Hey guys, I'm working on my old school RPG with turn based combat - Sands of Space. It will be with open world and really inspired by classical RPG Fallout 1 and Fallout 2 and Underrail. The plot of the game takes a place in the not-too-distant future. Active space exploration in progress. Large corporations are colonizing planets with minerals resources instantly turning them into mining towns-colonies. Some of them grow into huge mega-cities, while others become abandoned ‘mines’. The more valuable mining, the higher a military conflict between corporations can be. This is exactly what happened, on the once prosperous Trappist-1 h. It's believed that there was one of the biggest military clashes between corporations, with the latest military technologies and weapons of mass destruction. After destructive bombardment and using of toxic gases in cities and colonies, flared the disease, called – ‘scarlet plague’. It’s not known what the catalyst of the plague was - war or incorrect terraforming. There only thing we know that the epidemic led to an irreparable genetic mutation and there is no cure yet. The planet was immediately close to the ‘star’ quarantine. Those people who could – escaped, but it wasn’t so much of them. Artifact hunter's spaceship ‘Nebosvod’ type 1M1, during a long flight, with a valuable cargo on board, crashes on the planet Trappist-1 h. Getting into a closed and cruel world, standing in the ruins of corporate wars, the main character is trying to get out of this trap. Open world in a post-apocalyptic atmosphere, abandoned bunkers, spaceships, caves etc. Character customization (stats, skill, feats) Turn based combat. Weapons, energy shields, psi abilities, implants etc. Mutants, androids and other creatures Vids: And here some screenshots: Spoiler: More Screenshots You can check out my IndieDB page: http://www.indiedb.com/games/sands-of-space-turn-based-rpg And youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGQvwT3pajRYZfTn0qcvU3g Is that ok if sometimes I will post here some news and updates? Thanks!