ARMSCor Studios was founded in 2013 by me (Dana Beck) after the birth of our little girl. Because of circumstances, I had to leave my fulltime job to take care of her. I started working and reskilling myself, learning at first Photoshop and 3D modelling in Blender. As I had no art background, this was quite a challenge for me. I have always been interested in the military engineering side of things, so naturally gravitated towards modding military-themed games. With everybody and his mother doing U.S. and Russian military equipment, I went back to my roots and started with Southern African military equipment, with a strong secondary passion for Australian military equipment as my newly adopted country. In 2018 my wife was diagnosed with a brain tumour, putting more pressure on me to take ARMSCor Studios commercial. The vision is to represent Australasia and Southern Africa in its totality more in video games and digital media. Fauna, flora, locations, culture, etc.
Like everything in life, you have to start small, so the recent release of our first game, GO-4-Soldier-1 is our first small step to our eventual goal of a much larger RTS style game. The hope is that a measure of financial success from GO-4-Soldier-1 will help fund the development of our next game.
I thank you for considering supporting ARMSCor Studios in making the vision of Australasian and Southern African content IN videos games a reality. I am always looking to partner up, so if that is you, please get in contact with me.