Earth No More Trademark Shifts to New Owner; Game May Not be Dead Afterall

March 30, 2015

If you cast your mind back a few years you may remember Earth No More being announced. No? Well, it was, but since its initial announcement we’ve heard hide nor hair about the project and it’s long been considered a dead project.

The first-person shooter was in development with veteran studio 3D Realms, but recently the trademark has shifted to another party; Scott Miller.

Back when Earth No More was first unveiled in 2008, Radar Group was the trademark owner and brand manager of sorts. What’s interesting is that Scott Miller is actually the CCO of Radar Group, so for the trademark to shift over to him as an individual is particularly odd.

The trademark which was filed earlier this month describes the mark as:

Computer game programmes downloadable via the Internet; Computer game programs; Computer game software; Computer game software downloadable from a global computer network; Computer game software for personal computers and home video game consoles; Computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones; Computer programs for video and computer games; Video game software

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The premise of the game was certainly an interesting one; a world that’s being infested with poisonous red vines, humanity on the brink of extinction, so on and so forth.

With not much being known about the project this does seem to be an indication that there’s something happening with it and that the game isn’t totally dead in the water. Here’s hoping we hear more soon.

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