Turn-based strategy Moonbase Commander has been given a new lease of life as Rebellion publishes the 2002 strategy title on Steam, bringing Humongous Entertainment's original to new fans.
Moonbase Commander was one of Rebellion's "first priorities" in the Atari auction, as the studio explore the "real renaissance" in turn-based strategy. It's out for £4.99/$5.99.
This new release includes the full single player campaign, customisable maps and skirmish. It also supports multiplayer over LAN. It was critically praised back in 2002.
“MBC was one of our first priorities at the Atari auction. We’re big fans of the game – it’s a classic example of simple, elegant design and its aged so well. Our main priority was getting Steam support sorted and show to a whole new generation of PC gamers," said CEO and Creative Director Jason Kingsley.
“There’s been a real renaissance in turn-based strategy recently, driven by the explosion in mobile gaming. It’s something we can’t ignore.” Moonbase Commander is available now on .
Rebellion re-launch Atari's Moonbase Commander, part of 'turn-based renaissance'
10 February 2014 | By Simon Priest
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