Overgrowth Alpha 180 Changes; Linux Support Added

Wolfire Games has released a new video that showcases the changes that have been made in the latest alpha version of Overgrowth. This week, David Rosen has added Linux support, tweaked the terrain preprocessing and as a result of that, the game uses much less RAM, and fixed some animation problems. Those interested can pre-order the game and gain access to its alpha version. Enjoy!
Overgrowth Alpha 180 changes - Wolfire Games

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