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Evolution: Indian Hunter. New generation of educational games

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12-17-2012, 10:08 AM
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Evolution: Indian Hunter. New generation of educational games

Hi everyone,

I am here to share with you exciting news about a new game we are developing called EVOLUTION: INDIAN HUNTER.

You can watch a promo video here

This game presents a historically and culturally-sound adventure in a realistic 3D environment, in this case, representing the landscape that surrounded native Americans before the arrival of the European conquerors, specifically, the game depicts the native LAKOTA culture.

It is a game suitable for the whole family, as it features thrilling action and life and death situations in the quest for the main character´s survival, without any displays of gratuitous violence or blood spatter.

As a player of Indian Hunter, you become a native American fighting for survival in the wild, acquiring real skills, such as handling a spear, which will then be tested, for example, when having to face a bear.

The humans and animals of Indian Hunter move exactly like those in the real world, and all of the laws of Physics apply. This is a world where everything is as realistic as possible, where failing to acquire a skill can mean facing great dangers, and it also involves learning lots of interesting facts about America´s native cultures and the natural world of plants and animals.

One of the most salient features of Indian Hunter is that its characters will speak in the native Lakota language (with subtitles), as they represent specific cultures that existed in America.
We believe the game is also different, because it presents an ethical vision where players will get minus points for killing animals when they are not needed for food, etc.

Evolution Indian Hunter has been created to prove that there can be intense action and excitement without negative values and gratuitous violence.

The game has been developed at Scorpius Forge in Germany, and it will soon be available at app Stores.
You can learn more at EVO-Indian Hunter

We will keep you updated with launching news and promotions, and we look forward to hearing your opinions and receiving your input for the development of these and other educational games.

Happy gaming!
The Evolution: Indian Hunter Team