BioBuilding: Natural Selection 2 Mod GorgeCraft Released

By Alice O'Connor on April 29th, 2014 at 6:00 pm.

HORK!

Can any of us honestly say we have never dreamed of creating a beautiful garden from flesh and bone, bile and spit? I thought not. That’s the problem with these ‘Craft’ games: they tend to use everyday building materials like stone and metal. Give me great citadels of bone draped in banners of skin, the absurd excesses of heavy metal album covers come to virtual life. Or, failing that, GorgeCraft will do.

The mod turns Natural Selection 2 into a building sandbox, letting us cough up biological lumps and structures wherever we please as architects of oozing monstrosities. It left beta and launched over the weekend, and you can snag it from the Steam Workshop.

GorgeCraft, as the name suggests, stars the alien side’s Gorge builder class, sliding around on its belly and hocking up buildings. The lil fella can spit out marine buildings too, so let’s just imagine he swallowed a bunch at some point (greedy little Gorge). The mod works single-player or online, so you can regurgitate sexual sculpture with chums (as I broadly understand Craft ‘em ups are about).

Here’s the mod’s creator making art in an earlier beta build. It certainly is a heaving mass of slop!

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5 Comments »

  1. Viroso says:

    I read George craft.

  2. Tretiak says:

    Is this the new SourceForts?

  3. PopeRatzo says:

    That gave me a powerful headache.

    • Hunchback says:

      Me too, what a horrible video.

      And to be honest, i really can’t see the point of that mod, other than perhaps proof of concept… And still, there is no real concept to prove, since it’s been done before, and better.
      Sorry for being a grumpy “old” man.

  4. TheRealHankHill says:

    I don’t understand, why would I want to do this when there are games specifically made for it that do it better? Shit I’m actually gonna download source forts and see if that is still around

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