The best post-apocalyptic videos from January 6th to 12th

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Post-apocalyptic festival Wasteland Weekend 2021
Wasteland Weekend only ended three months ago, but some might say it never ends. So, as you prepare for the next event, check out this really great video that for 24 minutes shows what Wasteland Weekend is all about, from the puppet shows to the nighttime entertainment to bartertown, the stage and the cars and … seriously, there is only so much.

MOONFALL Finale Trailer (2022)
Moonfall will be out on February 4th, and this new (and final!) Trailer shows more of this disaster survival movie. It plays the guy who played Samwell Tarly in Game of Thrones, so that’s a definite plus.

Into the Void – Full Movie – Free
If you’re in the mood to see a full indie film about pandemic survivors, check out this video from Into the Void. It’s a pretty crazy story of a man who seeks help from an ex-lover, dealing with undead people AND his undead past. Yeowch.

FAR: Tide Change Pre-Order Trailer
This trailer is for the upcoming game FAR: Changing Tides, which is basically about keeping your old rusty ship afloat on the ocean while you survive the apocalypse. It’s the sequel to FAR: Lone Sails, an amazing game with a similar premise on land from 2019.

Trailer reveal | Showa American history
Another game revealed this week is Showa American Story, an RPG that pays homage to 1980s B-movies. You can also take a more detailed look at the upcoming game here.

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Shawn has been infatuated with the post-apocalyptic genre since he wore out his horrific American-dubbed VHS of the original Mad Max as a kid. Shawn is former editor-in-chief of Joystiqs, creator of the post-apocalyptic immersion event Aftermath, and has hosted the podcast Through the Aftermath for over 11 years. He currently lives with his wife and four children on a mountain in the middle of nowhere.

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