Afterfall has not been receiving much coverage lately, but have no fear! The post-apocalyptic alternate history role playing game is not going to go down easily, as it's developers, Intoxicate Interactive were recently hired by Nicolas Games, a Polish interactive software publisher, and reformed into a fully-fledged development studio, Nicolas Games Intoxicate. What does that mean for us, gamers? Simply put, one of the biggest independent projects that has been in development for the past three years will quite propably arrive at it's destination. And, according to Nicolas Games, it will feature<blockquote>- ability to create and develop the player character, playing him using possibilities never before seen - an engaging, nonlinear and twisting plot, where every choice has consequences - hundreds quests to do and several organizations to join - a dynamic turn-based combat system against people and vehicles - a random mutation system and cybernetic implants and prosthetics - about two hundred weapon models and over one thousand items, with the ability to craft and modify some of them - excellent graphics and realistic physics provided by the modern engine</blockquote>Spotted by the perceptive Globbi.