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First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath


10:00 AM on 07.12.2009



Dtoider Agent MOO has been working on his game called Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath, or Ammo for short, for a very long time now. The community has been playtesting it ever since we got wind of his game and now it’s on its way to Xbox 360’s Indie Games channel. It’s currently going through peer review and will go for 200 MS Points once it’s been cleared through.

AMMO will feature five maps, four-player split screen, 16 player versus mode, AI bots, “Moochievements” and four game types. AMMO also stars the Destructoid staff! Mr. Destructoid, that Shark asshole, RetroforceGO! and a few others are all playable characters in AMMO.

AMMO should be out in about a month. In the mean time, you can go playtest the game yourself over on Agent MOO’s Website and check out the first trailer after the jump that features music written by our very own GuitarAtomik of I KILL PXLS fame. 

First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo
First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo
First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo
First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo
First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo
First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo
First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo
First trailer for Agent MOO: Maximum Overdeath photo





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