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Check out the trailer below for ‘Starforge’. Described as a ‘3D game with infinite procedural terrain, customizable landscape, no loading screens.’ It’s free to play and from the trailer, it looks like the love child of Minecraft and Halo and we bet this is going to become one massive game as it progresses.

Check out the official site for StarForge here. Keep in mind this is the first playable release so the game is in very early alpha from some indie devs but here are some download links. There’s huge load on all servers so they will go down often.

http://108.163.204.186/StarForge_V0.1.zip
http://184.154.132.34/StarForge_V0.1.zip
http://www.indiedb.com/games/starforgegame/downloads/starforge-v01-zip
http://www.atomicgamer.com/files/97888/starforge-client-v0-1

Or for those of you who’d prefer torrent (approved by the dev’s)
http://thepiratebay.se/torrent/7314636/StarForge

Also, if you feel like donating or reading more about Starforge, head to:
http://www.codehatch.com/


 
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