Kirkland, WA, February 20, 2012 - Space battles are back! Newly formed game studio Imba Entertainment is pleased to announce Moon Breakers, an online game focused on bringing classic space combat to wherever Google Chrome is found.
The game pits two teams of players against each other in objective-based missions, where nimble star ships dogfight and Carriers bristle with automated gun turrets as they fend off torpedoes and cannon fire, all set to a soundtrack by legendary composer Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica, Walking Dead). Moon Breakers' formula of incredibly intuitive controls, crisp visuals and thrilling action gives players an experience unlike anything they've played in a browser, and best of all it's free to play.
"We're big fans of the classic PC space shooters of the 90's," said Ed Byrne, Creative Director. "So we're thrilled to bring that genre alive again for both a new generation of players and hardcore fans alike. As we expand Moon Breakers we'll begin to introduce some exciting contemporary features in the works, including fully customizable ships, player clan 'squadrons', and unique mission objectives."
Moon Breakers plays seamlessly on multiple operating systems, directly in Google's Chrome browser with one click. Once new pilots sign in they will be able to jump into battle with the 'Mamba' light fighter and 'Rhino' bomber. Other ships can be unlocked using Moon Breaker's in-game Helium-3 currency. Additionally, players earn Cred as they play which is used to upgrade their ships even further, allowing for extensive customisation.
Moon Breakers is available now, and the launch trailer can be seen below:
Imba Entertainment was founded in 2011 by a cadre of veteran Seattle-area developers. Moon Breakers is Imba's first released title.
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