Moonshot Free Weekend!

Play Moonshot for Free This Weekend!

Moonshot defies genres a bit: it’s sort of like Worms, but in space – mostly.  It’s multiplayer, real-time, and you can move from planet to planet, and it’s a ton of fun to play with your friends.  Developed by the indie studio Pump Action Games, We met up with the studio’s co-founder, Brent Elmer, at PAX East 2016, and Moonshot will be making an appearance in part 2 of our PAX East coverage which rolls out this week.  In the meantime, we wanted to let you all know that in celebration of their online matchmaking system going live, everyone can play Moonshot for free this weekend!  Head over to their Steam download page here anytime after 10am PDT Thursday and before 1pm PDT Sunday to check it out!

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We have more coverage on Moonshot coming soon, but don’t miss a chance to try it out and help the guys at Pump Action Games stress-test their new matchmaking system this weekend, and let us know here (and on steam!) how you liked it in the comments below.

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