Overgrowth takes place in the savage world of Lugaru where rabbits, wolves and other animals are forced to use paws, claws and medieval weaponry to engage each other in battle. Combining 3rd person adventure platforming with intricate melee combat, Overgrowth achieves a unique feel. Overgrowth also benefits from Wolfire's brand new Phoenix Engine which has been built from the ground up to allow the use of cutting edge graphics, animation, and physics. Add to these exciting features Overgrowth’s realistic artificial intelligence and streamlined control system and the result is an astoundingly immersive experience.

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Dremth
Dremth Dec 6 2008, 2:18pm says:

sweet

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SupaNinjaMan
SupaNinjaMan Dec 6 2008, 2:35pm says:

only 238 tris?
how?
amazing texture btw.

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BadgerDeluxe
BadgerDeluxe Dec 6 2008, 3:59pm says:

Wow nice! :D Purrty.

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Bird_of_Prey
Bird_of_Prey Dec 6 2008, 8:37pm says:

Really nice. Unequal design!

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Frozencloud
Frozencloud Dec 7 2008, 1:03am says:

Hell yeah! :D

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weroper.GX
weroper.GX Dec 7 2008, 8:31am says:

Awesome!

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daleluck1313
daleluck1313 Dec 7 2008, 1:43pm says:

Wow, original! I love the texture - can't wait to see it in action :D

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masternave
masternave Dec 8 2008, 10:41am says:

I loved lugaru, years and years back. It got me into indie games. I look forward to seeing this one finally finished.

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RogerRamjet
RogerRamjet Dec 9 2008, 3:27am says:

Nice work...

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Nightfall47
Nightfall47 Dec 10 2008, 8:15pm says:

The only thing I don't like is the handle; the rest is awesome

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Ilsamir_Lord
Ilsamir_Lord Dec 21 2008, 6:22pm says:

Looks cool!

Just wondering what the wooded space above the guard on one side of the blade would be used for?

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takos_360
takos_360 Mar 28 2009, 4:13pm replied:

I think its used to attatch the blade to the handle.

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Ralok
Ralok Dec 30 2008, 12:27am says:

this sword reminds me of my childhood

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ShadowWolf93
ShadowWolf93 Jan 1 2009, 9:44am says:

i wasn't far of in my imagine

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skippyledoodangle
skippyledoodangle Dec 24 2009, 12:01pm says:

Wow that thing looks mean

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"When I started work on this sword, I decided I wanted something that looked original but still functional. After experimenting I came up with this shape. The extended handle on the back of the blade is so that a hand can be moved up for extra leverage when pressing the sword after a strike, or if the blade gets stuck.

The model is only using 238 triangles."

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