Sign up for the Gears of Eden alpha test for a chance to test out this new exploration and survival game in which robots are searching for their creators!
Here is another interesting piece of testing related news that Death by Beta received within the past week. The good folks from Cubit Games are gearing up for their Gears of Eden alpha test. More importantly, they are looking for some testers!
Gears of Eden is a exploration and survival game that has a context that sounds quite interesting. Thousands of years from now, we are all dead, gone, and extinct. The human race has, however, been succeeded by a bunch of intelligent machines. To these machines, human are mythical creatures of which little is known. And, apparently, the machines are struggling to learn more about their creators and their meaning in life. Robots with an identity crises it would seem. Here is the official blurb about the game from the press release:
“Gears Of Eden is a story-driven sci-fi game that blends conventional genres, combining crafting and survival with space exploration backed by a story-driven and mission-supported narrative. The result? A technical science-based game that prioritizes ease of use and fun in an open-world setting, while offering an engaging, captivating and epic space adventure story. You can think of us as a mashup between Minecraft, Kerbal Space Program and Portal (yes, we have high aspirations)!”
If that sounds interesting to you (as it does to me), then I recommend heading over to the game’s website and signing up for the Gears of Eden alpha test. Ben Sledge from Cubit Games informed me via email that the Gears of Eden alpha test is slated to roll out within the next two weeks, so sign up quickly!
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