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“Implosion: ZERO_DAY” anime set to be prequel to “Implosion: Never Lose Hope” mobile game



Implosion: ZERO_DAY. Rayark Inc. the action pixel. @theactionpixel

Implosion: ZERO_DAY. Rayark Inc. the action pixel. @theactionpixel

Implosion: Never Lose Hope brought small game developer Rayark great success in 2015, listed as “iOS Game of the Year”. Released back in April 2015, The game set to bring a triple A game experience to the mobile arena with its sci-fi based hack & slash game.

Now the team have gone to kickstarter to promote Implosion: ZERO_DAY, which sets out to be a full-length feature animation, set twenty years prior the events of the mobile game.

Synopsis reads:

All regular matter, the entire Earth, and everything ever observed by humans, adds up to less than 5% of the “known” universe. Dark matter harbours the face of reality that is invisible to us; but what if the dark universe came out of hiding? In an age when our planet has been pushed beyond the limit of population control, the only viable alternative is to search for a new home. The technology that promised to take us to new stars has brought with it far more than we’ve bargained for. In the year 2179, Earth makes first contact with extra-terrestrial life, as a result of bold, scientific experiments in faster than light travel.

And their 40-second trailer is quite the marvel:

As of the time of this post they are a nudge above the halfway checkpoint re funds, asking for @400,000 to complete the project, so be sure to check out their Kickstarter, where you can see more about the projects including video and images. Only a little under 2 weeks left.

"So what do you guys think of the preview? Lots of thought and planning was obviously invested in this monster. Seen the animatic, quite cool and nicely executed. What say you guys? Let’s here it in the comment section below or via Twitter @TheActionPixel "


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