0 A.D. is a free, open-source, cross-platform real-time strategy (RTS) game of ancient warfare. It's a historically-based war/economy game that allows players to relive or rewrite the history of twelve ancient civilizations, from Iberia to Mauryan India, each depicted at their peak of economic growth and military prowess. Developed using Pyrogenesis, a ground-breaking new game engine custom-built to suit this project, 0 A.D. will give players a rich and entertaining real-time gaming experience.

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Prettyboy326 Jul 13 2011, 1:47am says:


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_Jinz_ Jul 13 2011, 4:15am says:

Holy ****!

That looks so... smooth (if you get what I mean, usually games like this with walls have square tiles where you build uppon, but the palisades here look very realistic for not being blocky, they twist and curve etc).

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Mythos_Ruler Jul 13 2011, 4:21am says:

Pureon made these palisades purely without direction. He's very good with architectural detailing. We are lucky to have him aboard! :)

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maffo Jul 13 2011, 5:17am says:

im going to play this game hardcore when its finished, it looks very good and smooth, but for me its right now still to empty

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Tpiom Jul 13 2011, 7:26am says:

Is this a building or several ones (walls, towers, etc.)?

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AirborneSn1p3r Jul 13 2011, 1:09pm replied:

i think its one, very nice either way

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_Jinz_ Jul 13 2011, 4:38pm replied:

That's the thing, there are 4 buildings, 4 paisade segments (I think, there could be gate things there but I don't know TBH, haven't got palisades in this Alpha yet so whatever), and 1 tower. This isn't just one building, and that's why this is great.

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AnarchyDom Jul 13 2011, 11:19am says:

Excellent! The design on this is really well done.

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Mythos_Ruler Jul 14 2011, 4:36am says:

Right, this is multiple palisade segments, rounded corner segments, end segments, and "palisade forts" which are the gnarly towers.

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Mythos_Ruler Jul 14 2011, 4:38am replied:

Forgot the spikes. :) Those are separate too. This is better than doing one big model, so designers can make all kinds of shapes in their scenarios.

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alphaflight83 Jul 14 2011, 5:57pm says:

This looks so cool, the most beautiful palisades ever. If they look that beautiful when built over height differences, it's gonna be pure awesomeness.

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bosnian_dragon Jul 15 2011, 7:34am says:

Amazing work, I love the look of it.

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fightermedic Jul 15 2011, 7:52am says:

looks extremley natural!

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New palisades by Pureon.

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