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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Orange_Tomato Oct 16 2012, 1:53pm says:

google earth lol :P

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Oskutin Oct 16 2012, 1:54pm replied:

Not really :P

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Orange_Tomato Oct 16 2012, 3:47pm replied:

Just some irony and noob imitation here dont worry :D

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Diamond00744 Oct 16 2012, 2:30pm buried:


И в чём же здесь фишка и подвох?

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VIOLATION Oct 16 2012, 5:06pm says:

Looks nice. I'm not sure if it's been asked before, but will there be a sort of "GPS" or Minimap that players can use to tell their location? I assume it would look similar to this if there was.

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Oskutin Oct 16 2012, 5:13pm replied:

Maybe we could add something like that to player's smartphone.

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Oskutin Oct 16 2012, 5:20pm replied:

Actually thats a damn good idea! We'll be definedly using somekind of tracking for players path. And in more open and larger maps player has more highresolution imagery available.

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|Yucca| Oct 16 2012, 6:13pm replied:

We also thought about adding other apps to the smartphone, like notes and calculator, so the player doesn't need to use those IRL if he/she doesn't want to.

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The_Error Oct 17 2012, 7:03am replied:

Notes, yes.

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tile Oct 19 2012, 7:20pm says:

can you explain how you make a make a satalite map? i'd like to just for the heck of it. :P

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SinisterExaggerator Oct 20 2012, 1:37pm replied:

The way i would do it is google earth take a pic use the clone stamp in photoshop to erase some bits to shape the land and clone stamp some parts of the map to make it less like the original satilite pic.

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|Yucca| Oct 21 2012, 2:55pm replied:

Exactly. It's a collage of different satellite picture from Google Maps.

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Fictional satellite picture of the city.

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