Alpha Project: Line of Fire is an tactical FPS(First-Person-Shooter) with fully functional multiplayer features. :P Go Down for more info.
1 comment by CyberGameArts on Sep 23rd, 2012
Heretic Studio's Project Lead gives us an update about the newly merged project between the two studios.
An exciting bit of news for Line of Fire and Alpha Project fans!
FPSProject V0.07 - Much is improved and please give us your feedback. Greetings from the staff of Remixgames.
FPSProject V0.06 with early apache test and multiplayer FFA.
This small release contains the Early Artillery, C8A1 Carbine Rifle and Glock 17 Pistol.
Hey, please make an BIIG update.
And , a new name ... a new name would be good. ^^
We are working very hard on a new update.
lot better lot more interesting
Looked good so far, but the people have problems with the stairs. You can't go up with them, and if you jump then you move backwards. :s
That is a very old bug. It is already fixed :P
Hey richard, i'm NOT in war arm team ANYMORE, because theu're a bunch of idiots. I left they're group cause they are using illegal materials from other games, and they are sayng that you gave thoos assets to them. Can i join your team? I'm a 3D artist, and i need a team to make some expirience.
Hey, just so you know we wouldn't ride you off because you were with wararm. We already have everyone we need for the beginning of this development.You may be able to help later on if you submit your resume or work to us. Good luck with your future endeavors.
jesus christ that has to be one of the best covers ive ever seen for a game. if this gets out there i would LOVE to have the cover of the game on a t shirt. look SO badass
What Engine is this running on?
on the Unity 3D game engine
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