Isotopium: Chernobyl

Isotopium: Chernobyl

are creating game with control of RC robots from your PC in real world online

3

patrons

$14

per month
We are a team of engineers who made the Isotopium project and support it for their own money.

Our game is in the real world (not virtual) and we have a lot of expenses: arena rent, electricity, maintenance and robot repairs.

If you like our idea, please support us.





About us

People love the feeling of controlling something real, especially something that’s thousands of miles away. And the Internet is developing rapidly. It is getting faster and more accessible, opening up more and more possibilities to users. Putting all this together, in 2016 we founded the gaming startup RemoteGames, which is making it possible to remote-control game robots in arenas anywhere in the world.




The Team

The project began with a team of two, but others joined us as new tasks arose. Today there are five of us – not counting the dozens of people who help us remotely. Nobody we’ve let into our dreams has remained indifferent to them.




Our Workstreams

Our work can be broken down schematically into a number of streams: designing the robot technology, developing the software, and building the playing arenas.



Our Vision of the Future

We are very ambitious, and we believe in what we do. We live and breathe it, and we put all we have into bringing our ideas to live. Every day, we come up with more plans and new ideas, and we believe in the success of our project. In a few years, we expect our platform to link dozens of playing arenas around the world.



Finance

We are fully financing the project at our own expense, without calling on foundations or investors just yet. Why? We built our first playing arena by ourselves (by our own efforts), and we want to show by example that anyone who wants to, or any group of like-minded people, can create their own game world.









More detail about the game https://www.isotopium.com/about
We are a team of engineers who made the Isotopium project and support it for their own money.

Our game is in the real world (not virtual) and we have a lot of expenses: arena rent, electricity, maintenance and robot repairs.

If you like our idea, please support us.





About us

People love the feeling of controlling something real, especially something that’s thousands of miles away. And the Internet is developing rapidly. It is getting faster and more accessible, opening up more and more possibilities to users. Putting all this together, in 2016 we founded the gaming startup RemoteGames, which is making it possible to remote-control game robots in arenas anywhere in the world.




The Team

The project began with a team of two, but others joined us as new tasks arose. Today there are five of us – not counting the dozens of people who help us remotely. Nobody we’ve let into our dreams has remained indifferent to them.




Our Workstreams

Our work can be broken down schematically into a number of streams: designing the robot technology, developing the software, and building the playing arenas.



Our Vision of the Future

We are very ambitious, and we believe in what we do. We live and breathe it, and we put all we have into bringing our ideas to live. Every day, we come up with more plans and new ideas, and we believe in the success of our project. In a few years, we expect our platform to link dozens of playing arenas around the world.



Finance

We are fully financing the project at our own expense, without calling on foundations or investors just yet. Why? We built our first playing arena by ourselves (by our own efforts), and we want to show by example that anyone who wants to, or any group of like-minded people, can create their own game world.









More detail about the game https://www.isotopium.com/about

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