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Multiplayer mystery game Mush launches today

Award-winning browser game is The Thing in space...

TUESDAY 5 NOVEMBER, 2013 -- Mush - the newest browser-based addition to Motion Twin’s growing list of successful games, such as Die2Nite and Teacher Story - is available to play from today.

In this award-winning multiplayer mystery, you wake aboard the Daedalus alongside 15 other rebels. But two of them are infected by the Mush, a deadly alien parasite hell-bent on putting an end to all human life.

The game, which has already impressed both critics and the public during its beta phase, takes you to the farthest reaches of space. There you must work together as a team to undertake the daily tasks that keep the rebel spaceship running long enough to research a cure for the parasite.

It isn’t as simple as it sounds. Two players will control the Mush, deceiving everyone around them in an attempt to sabotage, infect and kill all crew members, and in turn putting an end to humanity’s last hope.

Winner of the Originality Award at 2013’s European Indie Game Days, Mush takes co-operative browser-based gaming to a new level of tension and unease. Communication, strategy and vigilance are crucial to your survival - but with the alien parasites hidden among the crew, who can you really trust?

Mush is available to play on your browser right now at http://mush.twinoid.com - but the voyage doesn’t stop today: developers Motion Twin will be releasing regular content updates over the coming months.

What People Are Saying

“Bloody brilliant” - US Gamer

“The exact type of experience I want from social games” - IndieStatik

“So intriguing and smart that MMO developers would be wise to pay attention” - Massively (Joystiq)


Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7mLqyPDEFo

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