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Post by Dan @ 10:34am 09/05/11 | 3 Comments
Ubisoft have released another new video for their upcoming strategy "god game" From Dust (previously known under the working title Project Dust and not to be confused with CCP Games' Eve Online spin-off Dust 514). Today's clip is a developer diary style trailer discussing the art direction, a very important factor of this game which is largely about manipulation of natural environments.
From Dust is the spiritual heir to Populous. The game is set in an extreme version of Planet Earth where nature unleashes her power in a much more violent way than what we are used to. Tsunamis, earthquakes, floods, wildfires, volcanic eruptions are what the days are made of for the people of Dust. In this kind of God game, users will play with powers to manipulate the world around them. Ground, water, lava, fire, plants and trees -model the world like a child playing sand castles on the beach. With such powers, players will help their people resist, expand and migrate so they can accomplish their quest to find a safe place.
Watch the new video below or click here for the 720p option.




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Eorl
Posted 11:42am 09/5/11
Looking good. Need a new god game, and this seems to be wanting to fill that gap.
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Posted 01:50pm 09/5/11
This is like that populous game right?
Nerfington
Posted 02:07pm 09/5/11
Looks very interesting. Hopefully it also manages to capture the fun factor that Pop3/Black & White had, I loved those games.
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