applied to one of the four weapon types (melee, handguns, shotguns and fully automatic weapons).
The game's "crunch period" of development began in May/June 1999. It lasted about 18 months, with staff working 12-16 hour days, 7 days a week. The crunch was so bad that developers were held back to work on the game rather than moving onto Lord of Destruction. The developers aimed to release the game by the end of 1999. In late September/early October, David Brevik contacted Mike Morhaime of Blizzard South to announce that the game couldn't be completed within the year. Blizzard South took the news in stride and gave the developers an extension of the crunch period, but urged that the game had to be completed. By this stage of development, the game was in a playable state, but the developers had yet to reach the Hell section of the game (which was implemented in February/March of 2000). 041b061a72