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GODS: Lands of Infinity

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Role-Playing
Developer: Cypron Studios

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'GODS: Lands of Infinity' - 20 New Screens

by Rainier on June 20, 2005 @ 8:50 a.m. PDT

GODS: Lands of Infinity is a ground-breaking role-playing game set in fantasy background. This game is going to be our second title developed for PC platform and we are going to use all we have learned in the last three years. Our goal is to create a perfect blend of trade strategy and casual adventuring taking place in a complex imaginary yet trustworthy world.

Main features of the game:

  • Freedom and non linear game plot
  • Trade, side quests, freelanced adventure
  • Choice of preferred behavior; be a hero or evil villain and bear the consequences
  • Skill based training of your characters
  • Take on a variety of NPC to your party
  • Multifaceted fantasy world with many remarkable places
  • Variety of useful items, weapons and armours (more than 100)
  • Smart and witty magic system
  • Unique alchemy system

3D Engine Features:

  • Vast and deformable terrain
  • Advanced pixel shader terrain blending
  • Ultra realistic water, ice and crystals
  • Real-time realistic soft shadows
  • Natural sky and atmospheric weather changes (snow, rain, cloud cover)
  • Animated environment (grass, trees, water, flags)
  • Reflective, refractive and transparent materials
  • New generation of Vertex and Pixel Shaders driven engine
  • Bump mapping, cube mapping and EMBM
  • Per pixel anisotropic lightning
  • Particle emitters (smoke, fire, fountains, waterfalls...)
  • Sophisticated scripting system
  • Detailed characters
  • Advanced bones system including facial animations
  • High-resolution photo realistic textures
  • Special effects image processing

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