TopWare Interactive has released of a free demo for the space combat simulator Iron Sky: Invasion. The videogame was developed alongside the movie Iron Sky, and is now available on Steam across Europe. The demo version shows the tutorial plus the first thirty minutes of gameplay.
The videogame runs parallel to the film, with the player assuming the role of a crack space pilot battling against the evil Nazi horde from the dark side of the moon. Led by the diabolical Admiral Willhelm Kreutz, the player must win epic space battles and down and dirty dogfights as the Nazis attempt to invade earth. Original actors from the movie in all new scenes help to create a seamless blend between the videogame and the movie.
In addition to the release of the demo, TopWare has also announced the release of a new update fixing some small issues with the videogame. PC users will only need to start the game, while Mac users can download the update on the games homepage of the App Store.
Iron Sky: Invasion is available now for PC and Mac, and the much delayed console version of Iron Sky: Invasion will be released later this month. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on Iron Sky: Invasion and other titles from TopWare Interactive.