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According to the legend, Te Rauparaha, one of the war chiefs of the Maori tribe in New Zealand in the 1800s, began to escape from his rival tribes when he learned that the warriors had come to kill him. He was hiding in a pit. At the head of the pit he saw a warrior leader covered with body hairs waiting for him.

But when he gave his freedom instead of killing him, Rauparaha also began to dance with the words of Haka dance, which unchanged day by day, by coming out of the pit. He also vowed to take revenge from those who want to kill him, with this dance. The song ends with the fact that the "haired man", that is, the enemy, showed mercy, gives the daylight once again and Te Rauparaha reached to the sun by stepping up from the dept of the pit step by step. Te Rauparaha then taught this dance to all the Maori, and before all the conflicts they entered, tribal members began to make Haka to frighten their enemies.

And in 2017, Sean goes to find this place for the TV Program and the events evolve differently than you expect.


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  • New Zealand climate and natural life
  • Seasons (Spring, Winter , Autumn, Summer)
  • Craft and Building System
  • More Wild Life (More animals, local tribes etc.)
  • Glaciers, mountains, caves
  • Weapon system
  • Game optimization


Development RoadMap

  • Co-op Game
  • Random Loot
  • Vehicle physics
  • Oculus Rift and Controller Support
  • Game end scenario
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According to the legend, Te Rauparaha, one of the war chiefs of the Maori tribe in New Zealand in the 1800s, began to escape from his rival tribes when he learned that the warriors had come to kill him. He was hiding in a pit. At the head of the pit he saw a warrior leader covered with body hairs waiting for him.

But when he gave his freedom instead of killing him, Rauparaha also began to dance with the words of Haka dance, which unchanged day by day, by coming out of the pit. He also vowed to take revenge from those who want to kill him, with this dance. The song ends with the fact that the "haired man", that is, the enemy, showed mercy, gives the daylight once again and Te Rauparaha reached to the sun by stepping up from the dept of the pit step by step. Te Rauparaha then taught this dance to all the Maori, and before all the conflicts they entered, tribal members began to make Haka to frighten their enemies.

And in 2017, Sean goes to find this place for the TV Program and the events evolve differently than you expect.

Currenty In Development

  • New Zealand climate and natural life
  • Seasons (Spring, Winter , Autumn, Summer)
  • Craft and Building System
  • More Wild Life (More animals, local tribes etc.)
  • Glaciers, mountains, caves
  • Weapon system
  • Game optimization

Development RoadMap

  • Co-op Game
  • Random Loot
  • Vehicle physics
  • Oculus Rift and Controller Support
  • Game end scenario
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