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'Lifeless Planet' First Game Trailer

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Theropod X writes:

Stage 2 Studios has just released the first trailer for their new indie game called "Lifeless Planet." This exciting video introduces the intriguing backstory and hints at the spectacular environments to be featured in the upcoming sci-fi adventure.

All of the assets and animations for the trailer were created in Blender and the game itself is being built with Blender and Unity.

Lifeless Planet will be a game that puts the adventure back into "action-adventure." Combining great graphics with a great story, Lifeless Planet aims to be a gaming experience in the spirit of classic action-adventure games like ICO, The Dig, and Out of This World. Lifeless Planet is under development for PC, Mac and mobile platforms.

"While seeking life on a distant planet, a skeptical astronaut discovers an abandoned Russian laboratory and suspects his mission is a hoax until a mysterious young woman saves him from a strange and deadly phenomenon..."

Learn more at lifelessplanet.com

25 Comments

  1. This actually reminds me of a show's pilot I've seen a few months ago (got it from Miro), about a shuttle crashing on Earth and inside of it was a Russian, that lived on the Moon for twenty years or so. It was a pretty cool theory.

  2. Cool game. And great graphics.
    Unity becomes more popular lately. Is it the best option to make commercial game with blender? I wonder what's gonna happen with bge in the future.

  3. Jan: Yes, for PC/Mac first then Mobile...if possible we'd also like to get it to XBOX 360.

    Thanks for all the positive comments, guys! For more on the backstory about the Russians, etc. see the website...

  4. My Russian is not great (meaning it doesn't exist...) but Google Translate suggests you're asking about the last line of the video, "The devil is coming!" For that story, you'll have to wait for the game!...

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