Gamers From Around the World Ready to Play Lansing Made Video Game
According to the Lansing State Journal, a video game developed in Lansing has been released to the public after gamers around the world voted it as the game they most wanted to see on Steam, a popular computer gaming platform with over 125 million players.
The game is called Tuebor, which was released on Thursday. It is listed as an early access game, meaning it is not a finished product, but it is free to play.
Tuebor takes place 5,000 years in the future where humans fight mutants, telepaths and cyborgs. Players can play one of 30 characters,
One of those characters is half woman, half spider Illiria. There's also a Scottish warrior who has a machine gun for an arm. The game is played in third person and has a massive online battle arena.