Smith and Winston gets a release date

smith and winston gets a release date for linux mac windows pc

Smith and Winston gets a release date for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Execution Unit. Who actually announced the news a couple of days back. Due to launch on Steam and Itch this week.

It looks like Smith and Winston is ready for a full release. Which is also hailed as the best voxel based shooter game. Due to this being a massive destruction comedy twin stick action shooter. Releasing on Linux, Mac and Windows PC, August 27th. Actually, I’ve been holding onto this detail for a few days. Hoping to release details closer to launch day.

Smith and Winston Release

When a strange signal is detected in deep space. The Federation orders Smith and Winston to go in and investigate. What they find, after a brief nap, is a shattered ring world. So the usual things, aliens and an evil overlord called the VOID.

After crashing into the ring world. Due to a slight navigation error hitting an asteroid. You guide Smith and Winston through this strange new world.

Shippy, your ship, is there to help or maybe she’s there to kill you? Who knows? Either way, if you’re going to get home for another nap. You’ll need to collect power cubes to repair Shippy!

Smith and Winston is a twin stick voxel shooter. With limitless level destruction, exploration and full 3D combat. Featuring hand-crafted, high definition voxel levels. Execution Unit has the philosophy, “if you can see it, you can destroy it”.

It’s been a long four years creating unique technology to create an engine flexible enough to showcase Smith and Winston at 60 fps with massively destructive environments.

As a result of all this good news. Checking both Steam and Itch. There seems to be a price difference between the two stores. Since Itch offers a Steam code and is $1 cheaper. Or so it seems. During check out, both prices are actually the same, $9.99 USD. Available for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. With a full release date of August 27th.

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