WARSOUP is an independently funded Real Time Strategy First Person Shooter currently in development at Moon Studios. Moon Studios is headed by Ex-Blizzard Artist Thomas Mahler. Warsoups development started in August 2010. The game focuses on RESOURCES, UPGRADES, MAP CONTROL, TIMING.
I’ve been waiting for this day to finally show the world what we at Moon Studios have been up to!
Over the past four months, we put together a small independent games studio and immediately started working on our first project: WARSOUP.
WARSOUP is a Realtime Strategy First Person Shooter - We’re combining the first person shooter genre with elements from classic strategy games. Think Halo meets Starcraft.
We put together a first introduction video of an early development build. In the video, we introduce the key elements of WARSOUP, you can watch it right HERE:
Make sure you check it out and leave us some feedback. We’ve been working extremely hard to get to the current state and we can’t wait to hear what you guys think!
Thanks a lot to our team, who’s done an incredible job pushing through to deliver a really polished vertical slice. Great job, you guys! :)
It's about time! Warsoups development status can now be tracked on IndieDB.
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I'm sad about this :\
Me, wasn't signed in, Ooops
is it dead? i really want to buy the game for xbox 360
the website is down...
****, when will be update already?It's really super-cool game(
It's written black on white.
is this just Multiplayer?
For the record, this game isn't dead. I received a reply from one of the developers, and they were signing with a publisher!
Well that's good. :)