The petition writes: It has been 23 years since Lucasfilm has released the Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis! This game was a big success immediately!
Hal Barwood and Noah Falstein have created a great story with a perfect film visualization and story telling. Lucasfilm talented artists such as William Eaken, Avril Harrison, Mike Ebert, Sean Turner, Peter McConnell and many others joined together and have created a masterpiece, which has been unforgotten!
Went2Play which has been founded by Patrik Spacek and his team is working on Fate of Atlantis Special Edition since Nov 2013. Patrik says: “We have re-created all assets to make them very detailed and realistic. We are trying to keep the colors and style back in 40s. With a good balance between realism and cartoon visualization we have reached the retro look. We are also using game engine which fit for our game and we are polishing every detail, animation, sounds and music! Special Edition is not just about the new artworks and music, it also brings up a new elements to the game-play like a story, items, artifacts, CG videos and players have option to use it or not.
Team: We are professional game developers, who has got many years experiences in all visualization areas, story telling and music. We are 3D generalists and do not require a large team to make any project happen successfully! That also means, we don’t need a huge budget to keep the quality very high.
Our goal is to bring up classic titles to a new generation! and create a high quality remakes of any legendary game, which nobody has attempted yet.
Please, look at the screenshots, videos and If you love it, help us to obtain the permission for full game production!
Older Development videos:
We are not here to let the legend fall, we are here to bring it back to life and let you enjoy it on big screen!
This petition has been created to show interest in this project and mainly make big companies reconsider their old policies to open door for Independent developers that does make same or better quality for much smaller budget.
The biggest problems of those studios are If they own old video game licenses and they don’t have any plans to make a sequels or remakes, they should allow Independent developers to obtain the licenses.
Those companies are drowning great classic games and digging them down into the grave of forgotten. Sell it or Share with those who deserve.