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About Trek Industries

Trek Industries is a technology and software company.

NEW SECTORS
Our core passion remains within Interactive Software and Game Development.  Additionally, we will be extending our resources into generating advancements and awareness into additional sectors including Clean Energy, Artificial Intelligence and Natural Preservation.
COMMUNITY FOCUSED
We are going to be involving our community every step of the way. We will be keeping you updated on our products, showcasing behind-the-scenes developments, sharing our inspirations and involving you with community events, competitions and fundraisers.
 
BUILDING A BETTER WORLD
TREK Industries allows us to not only listen to what you’re involved with or passionate about but to act on it and support it in new and more fulfilling ways. With each addition the single goal is to improve the world in which we all share together.
MOBILE, REMOTE-BASED DEVELOPMENT
Our new development model allows us to travel directly to the sources of my inspiration as well as interact with remote-based Developers, Partners and attend industry conferences with significantly lower expenses and a greater quality of life as a reward.
 

CREATING A DIFFERENCE

BUILDING GAMES TO BETTER OUR WORLD

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Some Fun Statistics

17
Developer Count
4
Titles Released
3
Products In Development
2015
Next Release

Building games to better our world.

Our Products

We love playing games and we especially love making games.  Here is what we’ve done so far…

Buy @ Trek Buy @ Steam
ORION: Prelude

ORION: Prelude

(2014) Steam | $0.99c
ORION: Dino Horde

ORION: Dino Horde

(2013) Steam | $14.99
ORION: Dino Beatdown

ORION: Dino Beatdown

(2012) Steam | $9.99
ORION: Prototype

ORION: Prototype

(2010) Desura | Free

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The people who we trust so far

Logo – Steam
Logo – SpaceX
Logo – NASA
Logo – Intel
Logo – Epic
Logo – Amazon
Logo – PayPal

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