Lunar Flight overhauled, adds multiplayer and two new difficulty levels

Lunar Flight

By on May 23, 2013 at 8:38 am

Indie developer and games.on.net community member Sean Edwards has written to us to let us know that the multiplayer update for Lunar Flight is now live.

Lunar Flight, which you can find on Steam, now has two multiplayer modes: mission score and deathmatch. Up to 16 players can take part, and there’s a full integrated server browser and multiplayer leaderboard. Check out the trailer below.

Oculus Rift support is coming next, Sean assures us — so stay tuned.

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Looking good. Man I need to get much better in controlling the lander until I’d even think about playing multiplayer though.

 

Looks like a lot of fun! I’m gonna get into this one of these days, I’ve got it on Desura.

 

Looking forward to trying mp on the weekend, great game and the additions that Sean has added over the last year have made this game great value.
vcatkiller, Sean’s pushing out the updates for Desura and the other platforms today so you should see an update on Desura for the mp, and he’s running a server atm and is keen to see some folks try out this latest version.

 
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