Overgrowth – New Video Highlights Changes Made to Alpha 209 Version

Well, it’s been a while since our last look on Wolfire Games’ Overgrowth, right? While this game has not been released yet – three whole years under development and it’s still in alpha phase – the team behind it has released a new video highlighting the changes that have been made to its latest alpha version.

Here is Overgrowth’s Alpha 209 Changelog:

– Self-documenting script registration
– Attached objects can be manipulated with editor
– Can attach groups to characters
– Can save characters with attached objects
– Can copy/paste/save/load connected objects
– Fixed mass of wolf and female rabbit ragdolls
– Character bone mass is proportional to the cube of character scale
– Fixed a problem with sky rendering when there is no terrain
– Fixed raider ear weights
– Shift moves camera along camera’s up vector instead of world’s up vector
– Fixed problem with floaty rolls
– Clamped IK hip movement to reasonable range
– New checksum for animations and character lod cache
– Added sky rotation level parameter
– Spawner no longer closes after spawning a new object
– Attached objects work better with different scales
– Fixed slowdown when transitioning from ragdoll to animation
– Attached objects work with different character scales
– Fixed Mac SDL framework
– Fixed issue with “Texture format no GL_BGRA” with stabdecal.tgaCharacters are immediately alerted when damaged in any way
– Fixed character dragging when weapon is in offhand
– Fixed persistent animation layers across reset
– Fixed deleting characters with item objects connected
– Path points can trigger wait, sit, sleep
– Fixed dialogue editor undo/redo
– Level objects can have detail objects
– Any kind of object can be in a group
– Telemetry profiling
– Progress on native UI widgets
– Can alt-drag multiple objects at once
– Cleaned up editor snapping (and can start snapping in the middle of an action)
– Attaching weapons and their scabbards to the same item slot puts one inside the other


Overgrowth Alpha 209 changes - Wolfire Games

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