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Privateer Press Releases First ‘LEVEL 7 [ESCAPE]’ Developer Diary

June 26th, 2012 by Mad Dave Comments

LEVEL 7 [ESCAPE] is the first in a series of games and media set in the
sinister science fiction setting of LEVEL 7 conceived by Matthew D. Wilson,
the award-winning creator of the Iron Kingdoms, WARMACHINE, and
Monsterpocalypse. The game takes place in a secret underground military
facility where aliens, sanctioned by the government, conduct unspeakable
experiments on innocent civilians. One to four players take the role of
escaped test subjects who must work together – or use each other – to escape
the facility with their lives. Survival in the game depends on how well
players manage their fear during play.

“Creating a game that realizes the horror of LEVEL 7 has been a very rewarding experience,” said William Shick, Director of Business for Privateer Press. “We’re excited to share our experiences through a medium that also gives people a chance to see for themselves what LEVEL 7 [ESCAPE] is all about.”

A game we will be keeping a close eye on.


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I'm Mad Dave one of the team's growing collection of tabletop gaming nerds. I was raised on a healthy diet of TV like Blake 7, Doctor Who and Star Trek with a side of sword and sorcery / sc-fi movies and a large dollop of board games like Cluedo, RISK and Hero Quest. You know your a gaming nerd if: You bring toy soldiers to work? You bring toy soldiers to work and you work has nothing to do with toy soldiers? Most of you jackets / coats have dice in one of the pockets? You hate throwing away packaging because you know it's actually a ruined building or field generator? You have a collection of old packaging? You can find something relevant to your hobby i.e. books, magazines, figures etc in almost every room in your house? I no I'm a nerd because I've done all of the above, how many of these made you smile and nod yes to?

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