New Windforge Video: Guns, Grenades and Grappling Hooks

OTTAWA, CANADA – August 16, 2012 – Snowed In Studios, an Ottawa-based video game and interactive media developer, has officially released their second gameplay video for Windforge; a building-block RPG for PC currently under development.

The video showcases the tools and weapons used to build and destroy in Windforge. Featured include the grappling hook, grenade, handgun, jackhammer, mini-gun and shotgun. The items represent six of approximately fifty weapons and tools to be included in the final game.

 “We have quite a few weapons and tools planned for Windforge.  This video shows off some of the major types.” said Evan Hahn, Co-Founder of Snowed In Studios and Creative Director of the project. “I think my favourite so far is the grappling hook.  I’ve wasted a lot of time already just swinging around on the damn thing. ”

Supported by the OMDC Interactive Digital Media Fund, Windforge is currently in development and is expected to be released later this year.

The video can be found at, and a second gameplay video at More information and press kit can be found at

About Snowed In Studios                                           

Snowed In Studios is a video game and interactive media development studio producing original video game titles and custom software solutions for the video, museum, advertising and mobile industries. Founded by industry veterans, the studio builds original games and offers development support to clients around the world. To learn more, visit

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