Awesomenauts is now available to everyone on Steam

Ronimo Games’ MOBA title, Awesomenauts, is now available to everyone on Steam. Awesomenauts is a MOBA fitted into the form of an accessible 3-on-3 action platformer, in which players head out to the battlefields together with their friends as an online party or in local splitscreen.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Saturday morning is back – 3v3 online platforming action in true Saturday Morning cartoon style!
  • It’s a MOBA! – classes, upgrades, creeps, turrets, bases and tactical depth are all present. Awesomenauts adds fast paced platforming gameplay to create a truly unique and accessible MOBA experience
  • The Awesomenauts – take control of an extensive cast of highly customizable Awesomenauts, each with their own set of abilities, upgrades, skins, and character themes!
  • Play it your way! – a fully-featured map editor with Steam Workshop integration, custom games, shareable game modes, and lots of crazy community-created content to enjoy!
  • Splitscreen action – Online and offline play with up to 3 players in local splitscreen! Get some friends together and take on the world!
  • Regular updates – regular additions of new Awesomenauts, balance updates, unlockable stuff, and more.
  • Unlock it all! – earn Awesomepoints to unlock new characters and customization options!
  • Push it to the limit – Face melting battles across multiple exotic planets and alien spaceships!

Those interested can go ahead and download the game from Steam.

Have fun!

Awesomenauts - Free to Play Launch Trailer

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