UPDATED: Space Pirates And Zombies Will be Added to the OnLive Service Next Week

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UPDATED: The Space Pirates and Zombies announcement was a typo on OnLive’s part. It is scheduled to be released to OnLive next week. Here is the official message that was tweeted from OnLive – “Oops, we were a bit overzealous. Space Pirates and Zombies will be released next week!”

OnLive announced today that ‘Space Pirates and Zombies’ is now available on the cloud gaming service. Last night we saw ‘RollerCoaster Tycoon 3′ and Crazy Cats added to the PlayPack, along with ‘Red Faction: Guerrilla’, so this newest addition was a bit unexpected.

While OnLive tweeted the following message moments ago, “Space Pirates and Zombies – @SPAZGAME available now & New PlayPack games: Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 & Crazy Cats Love,” the game still isn’t showing up in the marketplace. We assume it will become available within the next few hours, but we can’t say with any certainty.

‘Space Pirates And Zombies’ is a game from developer MinMax Games. It is a single player Real-time Strategy RPG game, that was released on for PC (via several download methods) back in August of 2011.

Here is a brief overview of the game courtesy of the game’s official website:

At its core, Space Pirates and Zombies is an action based, skill oriented, top down space combat game. It’s similar to the ones we knew and loved in years past, but now using full physics simulation and modern graphics for those oh so pretty explosions. But as you dig deeper, SPAZ becomes much more.

33 ships to research, build, outfit and pilot.

70 unique components to discover and customize your fleet’s performance.

Totally physics based combat system.

Fight Zombie infestations, battling a full zombie ecosystem comprising four stages of un-life.

Explore a persistent randomly generated galaxy containing hundreds of star systems.

Freedom to explore the galaxy and take on challenges at your own pace.

Aid, flee, or exploit the warring factions in each star system.

Let us know what you think about seeing this game added to OnLive at the OnLiveFans.com Forum.


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Alan Blankenship On January - 17 - 2012

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