Fortify is a base designer for Rust. Quickly plan your base with lots of helpful tools and up to 3 other friends. See the stability, blow it up, and get a resource count. Frequently updated to include Rust changes and to add new features.
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Very Positive (679) - 94% of the 679 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Aug 10, 2016

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April 11

1.596 Update - boats, shorelines and roof walls

The 3D scene has been converted into an island, what it should have been from the start. The terrain height hasn't been changed in the center and around the hills so most old saves won't be affected. If you did build out in the flood zone you can copy and paste back onto dry land.

TSAA didn't play nice with the new water shader so that quality option has been removed for the time being.

Boats can be placed on the water. Not sure if oxide copy-pasting is possible with these yet.

The new roof wall system from Rust has been added.
- old saves won't have any automatic replacement roof walls
- placed roofs can no longer be flipped
- most conditional changes from Rust are included
- one exception is if a roof wall no longer supports another part it should turn back into a triangle
- more work needs to be done (as always)

In case you missed last week's update:
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April 3

1.595 Update - improved level selection and visual guides

The level selection tool has a couple new options. Before it would select anything within a height range of the original selection. Now it's possible to only add parts connected to the original selection at that level. Helpful with large bases. This currently doesn't add deployables to the selection.

With the "Up" option you could for example select one foundation and add the whole building to the selection.

I've also been working on some visual guides which is long overdue. These can be accessed from the online guide and from the Edit toggle. More will be added soon.

Other Changes:
- roof and stair placement redblock is more accurate with Rust
- moved the half snap toggle and it now cycles from enabled going up, down and then disabled
- roofs now face inwards when placing on floors and foundations
- the camera will no longer hit placement colliders when using interior mode
- fixed lack of collisions while moving up and down in interior mode
- optimized colliders
- might have fixed a rare bug with redblock being stuck?
- upgraded to Unity 2017.3

Still hope to add the new Rust roof changes this week, didn't want to delay this update any longer.
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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 (updated for Building 3.0) but with extra tools to plan your base faster without fear of other players.

Get the resource count needed to build your base and upkeep required. See a visual for the building blocked area.

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 of workshop items and make your own modifications.

Build with up to 3 other friends 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 has been updated consistently for over a year to match changes in the ever-evolving Rust with more new features still planned.

More Features:
- different scenes to build in: flat terrain, hilly terrain, caves and icebergs
- cloud saves
- doorways and windows can automatically have doors or window parts attached when placed
- plan in stages with the staging color system
- merge saves into current scene
- see a timelapse of your base construction in stability mode
- copy and paste selections
- snap separate structures together
- selection tools to get only certain part types
- rectangle selection with ctrl or alt to alter
- quickly build up with "add level" tools
- change the tier of selections

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: 60 MB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.9
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Storage: 60 MB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Storage: 60 MB available space
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