Project Safehouse Vault-Tec's most notable product was the vault. Officially, the vaults were part of “Project Safehouse”, designed to protect the American population from nuclear holocaust. In actuality, they had a more sinister purpose, a project known as the “"Societal Preservation Program" The vaults could not possibly have saved the citizens of the United States from the ravages of a nuclear war or a viral pandemic. With a population of almost 400 million by 2077, the U.S. would have needed over 400,000 Vaults to protect every man, woman and child. Vault-Tec was commissioned by the American government to build only 122 such vaults...

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Aedelric
Aedelric Jul 1 2013, 6:52am says:

This is looking great, I hope they are all animated as nicely as they look.

You use the first mission for testing purposes I see, how is your level design coming along?

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RobertHouse Author
RobertHouse Jul 1 2013, 2:07pm replied:

Yup, sprite has smooth animations ;)
My level designing is going good, map update soon.

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Hang-Lip Creator
Hang-Lip Jul 2 2013, 5:10am replied:

I wish level design was more flexible, like with the tiles ive made, its guna be a real headache to cut them up, apply bounding box, gaaaaah.

Im not really a fan of lego made maps, i prefer realistic landscapes.

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RobertHouse Author
RobertHouse Jul 2 2013, 2:06pm replied:

Ya, I prefer 3D games.

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Hang-Lip Creator
Hang-Lip Jul 3 2013, 1:13am replied:

Its not that you cant have realistic terrain, its the limitations of the bounding box that makes it difficult to set up.

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RobertHouse Author
RobertHouse Jul 3 2013, 4:20am replied:

yeah that really bugs me. Takes more time to cut stuff up and do all that.

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***Geroj***
***Geroj*** Jul 1 2013, 11:05am says:

Fantastic sprites

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RobertHouse Author
RobertHouse Jul 1 2013, 2:10pm replied:

You will see more of these "Fantastic sprites" as Last Vegas ages.

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BrokenVegas
BrokenVegas Jul 29 2013, 11:28am says:

Really nice.

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RobertHouse Author
RobertHouse Oct 18 2013, 5:41am replied:

The man.

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