Cosmonauts brings turn-based space combat to Android

Cosmonauts brings turn-based space combat to Android

Superplay Games, an independent team up of seasoned gaming developers and gamers, have released their first title this week.  Called Cosmonauts, it’s a free download for Android 2.0 or higher (most tablets) which lets players take turns against one another up in the stars. Featuring both single-player and multiplayer modes, the game offers power-ups, space debris, mines, asteroids and gravity wells.  Although the game is free to install and play, in-app purchases is where you find the best stuff, including additional power-ups, weapons, characters, and more.

According to the press release, Superplay Games plans to offer new content on a regular basis, providing long term replay value.  We’re really digging the cartoon-ish vibe of the game and can’t wait to see what else comes out of this team.

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Superplay Games Shoots for the Stars with First Mobile Title

Cosmonauts Now Available For Free Download on the iOS App Store and Android Marketplace

Laguna Beach, Calif. – Oct. 18, 2011 – Superplay Games, a new independent social mobile game developer created by game industry veterans from Blizzard Entertainment, Electronic Arts, Petroglyph, Oddworld Inhabitants and Turbine, is pleased to introduce Cosmonauts, the company’s first title for iOS and Android. Cosmonauts features a cartoonishly daring art style and familiar gameplay, with players lobbing shots at each other in the cold void of space. Cosmonauts is free to download on both iOS and Android, with premium items available through in-game purchase.

“Cosmonauts is the first of many titles we have planned for emerging game platforms,” said Paul Della Bitta, president and co-founder of Superplay Games. “The Superplay team is composed of avid gamers and we are working hard to create fun titles that resonate with both our peers and casual gamers alike. Our goal is to create entertaining mobile games that are compelling and engaging on a single-player level but can also be easily shared and experienced with others.”

Key features of Cosmonauts include:

  • Single-Player Campaign and Multiplayer Modes:Players can practice kill shots, build experience and unlock collectibles in the single-player campaign, then compete online against friends and other players by using a mobile data connection in the Multiplayer mode
  • Turn-based Space Combat: There are no comrades in space. Players are pitted against each other in an arena filled with power-ups, space debris, mines, asteroids and gravity wells
  • Collectible Items: Get the extra edge in combat with power-ups, ranging from common to legendary, unlockable by winning space battles
  • Free to Download: Cosmonauts is free to download on iOS and Android with premium content, including additional weapons, characters, spaceships, paint jobs and single-player campaign available for in-game purchase

Superplay Games plans to offer regular content updates with new ships, guns, items, characters and single player campaign episodes. Players can download the game for iOS devices at the iTunes Store and for Android devices on the Android Marketplace.

About Superplay Games

Superplay Games is a social mobile game developer and publisher headquartered in Southern California. Founded by game industry veterans from Blizzard Entertainment, Oddworld Inhabitants, Electronic Arts, and Petroglyph in 2011, Superplay is dedicated to creating mobile games that are not only entertaining and engaging on a single-player level, but also compelling and easy to share the experience with friends and family worldwide.

For more information about Superplay Games, including career opportunities, visit us atwww.superplaygames.com and follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn.

 

 

 

 

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