Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game Announced

A cooperative digital adaptation of the hit board game, Rock Manor Games and Mega Cat Studios have announced the Kickstarter and Steam launch of Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game.

Featuring a post-apocalyptic world, Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game will have players contending with threats like zombies, mutants, rampaging monsters, and even environmental catastrophes. 

Learn more with the trailer below:

Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game Trailer

The clock is always ticking, tasking players with navigating instances with dwindling resources and perilous landscapes to ensure one’s survival.

Designer Mike Gnade said the following:

“The entire Maximum Apocalypse series started with the original 1-6 player board game getting funded on Kickstarter back in 2017. Ironically enough, the board game was heavily inspired by my lifelong passion for video games; combining elements of roguelikes, adventure, and strategy games all together into a tabletop experience. The list of video game and movie influences is way too extensive to get into, but needless to say, I was thrilled when given the opportunity to partner with a developer to bring the board game to the digital realm.”

Mike Gnade

Want to learn more about Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game? Be sure to check out the official Kickstarter and Steam pages for the title.

Source: Press Release

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