A new way of life with a darker side as well
The planet Earth has changed a lot here, we now live in a state of utopia. There’s no more war, no more violence and no more hostility. Under the act of United Nations Committee, the population is strictly capped and crime now has a zero tolerance approach. If someone does break the crime rule, then punishment is now harder than ever. They are swiftly removed, sent for rehabilitation, brain recoding and exiled to the moon colony to work.
The moon is now occupied by sectors made up of Eco, Biological/Tech, Gene/Mutation and Minerals/Resources. Criminals are now known as Criminal’s Rehabilitated and Benefit Society (CRABS), they are sent to a designated sector to work – being observed closely by the security forces at all times.
It’s at this location where the main focus of THE HUB takes place, in the Gene/Mutation sector to be precise. As with all experiments of this nature, failures and adverse effects will happen – so how do we take care of these mutations and extremities? A new facility is created known as ‘THE HUB’, a large prison and isolation centre to home the unfortunate out of the way – but a new issue has arisen.
A new system has been introduced to cleanse and clear out ‘THE HUB’, but who would want this task? A randomly selected CRAB is chosen and tasked with clearing ‘THE HUB’ by any means necessary, and there’s an added bonus if they complete their task. A GEOTHERM travel and integration back to Earth with all of the perks from their newly gained status, basically the only way out for a CRAB. The odds are clearly not good though, there’s only been one survivor since 2043 in this monthly task and it’s now the year 2050 – John McKenley, code named “Juggernaut”.
So this is where we need to step in and help, lets make this game become a reality. There is so much content already created and ready to go, but it just needs finishing and then it’s good to go. We can help via the Kickstarter page for David Newton, if you click right here it will take you straight there. It’s well worth visiting the page, there’s a lot more information on just how much work has already gone into THE HUB plus there’s plenty of goodies up for offer to backers – I like the sound of the signed poster.
So what do you think to the sound of ‘THE HUB’, I personally would love to see this title come to life but what do you think – let us know in the comments section.