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INFRA
First Sneak Peek At Gameplay!
12. Mai 2013 - Oskutin

Despite delays and technical difficulties, we are very proud to release the first glimpse of gameplay for INFRA. This video shows an example of some of the puzzles found in INFRA, as well as some of the mechanics and tools you will use along the way. For instance, the camera is used to document damage and will affect elements later in the game. You should also get a good sense of the atmosphere, which has been a priority for us since the beginning of development. Keep in mind that everything shown here is a work in progress and is subject to change. One of our primary focuses for the future is to work on improving the character interaction systems, which will help to make the gameplay flow better and feel more real. Stay tuned for more details and a trailer sometime in the future!

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I See Nothing 2. Juni 2013 um 2:24 Uhr 
Predicted date for demo?
feathyr 20. Mai 2013 um 4:21 Uhr 
awesome work guys ! the environments are very nice, the outdoor space at the end of the video was breahtaking. can't wait to see more.
Kybosa 13. Mai 2013 um 8:59 Uhr 
looks like the camera is for recording the 'failure points' in the infrastructure, or whatever structural analysts call them, would at least be a mission objective, and can probally even affect the story later on, with missed/ignored warning signs leading to bigger problems down the line...
SHOUBI (paweknized connection) 12. Mai 2013 um 14:17 Uhr 
Creepy atmosfear & breathtaking outside at the end! Can't wait to be Lost In A Walk http://www.indiedb.com/games/infra/images/pumping-station-exterior , i'm agree with Herr Gamer camera doesn't really usefull in the short clip
Herr Gamer [GiB] 12. Mai 2013 um 11:20 Uhr 
The Gameplay Trailer looks really great, but I don't know what's to do with the camera, it doesn't really show that...