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When you want to make a reboot of Asteroids with a strong Anime touch, you better have good GFX Tools ready, like MAXON's CINEMA 4D!
What do you get when you combine the game play of Atari’s Asteroids with the graphic sensibility of Japanese Anime? It’s called Astro Slayers, and it’s the second game app produced by C4DGames, a sister company of Italian 3D and motion graphics house Digital TRX. Astro Slayers took about 9 months to complete and is powered by the Torque 2D engine.
“Asteroids made history and marked all of us,” says Paolo Lamanna, co-founder of Digital TRX with Marco and Mad Bertoglio, explaining why he and six other artists on his team decided to create their own take on the iconic game. “I spent a lot of time playing it as a child and, at that time, those few lines of light were enough to carry us into space to live incredible moments.” Powered by the Torque 2D engine and created with MAXON CINEMA 4D, After Effects, Photoshop and a bit of ZBrush, the Astro Slayers app took about nine months to complete.
Building on the simple structure of Asteroids, C4DGames modernized the look and added a cast of characters and basic plot. The date is 2050, and the galaxy is being pummeled by a destructive and seemingly unstoppable meteor shower. To protect the earth, the World Union of States launches the Astro Slayers program, which is headed by Dr. Azama, who is known for discovering the Astroparticle, a kind of spatial energy that gives human beings extraordinary abilities....
3D plant specialist Laubwerk now also supports CINEMA 4D
The newest generation of 3D trees from the team at Laubwerk is available immediately for architects, landscape architects and all CG artists who work with MAXON CINEMA 4D. Now you can also add realistic-looking 3D trees to your scenes without having to compromise on quality or memory.
Philip Paar, CEO at Laubwerk, explains: “We are excited to be able to offer our Plants Kits to CINEMA 4D users. CINEMA 4D plays a very important role for Laubwerk in the creation of our 3D plant models.”
Support for CINEMA 4D will be available with the upcoming Plant Kit 1 update (v1.0.4): “Temperate Deciduous Trees” and the free Plant Kits Freebie. The update includes support for CINEMA 4D R12-R14 as well as VRAYforC4D materials. Also included are general bug fixes and support for 3ds Max® 2014. This update will make working with Laubwerk’s 3D trees even easier and more efficient.
Plants Kit 1: Temperate Deciduous Trees is available immediately at the store or at selected resellers. This update is free for all existing Plants Kit customers!