The Endless Mission is a sandbox-style creation game that takes players on a hero’s journey through a world where they will develop the power to craft games and experiences of their own – all while challenging forces larger than themselves.

Those who embark upon The Endless Mission are invited to mashup, mix, and modify games across a wide variety of beloved genres, even manipulating the essence of the game down to the very code itself – creating new experiences and gameplay opportunities they discover what is at stake for the work as we know it. Will you accept The Endless Mission?


Play through iconic video game genres set in a world that isn’t always as it appears. Guide your character through a platformer, kart racer, and an RTS all while pulling back the curtain on a larger world where you are about to become a big piece of the puzzle. More genres are going to be released continually.


Answer the question of what happens when you take the avatar from a platformer and drop her into the middle of a kart race by taking elements from the core genres and mashing them up. Each core genre game allows you to pull out the avatar, scene, and gameplay to be blended together in ways you never thought possible.


Build them better, faster, stronger - all with a simple slide or click. Modify game elements ranging from speed and health to enemy awareness in real-time just by making use of The Endless Mission’s integrated modification tools.


Super phenomenal nearly cosmic power! Built on Unity, the toolset for The Endless Mission gives you the opportunity to manipulate levels and assets to create whatever it is you can imagine. Machinima, games, anything. All in a true run-time environment.


Make something awesome and upload it to our content portal so that your friends and people around the world have the chance to play what you’ve made! Become a part of our community and play games the likes of which the world has never imagined.

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There have been a lot of games that give players the tools to create their own experience, but none like E-Line Media’s 'The Endless Mission.

Peter Clark, Variety