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Recruiting + Showcase! Story driven post-apocalyptic FPS

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Beneath rolling red hills Mars hides many secrets.

Behind walls of glass, humanity works hard to scrape a living on this inhospitable planet. NextLife offers solace, a cushion to the suffering of man. The company has developed a drug with miraculous restorative properties – it cures previously thought incurable illnesses, cancers, it has even been demonstrated to regrow lost limbs.

But what happens when miracles turn sour? What happens when your society’s medicine becomes its master when its pills become its shackles?

What happens when society collapses?

You escape or you die.


AfterMars is a story driven post-apocalyptic open world first-person shooter set on Mars in the year 2067.
In this game, the player's decisions will feel meaningful. The player to be able to relate to the characters and build a connection with them. If a character dies, we want the player to feel devastated. We want the player to want to seek revenge.

We are currently a team of 10 people working to turn this into a reality, it is now time to show some of our work.


Currently Desired Skills:
-2D Concept Artist
-3D Modeler
-Animator (Characters, Weapons, Vehicles, etc)

What will you gain from this? Well, We are working on a playable demo of the game.
When complete, we will release it to the public alongside a Kickstarter campaign. This would be done without any of the team members getting paid.
If the Kickstarter campaign is successful, we will put together a bigger team and make the full game. Then everyone on the team would get paid (using the Kickstarter money).
We would then release the game on Steam early access for 10-30 euros/dollars. Everyone in the team would get some royalty from the money we make on the game.

If you are interested in joining us, please comment on this post, DM me, or e-mail me at benjamin@grimm.nu

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