April 23, 2015 in Gaming (E)
[prMac.com] Munich, Germany - Do you believe in karma? vidiludi games & entertainment just released a major update for their new survival MMO Immune on Steam(TM) Early Access which features a unique karma system to make the game enjoyable for PVE and PVP players alike. The system rewards friendly players with a high karma which finally turns them into "saints", who are immune to damage from other players. Of course your karma still drops immediately if you hurt other players depending on the value of your victim. This feature makes Immune one of the first anarchic survival games to enable PVP and PVE players to play next to each other in the same world.
Immune is a cartoon survival MMO for PC/Mac with humorous, satiric references currently in Early Access on Steam. The game is developed and published by the small Indie game developer vidiludi games & entertainment, who wanted to create a mix from modern survival games like DayZ(TM), H1Z1(TM) or classics like Stalker(TM) or Tibia(TM).
Immune takes place in a dangerous environment following an outbreak of a devastating pandemic leaving only a handful of survivors. Offering PVP and PVE, players must scavenge, hunt or grow their own foods, while avoiding or fighting off the dangerous mutants and gasmask wearing NPCs doing everything they can to avoid the infection by shooting everyone sick or immune in the face. Discover, build, or occupy shelters and houses and craft tools, harvest resources and collect ammunition and weapons required to survive the onslaught of enemies.
vidiludi is an independent game developer based in Munich, Germany which was founded in 2010 by Gabriel Morgenstern. The company started out as hobby project releasing the first small mobile game Highway Run on Apple's App Store(TM), which got more than half a million downloads in the first few months. After this unexpected success Gabriel quit his job as Software Engineer in 2013 to live his dream: bringing his own game ideas to life. Immune is the first PC/Mac game project by vidiludi after successfully releasing several mobile titles. Copyright (C) 2015 vidiludi. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.