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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:16am 10/03/11 | 7 Comments
Risk Faction is now available on Steam for a decent USD$9.99. The game itself has been out for a while now on Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network, but finally knocks on the PC's door to ask for a belated sleep-over, and about time, too.

For fans of the physical board game of Risk, there's a version of the classic game tucked into the product, but we urge you to check out the beefed up campaign from Stainless Games, as it's colourful and quite deep in terms of its strategy and what it does with the original game's rules to bring it up to modern speed, so to speak (in that it's faster to play).




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DeadlyDav0
Posted 11:20am 10/3/11
I still have risk 2 on CD and this looks alright with campaign, multiplayer and dynamic map terrain. Hope they release a demo shortly.
Nerfington
Posted 12:55pm 10/3/11
dynamic map terrain

Do you know if they're generating these maps procedurally? I have been trying all kinds of things to make an interesting (and fast) infinite territory generator - interesting, fast and infinite being key words. :P
Dazhel
Posted 01:20pm 10/3/11
Awesome, I love these type of games.

Lux Delux is a favourite indie title of this genre on PC.
Their Castle Vox looks pretty interesting as well.
DeadlyDav0
Posted 08:10pm 10/3/11
Do you know if they're generating these maps procedurally? I have been trying all kinds of things to make an interesting (and fast) infinite territory generator - interesting, fast and infinite being key words. :P


Dont know anything. Just read about the dynamic maps on the steam page and thought "oooooo ahhhhhh".
Nerfington
Posted 08:20pm 10/3/11
Ahh, heh ty anyway. In truth I could easily generate those maps in 0.2 seconds anyway, but I want fiveteen hundred times the detail in half that time, with infinite capabilities, and guaranteed land connectivity and oceans and - yeah it's all good. :P
Eorl
Posted 11:50pm 10/3/11
Bought it just before, looks wicked for when I'm bored in lecture.
DeadlyDav0
Posted 12:09pm 12/3/11
Demo is now available on steam!
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