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Post-Apocalyptic Survival Game RECRUITMENT + SHOWCASE

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Beneath rolling red hills Mars hides many secrets.
Behind walls of glass, humanity struggles 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 post-apocalyptic open world survival game set on Mars. With its compelling story, creepy atmosphere, and low-poly graphics, it really makes for an interesting experience.

It is now time for our team of ten people to show some of our work.

Airlock.png

Interior.png

Oxygen Generator.png

Tardigrade.png

Tree.png

Would you like to join us in making this game? DM me, reply to this post, or email me: benjamin@grimm.nu

We are currently looking for the following:
-2D Concept Artist
-3D Modeler
-Animator
-Unreal Engine Level Creator

We will first make a demo, then release it alongside a kickstarter. If the kickstarter goal is met, the team gets paid using the kickstarter money. Everyone on the team would also get royalties when the full game is released.

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