NextColony is a last days space simulation with RPG elements and tradeable collectibles built on the Steem blockchain. This game will change your life, rescue Steem and make this environment the most imaginative place in the entire universe.
This game is made in Germany and build by an experienced and highly motivated team. The five-headed team is Holger (@holger80), Jens (@jarunik), Oli (@oliverschmid), Robert (@bronkong), and Tim (@rondras). The industrious Platuro (@platuro) works for us as a highly committed mercenary. We have the goal of building an imaginative and enormously large universe that offers great adventures. We get our motivation from our strong community and our fuel is donuts and coffee.
In advance, 9 legendary planets were successfully auctioned. The pre-sale auctions have achieved a total of 38,494 STEEM.
We've sold the most expensive digital collectible on the Steem blockchain ever for 10,005 STEEM.
If you have any questions, please feel free to send us an e-mail (email@example.com).
9 Legendary Uranium Planets
A large part of humanity has been destroyed by a global nuclear war between China, Russia, North Korea and the USA. This global catastrophe has radically changed the world order. Since there was a lack of any necessary supply, a pandemic raged for many decades, to which many people fell victim. The fallout is spreading over a large area and therefore the earth is almost uninhabitable.
After years of searching, a small group was able to identify some areas that were not radioactively contaminated. In 2080, the rest of the people in these areas tried to create a new livelihood. The radioactive fallout made life impossible. The great war and its devastating destruction of our home planet forced people to flee. Mankind was forced to leave the earth.
On different parts of the earth, different factions came together to build space ships under high pressure in order to bring as many people as possible into space and to saving a part of humanity.
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