Build, Conquer, Thrive: Embrace the Multiverse Adventure of AstroMust!
Pack your virtual space gear and prepare for an out-of-this-world adventure with AstroMust. This isn't your everyday game; it's an ambitious project that blends genres, introduces multiplayer elements, and weaves a narrative where every player has a role. The journey is set amidst minimalist low-poly art landscapes that add to the charm.
In the heart of AstroMust lies an intriguing mission - assembling the M.U.S.T, short for the Multi Universal Space Team. This elite group of AI robots is your ticket to conquering the cosmos, with their ability to tackle any hurdle that space throws at them. From exploration and competition to personalizing your experience, AstroMust brings a multitude of features to the table.
So join us, as we venture into the uncharted territories of AstroMust.
Action-Adventure, Survival, Battle Royale
Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android
Astromust introduces itself as a futuristic, multi-player, multi-genre open-world game set in the realm of space exploration, where players embark on an intergalactic journey that melds adventure and blockchain technology. The umbrella brand, Astromust, actually encompasses different games, currently composed of AstroCraft, AstroRoyale, and AstroVerse.
AstroCraft serves as a fascinating portal to various worlds. Here, players must utilize their skills to gather resources, advance technology, and overcome challenges. Hidden maps and easter eggs reward the curious who explore every nook and cranny. Available on both the App Store and Google Play, AstroCraft, for now, seems more like a tech demo than a complete game.
AstroRoyale, currently in its beta phase, is a battle royale game that pits players against each other in a quest for survival, starting with a 200 player pool each round. It's an intense fight to be the last one standing.
AstroVerse allows players to explore colorful worlds built on the Spatial.io metaverse platform, interacting with a diverse cast of characters including merchants, traders, and smugglers, each with their own unique narratives. Community-built "metaverses" provide additional exploration opportunities, with more to come.
I commend the vision of creating a gaming ecosystem where distinct games interconnect through a shared narrative, offering a choice between solo or team gameplay, and enabling item interoperability across different games. This ambitious project promises to cater to a broad spectrum of players, from crafting/survival enthusiasts to battle royale veterans, and casual gamers.
Focusing on AstroRoyale, which aligns most closely with our interests at XPAD, the game sports an appealing low-poly art style that is less graphically intensive, thus running smoothly on most systems. However, this can lead to visibility challenges due to effects like rain or smoke. The controls are responsive, making aiming feel fluid.
AstroRoyale boasts several game modes including Deathmatch, Elimination, and Battle Royale, supporting up to 200 players in the available map, Astro City. Crates scattered across the map offer a variety of weapons, ammunition, shields, and jet pack fuel - yes, a jet pack, providing a unique vertical dimension to gameplay.
Looking forward, Astromust has hinted at the launch of hyper-casual games and racing modules, adding more variety to this expanding ecosystem.
While it's still a work in progress, the promise of Astromust holds exciting prospects for the gaming community.
To wrap things up, Astromust brings a novel approach to the gaming world by combining multiple games under one shared narrative. Even though it's still in the early stages, AstroCraft, AstroRoyale, and AstroVerse are providing interesting experiences and showcase the vision the team has for the ecosystem. The use of blockchain technology and the low-poly art style are nice touches that set it apart from other games. Although it's not perfect and still has some kinks to iron out, Astromust is showing signs of promise. If it can achieve its ambitious vision, it may become an appealing destination for a wide range of gamers. For now, we'll be keeping an eye on its development and hope for the best.