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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

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Wolfire Software's Phoenix Engine
7:55 AM | Anthony Wang | 3 comments

Over the past few months Wolfire Software has been working hard on Lugaru 2 by developing their own graphics engine dubbed Phoenix. Through daily updates by David of Wolfire Software, the new graphic engine already sports shaders, lighting, reflections and many more innovations. In addition, the previews in David's updates showcases possible terrain, character models, and weapons for Lugaru 2.

No word yet on a possible release date for Lugaru 2. However, with Phoenix, expect the Lugaru sequel to be a step up in graphics, physics, and gameplay from the original.

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