Now here's a mini-game I haven't given any thought in years. Super Soviet Missile Mastar from Alien Hominid is making the leap to iPhone and iPad -- possibly as early as next month. And it's going to be free.
Honestly, I think it's for the best that The Behemoth isn't charging. Not that no one would buy an iOS version of SSMM or anything. Plenty would, I'm sure. But this way it can be a feel-good event that hopefully raises awareness for the studio's newer stuff.
Also, we should really consider erecting a gigantic United States flag. The rest of the world will love us for it!
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