Fortify is a base designer for Rust. Anyone who likes creative building might also have fun with this. Quickly plan your base with lots of helpful tools. See the stability, blow it up, and get a resource count. Share designs with friends easily. Supports importing/exporting bases from modded Rust servers.
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Very Positive (21) - 95% of the 21 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Very Positive (525) - 93% of the 525 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Aug 10, 2016

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September 26

1.580 Update - stability calculation while building

Stability calculation while building can now be enabled. Press the % button to toggle this.
The numbers only show while using the build menu and is disabled in multiplayer for now.

- added the sedan, maybe there will be a drive-able version someday

- new overlap check for deployables that is more accurate to Rust

- fixed the door part filter in resource count not including code locks

- fixed hidden floors in stability mode blocking mouse over stability scores

- fixed issues with the wall frame collider

- fixed red dots still showing with hidden sentries

- fixed window parts not being copied with the copy level tool

- added build sounds to some edit mode tools

- fixed the giant UI panels showing in screenshot mode, lol
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September 11

1.579 Update - Code Locks

Edit: Released a patch to fix a few issues including placing sentries.

New code lock model:
Replaces the old red dots. Added to any doors or hatches by default, this can be toggled off. Included in the resource count.

Just a reminder, this panel can be used to remove or add code locks in edit mode. This will apply to any doors in the selection. It also is used to set/see codes. You can add code locks without entering a code.

Hide Floors roof change:
Roofs now show at the level placed, added a toggle to use the old method where it won't show until one level up from placement.

- close/open doors by clicking

- added sheet metal door texture

- ground no longer blocks mousing over foundation edges to add parts

- cell gate no longer flipped when exporting to Rust

- sleeping bag collider changed, can be placed on shelves

- extend tool now does a height check for foundations

- camera is no longer blocked from going underground

- lowered jetpack volume in multiplayer
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About This Game

Fortify is a base designer for Rust. Anyone who likes creative building might also have fun with this.

Featuring the same parts and placement rules but with extra tools to plan your base faster (without fear of other newmans).

Get the resource count needed to build your base. See visual tool cupboard ranges.

See the calculated stability at any time and how it changes when using destruction mode.

Fortify now supports the save format used by the Copy-Paste Oxide plugin that allows importing designs into a modded Rust server or exporting bases.

Browse and import designs from the hundreds already posted on the subreddit and make your own modifications.

Plan with a friend or share a design with one click to create a pastebin link. Alternately you can copy to your clipboard and paste in an email or messenger.

Fortify will be updated to match building changes in the ever-evolving Rust. These other features are planned for future updates:
- steam workshop

Changelog from the old non-steam Fortify:

- added multiplayer
- continued updates for Rust changes, including all essential items
- added 3D terrain and cave scene
- no more splash screen
- stability mode with destruction and a damage system for simulating C4 (rockets soon)
- Copy-Paste Plugin compatible import and export to get your designs into and out of Rust
- one click pastebin links
- cloud saves
- merge saves
- staging system
- part icons instead of just names in place mode
- undo last deletion
- added twig tier
- strong / weak side with facing control (Q or E - to flip side facing camera)
- collider changes to allow more intersecting parts and a new “allow overlap” mode
- adjustable foundation height
- vertical camera movement (shift and space)
- more resource count options and improvements
- modify rectangle selection by holding ctrl or alt
- performance improvements and bug fixes

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: XP sp2, Vista, 7, 8, 10
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 50 MB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.8
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Storage: 50 MB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Storage: 50 MB available space
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