Those most overlooked are often the most important. INFRA puts you into the shoes of a simple structural analyst. Nothing more than a quiet desk jockey assigned to survey some routine structural damage. Quickly though, your mission turns from a mundane trek to a fight for survival. INFRA is what we like to call a gun free exploration game. Instead of large explosions and powerful guns, you will rely on your cunning to survive puzzles in an incredibly detailed world. As you travel through the infrastructure of a city you will find that your actions and thorough observations ultimately determine if others will survive.

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yohoat9
yohoat9 Dec 2 2011, 3:03pm says:

Looks amazing! And by help you name, do you mean just throw random names at you that you might use?

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claytonian
claytonian Dec 2 2011, 3:34pm says:

Name the airport, Arnold Palmer International Airport.

(I boated for your mod, so you have to take my suggestion. :D)

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Oskutin Author
Oskutin Dec 2 2011, 3:40pm says:

Just post some suggestions.
Isn't Palmer airport already in somewhere US?

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Cosine
Cosine Dec 2 2011, 5:20pm says:

Lois LN

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Coppermantis
Coppermantis Dec 3 2011, 7:07pm says:

Sagan Blvd.
Varizite Ave.
Rosencrantz Ave.
Gordon Blvd.

Some random ideas.

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Bubz
Bubz Dec 4 2011, 5:25am says:

Dillicker Drive
Substan Ave.
Pillsburg Blvd.
Asbton Ave.
Hank Hill Ave.

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elite879
elite879 Dec 5 2011, 12:20pm replied:

Propane Drive

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Spooboy
Spooboy Dec 5 2011, 4:09pm says:

Spooboys' erotica shoppe

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someguy38
someguy38 Dec 11 2011, 3:25am says:

Ummm... Cave Johnson International Airport?

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Oskutin Author
Oskutin Dec 12 2011, 12:37pm says:

No one has name for the city?

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Bubz
Bubz Dec 12 2011, 9:50pm says:

City Names:
Glenvale
Norcroft
Maplemore
Brownshart
Hilworth
Tramore
Charleston

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Oskutin Author
Oskutin Dec 14 2011, 5:23pm says:

Names for lakes and rivers?
And for isles and suburbs.

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tile
tile Aug 13 2012, 2:01pm replied:

urbem. it's latin for, you guessed, city.

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blain93
blain93 Dec 17 2011, 8:00pm says:

Seeing as it's like a scandinavian or eastern european setting (i think that's what the architecture resembles anyway) i'd be happy with something Swedish sounding, i.e Småland. something like that?

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We left names out for you to see roads and stuff better.
(By the way, you can help us naming things)

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