It has an interesting plot, but we don't know anything about gameplay. Are you going to keep developing this?
The world after the end
A downloadable game for Windows
THE WORLD AFTER THE END is a short project created by one person for Post-Apocalyptic Jam 2017 in 20 days, so you may encounter bugs and problems while playing.
The story of THE WORLD AFTER THE END is a fictional story, any resemblance to reality is pure coincidence.
The world grows at an incredibly fast pace.
There is less and less natural resources, less water, less food... and the world population continues to grow.
The governments of the first world powers decide to develop a preventive secret plan against a hypothetical situation of shortage and overpopulation of the planet. The project was called MANKIND.
But the governments lose control over the project and put in danger the existence of the human race.
We survive in an underground bunker in the middle of nowhere, without knowing if there are any survivors. We only have a radio with which we try to communicate every day with someone who can listen us and shed a ray of hope... But there is never an answer. Are we really alone? Should we go further in search of more survivors?
WASD - movement (walk front, left, back, right)
Mouse movement - Rotate camera / look around
Mouse left click - Interact
Mouse right click - Hold to zoom
Escape - open in-game pause-menu
Unzip and run EXE file. Don't change the folder structure.
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Great video, thanks for playing!
This is a very short prototype created for the jam so development may continue in the future but I can't promise anything ;)
I can't see anything. :/ The game is way too dark to navigate.
Sorry for that, yes, maybe it's a bit dark.
Try to increase the brightness of your monitor.
this game was wonderful you should make more game like this
you can watch the game here
This was a wonderful little experience! I'm really excited to see what comes of this project. Oppressive dreary atmosphere, ominous sound design, impressively detailed visuals and (if I'm not mistaken) a reference to the Svalbard Seed Vault? Impressive work dev(s)!
Thanks dude for the video and for your kind words!
And yes, the reference to the Svalbard Seed Vault is intentioned, you're good following clues ;)
(Don't forget to vote)
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