Project Hull Breach was an bold and early journey in crowd sourced development. A project and website that would allow the gaming community to participate to all aspects of concept and design. It started with a team of 30 artists producing a wide variety of ideas whilst over 1000 gamer’s put down their ideas, voted and narrowed down the design concept. At it’s heart, a Science Fiction first person shooter with a raw feel, zero G combat and a variety of gameplay modes. Hull Breach attracted the attention of publishing giant Valve and along with the media attention, the Hull Breach website received millions of regular visitors. Thousands of images, 3D assets, audio, music, rich story lines and background narrative make up what has been 6 years of combined development.
PHB owes much to the many hundreds of creative minds that contributed to it, far too many to name here but some of the key contributors…
James O’Hare, Lim Ri Kai, Jakob Nielsen, Michael Kingery, Kamjar Fadai, Sven Herrmann, Winifred Phillips, Bob Rice, Marit Kristina Abrahmsen, Luke Maskell, Patrick Walker, Sean Beeson, Scott Sigler, Sam Flemming, Raphael van Lierop and hundreds more.