Astro Lords: Oort Cloud is currently a beta, and on December 12 we launched a Kickstarter campaign to speed up the release of the game.
Player bases are located on asteroids, which travel within the Oort Cloud. Once they’ve acquired the appropriate skills, players can control their asteroid’s movements.
Each player begins the game as an Astro Lord on their asteroid base. This base enables players to extract minerals and build factories, which will be used to produce ammunition and spare parts for their space ships.
This base is the player’s primary stronghold: other Lords can raid it, but they won‘t be able to capture it. Players can also capture up to five additional asteroids, which will be used to extract minerals. But beware: the player will have to remain on the alert to keep other Lords from recapturing the asteroids.
Mass-combat enthusiasts will love the Arena: here, players can battle it out against alien races (AI) or other Astro Lord players. Those battles take place in real-time, which allows players to actively take part in the game instead of just having to wait for the completion of their building projects.
You will experience complete freedom of action and social interaction.
Become a worthy Astro Lord!
Dear our backers!
Great news! We found a publisher and financing for Astro Lords project, and that's why canceled Kickstarter campaign.
Glu Mobile (NASDAQ:GLUU) is a leading global publisher of free-to-play games for smartphone and tablet devices and it means that everyone will be able to play Astro Lords: Oort Cloud on iOS and Android already this spring 2014!
Soon we will post official press release. Stay tuned!
Thanks to all of you for support, you are the best! Everyone who backed AL got an access to the game and also will get personal invitation once Astro Lords released!
One more great news - Astro Lords were chosen for Indie Prize Showcase Amsterdamduring Casual Connect Europe 2014! So everyone is invited, come and meet us in person!
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