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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Radu_IceMan
Radu_IceMan Jan 6 2012, 4:04pm says:

It's so hot that it's on fire.

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Ziggylata
Ziggylata Jan 6 2012, 4:31pm says:

"All Aperture Science technologies remain safely operational up to 4000 degrees kelvin, rest assured that there is absolutely no chance of a dangerous equipment malfunction prior to your victory candescence. Goodbye!"

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Oskutin
Oskutin Jan 6 2012, 4:36pm says:

In Aperture, yes, but.
Not sure about 60 year old electrical boxes and things.

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Dr.Goupyl
Dr.Goupyl Jan 6 2012, 4:54pm says:

electrical boxes ?
that's becoming interesting...

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RocketSurgery
RocketSurgery Jan 7 2012, 1:37am says:

nice textures

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AwesomeOneXXIV
AwesomeOneXXIV Jan 12 2012, 1:45am says:

One question - are the lines over the edges of the untextured props just placeholders, or will that be incorporated into the visuals/UI?

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|Yucca|
|Yucca| Jan 12 2012, 11:11am replied:

The lines are UV coordinate lines that make texturing easier. Final texture won't have any lines on it.

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