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Poisonous red vines spread through a New England town, causing a state of quarantine to be declared. The mysterious, otherworldly vines strangle and taint the environment into an alien wasteland.
The protagonist finds four other survivors and teams up with them to combat the strange new threat.
Problems In Development
Development has been put on hold indefinitely due to financial problems announced in December 2009. While not specifically blamed, financial problems at Recoil Games' publisher, 3D Realms, most likely resulted in funding being pulled from the project.
In addition to monetary woes, 3D Realms was sued over Earth No More by Cinemagraphix Entertainment in early 2008. Cinemagraphix claimed to have pitched a game to 3D Realms in 2005 that had the same name, concept, and even extremely similar concept art. Copyright infringement, unlawful competition, misappropriation, unfair business practices, unjust enrichment, conspiracy and other claims were filed against 3D Realms, though no conclusion to the litigation has been publicly announced.
Legal troubles were not mentioned in the announcement from Recoil Games that development had been put on hold.
In September 2012, 3D Realms announced they were financing continued development of Earth No More by employing crowd funding though Gambitious. Curiously, 3D Realms founder Scott Miller went out of his way to note that George Broussard (notorious for his involvement with Duke Nukem Forever) was not involved in the project.