www.playdeb.net if playdeb or getdeb is down then use these mirrors to download http Official Site: www.wolfire.com blog.wolfire.com Lugaru: The Rabbit’s Foot (pronounced Loo-GAH-roo) is the first commercial video game created by Wolfire Games. It is a cross-platform, 3D action adventure game for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It features Turner, an anthropomorphic [...]
Wolfire, developers of the upcoming rabbit fighting game Overgrowth (sequel to the open-sourced Lugaru), have posted their weekly alpha update, number 104: Changes: Active blocking Material particle and decal effects Dynamic shadows match sky color better New sounds for hit, cloth, bodyfall Particle XML files More varied enemy attack behavior Updated the simplified terrain caches in the [...]
Thanks to Shaolu for letting us know that Wolfire Games (who are also the principal organizers of the Humble Indie Bundle) has introduced Linux support with the latest alpha release (a180) of Overgrowth (preorder), the lagomorphic action game sequel to Lugaru.
The always awesome Wolfire Games, developers of the upcoming rabbit fighting game Overgrowth (sequel to the open-sourced Lugaru), have posted their weekly alpha update, number 124: Added config toggle for visibility rays and sound spheres Jump prediction and optimal arc choice Enabled recast pathfinding Started cleaning and refactoring character script Added Bullet sphere/box triangle retrieval Fi
Rock, Paper, Shotgun recently pointed out that Wolfire Games’ upcoming rabbit fighting game Overgrowth is now playable, as evidenced by this latest alpha update: Material hardness affects falling damage Ragdoll damage based on location (head and neck hurt extra) New ice sound effects Slippery movement on ice New attacks: knee strike, roundhouse, jab, right cross Exposed music [...]
The exceedingly Linux-friendly developer Wolfire Games (of Humble Indie Bundle and Lugaru fame) has continued development of their next title, Overgrowth, and in the comments for a recent dev diary, David Rosen mentioned the state of things for Linux: All of the alphas work on Mac and Windows, and we are working on getting someone [...]