to the moon, athena
AusGamers caught up with 2K Australia and Randy Pitchford to discuss the recently revealed Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and why Australia is making an impact on the moon. Click for more!
Welcome to Planet Nexus
We take a brief dip in the MMO pool with Carbine Studios' WildStar, and find out just what Planet Nexus has in store for us. Check it out in our preview for more!
oracle of ages
Batman: Arkham Knight is set to be Rocksteady's final in the Arkham series, so it's fitting that it's just so damn big. And Batmobiles. Nuff said. Click for more!
Trial By Dirt Bike
We take a look at the fourth title in the Trials series, and the first to hit next-gen platforms. Does it live up to the name? Find out in our review!
Post by Dan @ 09:01pm 23/10/12 | 0 Comments
Organic Humans, an independent Australian developer, is preparing to launch a crowdfunding venture for their hopeful horror-themed first person exploration game Montas. Studio founder
Garth Robertson informs us that they'll be kicking off a campaign over on indiegogo, appropriately on Halloween, to help get the game over the finish line for PC and Mac.
Montas is a first person exploration experience that focuses heavily on immersion, atmosphere, story and interactivity. The player is cast into a dark and mysterious world with little introduction, and must do what is necessary to survive on a twisted ride full of intrigue and drama.
With an aim for atmospheric immersion, and building on Unreal Engine 3, Organic Humans intends Montas to be compatible with the forthcoming Oculus Rift head-mounted display, and describes an assortment of ambitious features that hope to set it apart from the standard first person games:
  • Run, hide or confuse your enemies
  • Use the environment to your advantage, if it's not already out to get you
  • Uncover vast underground labyrinths occupied by the unknown
  • Discover secret areas and complete optional adventures
  • Explore numerous environments and conditions; bright, dark, new, old, safe, dangerous, real and imaginary
  • Persistent death no longer forces the player to retrace progress after failure, instead changes the direction and story of the game
Check out the latest trailer below (here in HD), head over to Steam Greenlight to give them an upvote, and keep an eye out for the Indiegogo campaign in a few days.













Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
Commenting has been locked for this item.
 
Log In
User:  
Pass:  

Advertise with Us | Download Media Kit | Privacy Policy | Contact Us
© Copyright 2001-2014 AusGamers™ Pty Ltd. ACN 093 772 242.
A Mammoth Media web development / Australian VPS Hosting by Mammoth Networks