Join Nat Geo's Mars Colonist Recruitment Program in Virtual Reality

Innovative In-Browser VR Games Headline an Expansive Alternate Reality Campaign

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National Geographic has released five interactive in-browser virtual reality games as part of an expansive alternate reality campaign to promote its Mars series, a hybrid of fictional drama and documentary footage.

Created by digital boutique agency Neo-Pangea, this suite of VR games are among the first to be playable completely in-browser. They serve as the centerpiece of a fictional Mars Colonist Recruitment Program launched as a companion experience for the Mars series.

The five free VR games playable at MakeMarsHome.com use motion controls to test a variety of skills, including spacecraft piloting, surface rover driving, life support repair, rocket landing, and robotic manipulation. For those without cardboard VR equipment, all simulations still provide responsive, engaging experiences on desktop computers and mobile devices.

Credits
Date
Nov 08, 2016
Agency:
Neo-Pangea
Client:
National Geographic
Creative Direction:
Brett Bagenstose
Additonal Creative:
Matt Zymet
Agency Head of Content Production:
Matt Marsters
Producer:
Alison Walsh
Project Manager:
Phil Krick
Editor/Motion Graphics:
Dave Hall
Content Writer:
Jay Tremblay
Video Production Director:
Aaron Beaucher
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