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Overgrowth

7 years ago

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The Bunny Homicides: Hands On With Overgrowth

Overgrowth's slow-motion button is the Best Thing Ever Of All Time Today. Pressing TAB turns the work-in-progress bunny beat-em-up into a work of art; a dilated dalliance between lagomorphs. You can see all the systems clicking into place: the gamey legs stretching out, the lucky rabbit's foot crunching the unlucky rabbit's larynx, the crumple as the body is broken beneath that big, flat hoof. Who'd…

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8 years ago

Bunny Homicides: Grim Overgrowth Footage

I'll be honest and say I had a slight prejudice against Wolfire's bunny Overgrowth. Everytime I've looked in on it, I felt like the Arthur and his knights at the Cave of Caerbannog. But this morning the mists cleared, and Overgrowth tossed a Holy Hand Grenade of a video, tearing my cynical innards with the glorious sharpnel of truth. The video below of Alpha 166's…

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Rabbiting On: The Overgrowth Interview

Overgrowth is a game about anthropomorphic animals fighting each other. It looks awesome. When things look awesome I tend to like to talk to the people who made them, and that's what happened here. I talked to David Rosen, Overgrowth developer Wolfire's lead programmer. You can read our question and answer session below. It is highly informative.

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Overgrowth Still Going, Awesome Footage

Breathtaking indie furry fighting gaming Overgrowth is still growing to full size in the warm, fleshy pouch of pre-order funded development, but the videos released by the team are beginning to really show where all that time and effort are going. Honestly, this is the best video of anthropomorphic rabbits kicking the living shit out of each other that you are going to see today.…

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9 years ago

Wolfire Demonstrate Ragdoll Rabbits

But it's ultimately more interesting than that sounds. There's a video of Overgrowth's ragdoll combat posted below. It's some serious anthropomorphic rabbit violence. The game itself is a 3D action adventure which is being meticulously blogged by its creators. There's a second video below decks that shows some of what the Wolfire team have accomplished so far in their game creation process. What's fun about…

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10 years ago

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Bunny Brawler: Wolfire Talk Overgrowth

It's a Thursday afternoon, and that means it's time to talk about cute animals kicking each other to death. We haven't covered upcoming indie action game Overgrowth much on RPS, which is a sad side-effect of its much-adored precursor Lugaru arriving before the Hivemind had coalesced into being. Let's correct that now, as it's hard to imagine you lot wouldn't be interested in a videogame…

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The Year Ahead, Part Three

Once we get past early summer things get a little hazy. We enter a nether-realm of shifting dates and unclear prophecies. By then we'll also have a whole bunch of games I haven't previously mentioned show up in the intervening months, stuff that we didn't have release dates for to place them in our line-up. This final post in our preview attempts to survey them…

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Crayon Physics: Pay What You Bloody Want

Goo did it. Radiohead did it. Even educated independent PC videogames do it. This time, it's Petri Purho's Crayon Physics deluxe - yours for however much you care to pay for it. 10p or 10 pentasquilliongillion Venusian sex-dollars, whatever you feel it deserves/are comfortable with. It's a strategy that worked out pretty well for 2D Boy when they did the same thing with World of…

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11 years ago

Packing The Rabbit Punch

Lugaru was an independently-developed third-person fighting game in which the central character was an anthropomorphic rabbit. That's actually a bit better than that it sounds, and the fighting itself was actually relatively convincing. It's one of those indie games that you don't expect to be any good, but you install anyway, only to discover that it's, y'know, okay. Why not download the demo (top of…

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