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Uber Entertainment announces Planetary Annihilation

Aug 15 // Harry Monogenis
   @GlitteryCrumpet

Uber Entertainment, the people behind Super Monday Night Combat, has come out today and announced a new game, Planetary Annihilation, which may or may not see the light of day depending on you. Yes, you.

Planetary Annihilation, as Uber has put it, is a "next generation real-time strategy game" and a "truly innovative spin on what RTS games can and should be" which has been inspired by Total Annihilation. The game will have you assembling an empire of robots with the goal being to conquer and/or completely annihilate your enemies' planets - which sounds absolutely amazing.

But again, Planetary Annihilation may or may not happen depending on you. You see, Uber Entertainment is hoping to get the funding needed to make this game happen through Kickstarter, stating that, "We really really want to make this game for you." On the Kickstarter page and the game's official site, Uber lays out a pretty detailed description of what Planetary Annihilation will contain over on the, which is definitely worth giving a good read.

Also worth a look is a seven minute video on Planetary Annihilation further detailing several aspects of the game; the type of music they plan to use, gameplay, art style and showing us all why Uber Entertainment is the best studio to get this game made. 

I have to say, they make a pretty convincing argument with the coffee machine. 


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