Download Jupiter Moons: Mecha PC Game

Download Jupiter Moons: Mecha

Size to download: 222.20 Mb. Version: V 0.2.5 | Early Access [New Version]

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Memory: 4 GB
Processor: 2 Ghz
Storage: 300 MB
Graphics: 2 GB
OS: Windows 7, 8, 10 (64 bits)
Developer: Rockandbushes
Version: V 0.2.5 | Early Access [New Version]

Jupiter Moons: Mecha is a tactical action with a card battleer elements. The game is devoted to battles between huge furs. It is necessary to choose your robot to join the fight with other combat furs. Depending on weapons and equipment, the battle tactics is determined. You can raise the level and pump skills. The deck determines the strategy of the fights and allow to study combo attacks.

The plot tells about the colonization of Jupiter with mega corporations. As a result, the strengths of this world did not share the sphere of influence on the new planet and untied the war, choosing huge combat cars as a soldier. Collecting an individual deck, a unique and powerful robot is created, ready to fight for his planet. The gameplay includes procedural generation in the style of the Rogan, creating unique missions, random enemies and a new location of objects. Each subsequent adventure is largely different from the previous.

Cards are added if there are new equipment or weapons. Changing equipment, a unique deck is going to. By participating in battles, the level of pilot rises. Skills can be configured independently, defining the battle style of its character. For pumping Available Tree from several branches, allowing to collect a unique bit of a fighter. Experimenting, you can develop an individual mechanic that will allow you to crush any enemy on your way.


  • Single campaign that allows you to learn the mystery of ancient devices;
  • 4 robot with their characteristics;
  • more than 30 types of weapons;
  • deck from more than 200 cards;
  • Over 20 enemy fur;
  • 6 powerful bosses.

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