Last November, Q-Games announced that its shuttered collaborative multiplayer game The Tomorrow Children would be rising from the grave. We still don’t know when players will be able to resume building islands as unsettling doll-like characters, but players have a chance to contribute something new to the experience thanks to a new contest.
Q-Games’ contest invites players to design an island of their own from scratch. You see, The Tomorrow Children is all about working alongside players to rebuild the world, known as The Void, after a neo-Soviet experiment goes awry. Landmasses take the form of islands and, to promote the game’s spirit of contribution, one of these could be custom-made by you.
No game development experience is necessary. If you have the imagination and some decent artistic chops, you’re as qualified as any other entrant. Your concept can be a drawing, a 3D model, or whatever visual representation you … Read more