Cannons Lasers Rockets

Cannons Lasers Rockets (CLR) is a free-to-play cross-platform multiplayer PvP/Co-op arcade space game. It is a fast-paced, easy to learn, bright and colorful multiplayer space arcade that we aim to make equally enjoyable by hardcore and casual gamers.

CLR provides wide variety of combat roles fitting different playing styles (achieved by selecting one of many starships and further customizing it with enhancements) and both Individual and clan-based gameplay.

For victory you need only three tools – Cannons, Lasers and Rockets! Discover a spaceship MOBA game with 2D combat in 3D environment, wide variety of play styles and fun gameplay for casual and pro gamers alike.

Quickly learn how to control your spaceship, defeat your enemies and customize your spacecraft to suit your needs. Become a brave star pilot and fight other pilots for gold, for glory and for fun!

Features include:

  • Simplified controls
  • A dozen of ships to use in the main game mode
  • Provides 2D spaceship combat in a 3D environment
  • Interactive environment that can be used for combat advantage
  • Steam friends
  • Group-play support
  • PvP and Co-Op (PvE) gameplay
  • Dozens of maps and multiple mission types
  • Reputation system
  • Account-level system
  • Tutorial mode
  • Steam-based Leaderboards, achievements and special in-game challenges
  • Free-to-play, not pay to win
  • Cross-platform multiplayer

Developer: Net Games Laboratory
License: Closed Source

Cannons Lasers Rockets

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