Siege of Inaolia, The first game from Riftwalker Ltd, intends to put survival games on the map by offering a refined and fresh experience in the form of a game that pays heavy attention to story as well as a high replay value by means of dynamic combat, a game that promotes skill over spam while remaining easy to pick up. Set in the Dark Fantasy world of Ilastria, a world plagued by wars and magic as well as the orcs and their kin, you control one of three unlikely heroes in their struggle to survive within the ancient fortress of Inaolia, a task that they soon come to learn, has the very fate of the world in the balance.

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do_i_ob Sep 15 2012 says:

Love it! Showing the wireframe is a nice touch

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Helmlock Sep 15 2012 replied:

Why thanks! I don't feel confident enough to texture *yet* so all of the texture work is done by our environmental artist Joost, he makes my stuff look good haha!
And the wire frame was shown off because I believe that we had a fan ask for us to show off more of them, who says we don't listen!

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do_i_ob Sep 16 2012 replied:

Oh so the a modeler! Good job! Out of interest what program do you use.

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Helmlock Sep 16 2012 replied:

3Ds Max, though I am trying to get into Zbrush as well.

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booman Sep 17 2012 replied:

It was probably me! I love seeing wireframe too, specially in the lowpoly models... helps me see how the pros do it.

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Helmlock Sep 18 2012 replied:

Haha! No pros here mate, just guys trying to get better at what we do(though our new guy blows my work out of the water)!

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Just a few pieces that were completed recently, two columns made out of modular pieces and a wooden support beam.

Sep 15th, 2012
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