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3D Realms Reviving Earth No More

Category: 3D Realms
by Green, on Wed Jun 27 2012, 06:23AM


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3D Realms is reviving Earth No More through Gambitious, a hybrid crowd-funding platform dedicated specifically to the game industry.  The website offers funding through both donations and equity-based funding, and it's set for full launch on August 15th. It's also worth noting that Scott Miller is one of the five members of the Gambitious advisory board.


Earth No More (3D Realms)

Mankind’s relentless destruction of Earth awakens a biological response from deep within the planet’s crust that threatens an environmental apocalypse.


Scott Miller - Founder Apogee/3D Realms (Duke Nukem, Max Payne, Prey Franchises)

Scott Miller is a gaming pioneer who's still going strong. He practically invented episodic gaming, online distribution, and was a leader in independent studios developing their own mega-brands back in the early 90's and to this day. His company, 3D Realms, released the world's first 3D shooter (Wolfenstein 3D, 1992), and is known for other mega-hits such as Duke Nukem, Max Payne, Shadow Warrior, and Prey (all still ongoing franchises). Scott is a creative leader, and now focuses on creating transmedia properties that involve a rich storyverse that can be exploited in not only games, but films, comics, merchandising, and other media. As such, he's currently involved in numerous fresh properties in both games and films, including bringing Duke Nukem himself to the big screen.

"Having worked with Mike and Harry going back to GodGames in the later 90's, with their passion and track-record for indie development, I can't name two people better capable of leading a new charge into equity-based crowd funding for independent game development. Why just donate to projects, when you can become an owner? The game industry just got a lot more interesting."

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