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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bikkebakke Mar 27 2010 buried:


Video not found :/

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Jokerme Mar 27 2010 says:

RIP robot :(

Welcome Robbert ^^

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Myloman Mar 27 2010 says:

Inspiring stuff man. Excellent progress :)

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Sheap1440 Mar 28 2010 says:

I wanna have this editor right now!

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pzea469 Jul 4 2010 says:

you guys are amazing, keeping my eyes open for this one. Keep it up!

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DonChubo Sep 25 2010 says:

Err, is everyone's character a rabbit, or will more species be added?

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MarcusM Nov 11 2010 replied:

I suppose the main character is staying rabbit, but yes, there will be more species:

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Aquilia Nov 10 2010 says:


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marksman52 Nov 17 2010 says:

hmmmm correct me if I'm wrong because i have no clue how any of this works. But since you can create custom skeletons it seems to me like implementing breakable bones would work , just like program it to where another join pops up in the middle of a bone if it gets broke. (i know its not as simple as that I'm just a noob wondering something)

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Aquilia Nov 23 2010 replied:

Does sound like a good idea. Maybe you could have it so that when a limb is broken, the joint won't stop when it goes straight, so, for example, if you break a leg, rather than stopping when it extends fully, it'll bend forward as well to some extent.

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Serygala Nov 30 2010 says:

Guess what! You guys are awesome!

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OptimusRhyme Jan 29 2011 says:

Sorry what program is this? does it include carving and sculpting or did you use zbrush?

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feather240 Feb 13 2011 says:

That's so awesome! :'D

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John.d.h Jun 4 2011 says:

In-editor animation? O.O SWEET!

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Blog.wolfire.com The scripting system is in, and our Phoenix Engine technologies are starting to work together. This video offers a brief demonstration of just how easy it is to merge custom animations with custom scripts.

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Mar 27th, 2010
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