Last week we reported on Crescent Moon Games replacing a couple of their games with free-to-play versions instead while stating that the premium price model is dead. Needless to say that caused quite an issue with a lot of people, especially with those who currently own the two games that were replaced with free-to-play versions: Mines of Mars and Neon Shadow. Now Crescent Moon Games is apologizing for the replacement of the premium versions and they have come up with a better plan for future changes.
Tag: Mines of Mars
Mines of Mars is a side-scrolling RPG from Crescent Moon games. For those that aren’t familiar with them, they also created the FPS called Neon Shadow, RPG RavenSword, and a slew of other games covering all sorts of genres. In my experience with their games, they don’t slouch. So to little surprise, this pattern holds with Mines of Mars.
Earlier this month we talked about Crescent Moon Games who happens to have a few titles on the way to Google Play in the very near future. One of those titles also happens to be trying to get on Steam through the Greenlight project and is called Mines of Mars. Well the fine folks over at Crescent Moon Games have released another trailer for this game showcasing more of the gameplay that will be arriving with Mines of Mars.
Crescent Moon Games has another title on the way aside from the Doom-style FPS game that they will be publishing soon. This other game is an interesting looking one called Mines of Mars and it seems to take cues from other titles such as Metroid and Motherlode. So what exactly is Mines of Mars all about?