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Overgrowth is a third-person 3D action game that allows you to leap and climb through sprawling levels as a ninja rabbit, and engage in intricate and brutal combat with a variety of weapons and enemies. It is still very much in development, so while the mechanics and features are mostly in place, there is no campaign, and players mostly...
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“Thank you for checking out our Early Access page! If you support us now, you will be able to try out the combat mechanics in the arena prototype, duel your friends on the same machine by hooking up two controllers, and use the integrated level editor to explore and modify a number of included environments. You will be able to try out the features in the new alpha videos as soon as they are released.

However! The game is still undergoing very active development, so you can expect bugs and performance issues as the game progresses and changes. In its current state, it is more like a sandbox of technology and martial arts, and less like a story-driven action-adventure. If you want to play through a polished campaign, you may want to wait until the game is fully completed! If you would like to have fun experimenting with our technology and mechanics as they evolve, and support us as we complete the game, then now is a great time to join our community.

Sincerely,
David Rosen”
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Free copy of Receiver!

23 enero 2014

We just extended the Overgrowth/Receiver package deal to Steam as well as direct sales, so you should receive a free copy of Receiver in your library if you purchase Overgrowth! This also retroactively includes all users who have already purchased it.

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Overgrowth Alpha 205 is live!

23 enero 2014

This alpha features the new in-game settings screen, which allows you to change graphics, input and debug options live in-game without having to restart. Check out the details here: http://blog.wolfire.com/2014/01/Overgrowth-a205-video-changelog

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Overgrowth is a third-person 3D action game that allows you to leap and climb through sprawling levels as a ninja rabbit, and engage in intricate and brutal combat with a variety of weapons and enemies. It is still very much in development, so while the mechanics and features are mostly in place, there is no campaign, and players mostly experiment with the easy-to-use modding tools, and fighting in the arena.

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    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: Passmark CPU 1000 or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Passmark GPU 200 or better with OpenGL 2.0 support
    • Hard Drive: 7 GB available space

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    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS 10.6 or later
    • Processor: Passmark CPU 1000 or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Passmark GPU 200 or better with OpenGL 2.0 support
    • Hard Drive: 7 GB available space

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    Minimum:
    • Processor: Passmark CPU 1000 or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Passmark GPU 200 or better with OpenGL 2.0 support
    • Hard Drive: 7 GB available space
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Sin lugar a dudas estamos ante un juego que promete, y mucho. El realismo de los movimientos, como la calidad física empleada en ellos, hacen del hecho de ver a nuestro personaje moverse por el entorno un gozo a los ojos. El arte, el diseño tanto de los lobos como, y sobre todo en ellos, de los conejos hace que uno les tome empatía al instante... La lucha, que decir de ella, fantástica! El contacto, los esquives y la cuidada brutalidad impresiona viniendo de donde lo hace. Ni más ni menos que un juego indie... Si le agregan una buena historia y algunos elementos rpg, puede destronar sin problemas a más de un insulso triple A... Mis felicitaciones a los desarrolladores y espero con ansias que esta joya en bruto termine transformándose en un extraordinario juego...
Publicado: 17 diciembre 2013
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Muy bueno, el excelente modo de combate combinado con el parkour que tiene Overgrowth se alejan de todo juego conocido haciendolo muy original. Un esplendor de mapas, ambientes y personajes lo hacen refrescante. Aparte de que tiene modo sandbox y permite mods tambien lo hace parecido a garry's mod en sierto sentido...
Vale la pena comprarlo
Publicado: 18 diciembre 2013
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I did a flip and broke my neck.
Publicado: 23 diciembre 2013
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A 557 de 608 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Overgrowth. The game about bunnies and various other animals battling it out to prevent becoming a massive red mess of liquid and to feel the pain the usual ragdoll physic.

As Overgrowth is currently still in early alpha and has been for a few years, a structured story still hasn't been implemented BUT the current 'challenges' keep you feeling amused and entertained. The main appeal about this game is the combat system (the best of any game I've ever witnessed). Every single encounter provides something new and makes you feel like a complete baddass if you are provided with a victory. The maps feel fresh and different and the in-game editor provides hours and hours of extra interest.

BUY THIS NOW.

(The steam game time doesn't represent what I've played, I've had it for around two years (as of Dec 2013) and I've probably stuck around 150 hours or so into the game as it wasn't on steam before.)
Publicado: 17 diciembre 2013
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EDIT: To clarify things, I owned Overgrowth a year before it came out on Steam; my Steam playtime is irrelevant.

I make a point not to review games that are in alpha or beta until they're released, but I'll make an exception for Overgrowth for two simple reasons: (1) it's good enough to justify a $30 purchase even in its alpha builds, and (2) I consider it to be an absolutely enormous leap in the slow evolution of fighting games.

When you preorder Overgrowth, you get immediate access to the current alpha build, so you can test everything out right away as the developers add stuff. This alleviates the usual problem with preordering games, that is, putting down money for a product that doesn't exist yet.

The game itself currently boasts some of the smoothest, most fun, most intense combat of any game, ever, and I don't say that lightly. Overgrowth, like many indie games, uses physics as a driving mechanic. When you get kicked, your character reacts dynamically with a blend of animation and ragdoll. When you get stabbed, likewise. Dealing kicks and punches and slashes feels incredibly good -- the combat is fast-paced and frantic. Against more than one opponent, you'll almost inevitably lose unless your opponents are significantly slower or weaker than you, especially in a weapon fight.

Let's talk about weapon combat for a moment: it's just as fast as the unarmed combat, maybe even faster in the case of the fencing swords and knives. It's one or two hits to a kill, so blocking and dodging is absolutely essential. The fights are cinematic and extremely satisfying (this applies to unarmed fights as well), especially if you hit the slow-motion key (currently tab by default) just as either combatant dies.

The parkour can't go without mention. Though at this point in the game's development, the parkour is its weakest point (momentum doesn't carry while climbing), it's still ahead of many games with parkour elements. Wall-running, wall-jumping, and movement in genreral feel great. Everything flows together without the need for extraneous button-pressing, and when you do press a button, the resulting blended animation is a pleasure to watch. The only bad thing about the parkour, climbing, still isn't bad at all. It's still faster than most games, and still feels better than most games.

I can't recommend Overgrowth enough. You could buy it for the combat alone (setting aside that there's going to be an actual story, with the writer's skill already demonstrated in a full-length comic over at Wolfire's home page). Overgrowth's combat, in my opinion, is the most fun of any melee combat game ever made.
Publicado: 17 diciembre 2013
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