XModule is an innovative car racing game that allows players to fully customize their car and 3D print it. The 3D printing aspect is what makes this game unique.
The idea behind this project is to give the gamer the feeling of being the creator of his own car. As they progress through the game, they unlock more and more car parts. Every time a new part is available, they get an access to the 3D file.
This way, players can hold the model they have created in the game in their hands!
Because not everyone has a 3D printer, we have a partnership with 3DHubs so that players will have the option of sending parts to their local 3D printing service for fabrication at the competitive price.
This project is a link between video games, 3D printing and scale modeling. The game will be available for Windows and Mac in early 2017 and has been already Greenlit on Steam.com
Last month visitors of the Pc Gamer Weekender in London in the SEGA Common Room could try Xmodule for the first time.
You can find some articles about it here: 3D Printing Industry and All3DP.
Xmodule is developed by G21 studio – a husband and wife independent video games studio based in Dublin. We believe in the power of creativity, so much so we want our players to be part of the creative process while playing with our games.
On April 20th, we launched Kickstarter campaign for Xmodule where other gaming lovers can help us to fund our project.
You can find more informations about the game on Facebook or Twitter or our website http://www.g21studio.com
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