Of all the stereotypical settings that show up in games, forests tend to offer the most beautiful vistas. As a result of this though, they also tend to be the most challenging to animate and render effectively. It’s time to give those poor programmers who spend hours designing leaf physics the credit they deserve, so read on for the ten games that get tree design right.
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As with all good slasher horrors, Alan Wake seemed to be set largely in wooded areas. Despite its flaws and dissapointing reception, Alan Wake was one of the best looking games of last year, and this included the game's foliage.