Mod Halo Pc to Make You Walk on Walls!!!




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Introduction: Mod Halo Pc to Make You Walk on Walls!!!

When your halo skillz just aren't enough...

using a simple mod, enable walking on walls for halo pc. just download some software, and check some boxes!

Step 1: Downloads...

you just need to download hmt 3.5
you can get it here

Step 2: Open Hmt

ok, this was partially quoted from joehadac, and i also used his pic. Thanks joe!

First off start up HMT

Now before we go on press the windows button and "e" or windows explorer

go to OS>Program Files>Microsoft Games>Halo

make a new folder named BACKUP

Copy everything in the maps folder and paste into BACKUP

this is for when you want to revert back to normal halo gameplay

okay continuing... Go back to HMT and go to Open>OS>Program Files>Microsoft Games>Halo>Maps

Open up a multiplayer map like bloodgulch

os means you go to your c drive. just go to start>my computer> c drive.

Step 3: Check Some Stuff...

after you've opened up a multi-player map (blood gulch in this case)
open the tag: [bipd] Biped (2 items), it should be fourth from the top
just click the little plus sign on the left of it, and it should open.

two tags will appear underneath it. click on one.
on the right of the hmt window, you'll see a tag editor box.
at the top, there'll be two check boxes, one will say immune to falling, the other will say walk on walls. click both.
now repeat that, but with the second tag.

when you're done, just close the hmt window, everything is saved already.

Step 4: How to Use, and Extras

to use the walk on walls function, just walk towards a wall/object and look up when you reach it. once your looking up, just try walking and, you'll start walking up it!

you can also walk on bases, vehicles, and even other people!
it basicly makes your feet stick to everything, so you can walk on anything solid. there is a "ceiling" below the sky you see. if you go as high as you can on a wall, then try to walk on the "ceiling".
it'll look like your flying, or walking through thin air.
to get down, just jump (press spacebar) and you'll fall.

have fun and experiment!



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    basicaly walking on walls is almost likes climbing up or down a ladder PS: if u guys r wonderin what the heck my avatar is then heres a pic PSS: This is halo 1 not halo CE or halo 2

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    12 replies

    Umm... Where did you get the Battle Rifle mod?

    get the battle rifle mod on
    and if u liked this post i have tons of more mods on my website for the 145 clan.
    My name on halo trial is Beast145 and i have an epic mod clan and all u gotta do to join is name ur guy on halo trial ______145 and then go to and sign up as a member and u can request mods or browse lots of posted mods which has almost every mod ever and hacks and tools.

    Halo 2 Mod for halo trial

    Do you know of any way to fix the ammo counter so that it doesn't look like that?

    yes there is a way but i screwed it up

    Oh, well... You still did a great jib with the model.

    umm yeah thats just the thing. Its not my model... its from a Halo mod called: Halo 2 Mod For Trial V2

    i would be lucky if i was XD and GUYS CMON 1 MORE COMMENT ON ME AND YOU WILL BE MY 200TH COMMENT!!!

    well kinda, but not really, when you walk on walls, your feet stick to everything, and when you walk up a wall, other players see you sideways stuck to a wall

     thanx that was AWESOME It really helped me

    Okay, it is telling me that,"Controls cannot be displayed, because a supported tag has not been selected." Any tips?

    4 replies

    ok, did you click on a tag in the left column? Those tags are like categories for what you want to mod.

    Yes, I did try that. If by clicking on a tag, you mean selecting an item. (for example, effects/weapons/assault rifle/fire bullet).

    Could it be because I'm using Windows 2000?