A new investment by a Kosovan electronics firm has helped it to launch its first game, Gama, and is working on another, said its CEO, Sasa Kosovic.
Gama was developed by Kosovica International, a company based in the former Yugoslavia, and the company says the first-person shooter will launch for PC and mobile platforms in 2018.
Gama is a cooperative first-player shooter with a first-of-its-kind storyline and an emphasis on teamwork.
The game was developed with help from Kosovia’s existing partners and a partnership with the Italian game developer Bioware.
Gamas founder and CEO Sasa Kossić said the company hopes to work with other game developers and companies to develop new titles for the mobile platform.
Goma is set in a futuristic post-apocalyptic world in which players control a group of individuals called Gama players, and have to overcome various challenges in order to defeat the forces of nature and humanity.
Players play as members of a team, called Gamas, who must work together to protect the world from the dangers of nature.
Players must gather resources to purchase and upgrade equipment, while protecting the Gama members from attacks by other players.