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SCP - Containment Breach

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SCP - Containment Breach

Developers: Joonas Rikkonen, Undertow Games, Third Subvision Studio
Platform: Windows
Released internationally: April 15, 2012


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GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.
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<Sanky> please suggest an unused sprite with a clock or something
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SCP - Containment Breach is a horror game based on the SCP Foundation creepypasta. It includes a blink mechanic which can be used against you during the most dire of circum- SNAP!

Unused Graphics

In the game's files, there are a few icons for achievements that do not exist. These are leftovers from SCP Nine Tailed Fox mod, created by Third Subvision Studio.

SCPCB AchvMassage.png File Name: AchvMassage.jpg
This is the achievement icon for a "massage" achievement that isn't in the game. It wasn't saved correctly, as the file extension was incorrectly set to a JPG extension when the actual file itself is a PNG image.
SCPCB AchvNoHud.jpg File Name: AchvNoHud.jpg
This is the achievement icon for an achievement that was probably meant for when the player beats the game without the HUD.
SCPCB BloodOverlay unused.jpg File Name: BloodOverlay.jpg
Unused blood sprite which appear after getting killed while wearing a gas mask. The texture for the blood can still be found in the game's files under the GFX folder from v0.1 & v0.2.
SCPCB UnusedDoor.jpg File Name: door.jpg
Door texture which can be seen in pre-released version of the game. The texture can still be found in the game's files under GFX/map, as it is used for other props.

Unused Models

Chaos Insurgency/Mobile Task Force Variant

SCPCB Chaos Insurgency unused.png

This model was originally intended to be used as the model for the Chaos Insurgency, or possibly a variant of the MTF, in order to distinguish between members of the task force. The model is similar in appearance to the old MTF models, with the exception of a gas mask in place of a visor. The model can be found in the game's files from v0.6-0.6.6 and can be found in the directory SCP - Containment Breach/GFX/npcs/mtf2.b3d. This should not be confused with the new MTF model, which uses the filename MTF2.b3d from v1.0 on.

Unused/Removed SCPs

There are a few SCPs that were removed from the game.

SCPCB SCP-178.png
SCPCB SCP-178-1.png

SCP-178 was a pair of stereoscopic 3-D glasses that, when worn, made the wearer see hostile humanoid entities resembling cicadas and jumping spiders. It was added to the game in v1.1 before being removed in v1.3.10. The item was removed for a few reasons, those being that it was deemed useless compared to other SCPs, it basically served a way for players to kill themselves thinking it was an important item, and that its containment chamber had problems spawning due to the spawning algorithm, which made user "achievement runs" difficult to accomplish.

In the game files until SCP-178's removal were a model and two textures: one for the glasses model itself and one for the screen overlay while the glasses were being worn.

SCPCB SCP-513.png

SCP-513-1 was originally in the v0.1 release. Instead of being summoned when the player activated SCP-513, it would appear after the "cowbell" sound randomly played over the intercom. After it appeared it would stalk the player similar to the final version. However, the developer felt that its random appearance would nullify any possible "good" endings as it would continue to follow the player character. It was removed in v0.2. In v0.8 it was reintroduced but could only be summoned by the player activating SCP-513.

SCPCB SCP-650.png

SCP-650 was proposed by a user on the SCP - Containment Breach forums. After reading the proposal, Regalis considered adding it into the game if a model was made due to the fact that it could be easily implemented. Progress for the project became very slow and eventually fell apart altogether due to overall lack of morale from fellow members of the community. Inevitably, all progress came to a halt and no attempts have been made to finish the model. The project is thus presumed cancelled.

SCPCB SCP-689.png

A model and containment room was created for SCP-689 in the hope of better utilizing the eye mechanics in the game. It was intended that whenever the player made eye contact with SCP-689, they would have to maintain it. Should they take their eyes off SCP-689, it would instantly kill them. Regalis (while in favor of better use of the eye mechanics) deemed SCP-689 "too powerful and over-the-top", and decided on not including the SCP in the game.

The SCP-689 model can be found in the game's files from v0.1-0.5.5 in the directory SCP - Containment Breach/GFX/npcs/statue.x. Two bare-bones textures can be found in the files from v0.1-0.2 in the directory SCP - Containment Breach/GFX/npcs/statue.jpg and statue2.jpg.

SCPCB SCP-1074 no 714.png

SCP-1074 was a painting that would force the player to stare at it until they eventually died, similar to SCP-012. If the player was wearing night vision goggles or SCP-714 they would be unaffected. There is a model with two textures.

Version Differences

The game has been in development for nearly 7 years, and in that time frame, many major improvements and changes have been made to the game.

Graphical Changes

SCP-914's Label

In v0.6.6, the text for SCP-914 to use label which side is which was changed from "Input" to "Intake".

v0.1 to v0.6.5 v0.6.6 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-v0.1-914labels.jpg SCPCB-Comparison-v0.6.6-914labels.jpg

SCP-079's Face

v0.1 to v0.2.1 v0.3 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-v0.1-079face.jpg SCPCB-Comparison-v0.3-079face.jpg

Hand Icon

v0.1 to v0.2.1 v0.3 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB Old Handsymbol.png SCPCB Handsymbol.png

Wall Textures

v0.1 to v0.1.2 v0.2 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB Old Whitewall.jpg SCPCB Whitewall.jpg
v0.1 to v0.1.2 v0.2 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCP CB Old White.jpg SCPCB White.jpg

The Launcher's Background

The launcher's background image, launcher.jpg, went through some changes as well, including the placement of blood stains.

v0.1 v0.1.1 to v0.9 v0.9.1 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-v0.1-launcher.jpg SCPCB-Comparison-v0.1.1-launcher.jpg SCPCB-Comparison-v0.9.1-launcher.jpg

Radio Sprite

v0.1 to v0.2 (unused) v0.2.1 to v0.9.1 v0.9.2 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB v0.1Radio.png SCPCB v0.2.1Radio.png SCPCB v0.9.2RadioHUD.png

Navigator Sprite

v0.1 to v0.9.1 v0.9.2 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB OldNavigator.png SCPCB NewNavigator.png

Model Updates

As the game's development cycle went on, SCPs and other characters have had their models updated since their implementation into the game.

SCP-049 and SCP-049-2

In v1.0, SCP-049 and SCP-049-2 both received new models. The latter's model was changed to resemble a guard.

v0.7 to v0.9.3 v1.0 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-049-Old.png SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-049-New.png
v0.7 to v0.9.3 v1.0 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-049-2-Old.png SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-049-2-New.png

SCP-096

Although SCP-096 was given a new model in v0.6.5, its old model was retextured and repurposed for SCP-513-1 when the latter was re-implemented in v0.8. SCP-096's newer model received a reduced polycount in v1.3 but is otherwise visually unchanged.

v0.6 to v0.6.4 v0.6.5 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-096-Old.png SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-096-New.png

SCP-106

Among the first few SCPs added to the game, SCP-106 got a new model in v0.6.

v0.1 to v0.5.6 v0.6 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-106-Old.png SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-106-New.png

SCP-173

Notably, SCP-173 has had the most major model updates of all SCPs in the game, having had three different models. However, the first one was only used during the Indev testing phase, and was changed for the game's initial release. Its current model was implemented in v0.2, and given further improvements in v0.5, as well as a bunch of optimizations through various updates.

Indev v0.1 to v0.1.2 v0.2 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-173-Indev.png SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-173-0.1.png SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-173-0.2-Current.png

SCP-500-01

One of the smallest visual updates gave the SCP-500-01 pill a new look in v0.9.1. The most noticeable change is the white half of the pill being recoloured red, like the other half.

v0.7 to v0.9 v0.9.1 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-500-Old.png SCPCB-Comparison-SCP-500-New.png

D-Class Personnel

D-class personnel have had three different models. Notably, the first iteration had a strange broken texture, whereas the third and current iteration has two different texture variants, with one of the variants being based on the second iteration.

v0.1 to v0.5.6 v0.6 to v0.6.3 v0.6.4 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-D-Class-0.1.png SCPCB-Comparison-D-Class-0.6.png SCPCB-Comparison-D-Class-0.6.4-Current.png

Guard

The guards, seen in various places across the facility, have had the most noticeable updates of any character, with four different models. The first two models are practically identical, with the exception of the second iteration being untextured. The first and second iteration wielded a HK G36 instead of the FN P90 that the other two iterations have.

Indev v0.1 to v0.3.2 v0.5 to v0.9.3 v1.0 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-Guard-Indev.png SCPCB-Comparison-Guard-0.1.png SCPCB-Comparison-Guard-0.5.png SCPCB-Comparison-Guard-1.0-Current.png

Nine-Tailed Fox

Mobile Task Force Epsilon-11 ("Nine-Tailed Fox") was added to the game in v0.5 as a more active version of the guards. The v1.0 update gave them an updated model that makes them visually different to the guards.

v0.5 to v0.9.3 v1.0 to v1.3.11 (Latest)
SCPCB-Comparison-NTF-Old.png SCPCB-Comparison-NTF-New.png

Development Text

In SCP-294.ini, there is some development-related text which is just a guide for how to add your own drinks into the file.

;color = the color of the liquid
;alpha = the transparency of the liquid (0.0 = invisible, 1.0 = nontransparent)
;glow = makes the liquid glow (true/false)

;sound = the sound clip played when the player drinks the liquid
;dispensesound = the sound clip played when the liquid is dispensed ("SFX\SCP\294\dispense1.ogg" by default). 

;lethal = true/false
;deathmessage = the text shown in the game over -screen if the player dies when drinking the liquid

;blur = how many seconds the screen stays blurry after drinking the liquid
;message = a text shown on the screen after drinking the liquid
;damage = increases the injuries-value
;blood loss = increases the blood loss - value
;stomachache = true/false, has the same effect as appendicitis caused by SCP-1025 (decreased stamina and messages about stomach ache)

;stamina effect = changes how fast stamina decreases (1.0 = normal speed, 2.0 = decreases twice as fast, 0.0 = doesn't decrease at all)
;stamina effect timer = the amount of time it takes before stamina effect wears off
;blink effect, blink effect timer

;explosion = true/false, creates an explosion similar to the one at Gate B

Development-related text in 1499chunks.ini:

;WARNING: Editing this file might cause some several issues with the saving system (if you load a game)!
;After you edited this file you should NOT load a save file where you entered "dimension1499" before!