The Event Horizon, the Next Big Thing in Sci-fi Gaming

The next step in episodic, narrative gaming. Event Horizon incorporates deep sci-fi lore and characters with a class-based FPS/RPG.

Event Horizon: Episode 1 is the first chapter in an epic, Sci-fi, FPS/RPG, narrative experience.   

A bit about us: Spray N' Pray studios is a part of Microsoft's Indie Jumpstart Program on the east coast. They noticed our team in their dreamspark and decided to integrate us into the program. They've expressed great interest in the project, aside from funding us, which would be against the spirit and definition of independent game design, they've been a big help and excellent facilitators. That's why we're really interested in the gamers themselves. We want to provide you with a unique and incredible play experience, but we can't do it alone as well as we could with your help.

GameSkinny: GameSkinny is a unique and populous gamer forum, rife with the culture of games and their connoisseurs. We knew this site would be a great place to reach out to you all, so here's our push to provide you with the next big, little thing in games.

Designed to bring episodic narrative games to the next level. Event Horizon is the first episodic game to incorporate intense FPS action into its narrative. Narrative games are notorious for deep, episodic story experiences. Event Horizon's endearing characters and complex lore can deliver that, as well as exciting class-based FPS gameplay that will keep players entertained for hours on end. We're sure that it's the full experience that will keep them coming back for episode 2 and 3 and all those that follow. Spray N' Pray will release Event Horizon late this summer, but with help from all of you, we can release a better game, sooner.   

This is just a segment from our Kickstarter page, where you can read all about us and the project and learn everything about our exciting new Microsoft-backed indie game project.

Published Apr. 22nd 2014
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  • Matt_5253
    Sounds interesting. It'll be interesting to see it in action.

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