Utopia Syndrome: A Game From 3D Masters
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Any news about a possible linux version?

Utopia Syndrome: A Game From 3D Masters
26 March, 2019
Level Design

Andrew Averkin and his team have finally released a 10-minute video, showcasing their amazing adventure game.

Last year we’ve talked about a little project that Andrew Averkin was working on – an indie adventure game called Utopia Syndrome. Andrew is a seasoned 3d artist, who worked on a lot of different projects, including some of the most memorable CGI projects from Blur.

To build the game the team of talented artists actually used a lot of very cool pre-made assets from Unreal Marketplace and especially from Dekogon Studios. This seems like a great example to demonstrate the power of ready to use assets, you can buy from the store.

Utopia Syndrome is still on very early stages of development, but it already looks pretty much amazing and reminds us of the iconic Sanitarium.

If you’re interested to learn more about Andrew’s work, do check our interview with the guy.

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