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: Neon Shadow
Crescent Moon Games, the studio behind the lauded Ravensword series of RPGs, has recently declared that the premium revenue model has met its demise. In a public response to a one star review of their first person shooter, Neon Shadow, a staff member Josh responded to a complaint about the title being switched from a paid app to free-to-play game.
The recently released multiplayer FPS game Neon Shadow from Crescent Moon Games and Tasty Poison Games has made the jump from standard Android devices over to the Android-powered game console Ouya today. This FPS game takes inspiration from some of the more old school games in this genre like Doom but wraps it all up in a cyberpunk theme instead.
Crescent Moon Games and Tasty Poison Games have teamed up and released a new cyber punk themed FPS game called Neon Shadow today for Android gamers to dig into. Before you ask the inevitable question when it comes to FPS games let us answer it for you right now – yes there is controller support.