TombStar is the Next Rootin' Tootin' Game from No More Robots

Published: August 4, 2020 1:58 PM /


TombStar reveal cover

No More Robots has revealed their next publishing project: TombStar, a space Western-themed top-down shooter from the creator of Crossy Road.

Get a feel for this brand-new game by checking out the TombStar Reveal Trailer!

In this upcoming game, an entire star system has been claimed by the terrible Grimheart Gang, making it hard for settlers to colonize these planets and live happy, peaceful lives. You and your fellow gunslingers must track down these criminals and bring them to justice!

This game features a strong Space Western theme; players will tackle giant robots while donning the finest of ten-gallon hats across four planets, each of which has its own distinct landscapes and challenges. Players can enjoy roguelite gameplay with a bunch of cool weapons utilizing what looks like pretty standard twin-stick shooter controls.

TombStar reveal slice

Sign up for the Beta and Try It for Free

If this game seems like your kind of jam, you'll be happy to hear that you can sign up for a beta and check it out early for free!

Your first step is going to be joining the TombStar Discord server. From there, you'll have to head into the #take-a-side channel and pick a team to participate in a metagame that will eventually lead to a beta key! The beta is expected to launch sometime later this year.

When is the TombStar Release Date?

Now that you've got the down-low on this upcoming game, when can you play it?

Well, there's good news and bad news. The bad news is that the TombStar release date will be sometime in 2021. The good news is that the free beta will be launching sometime later this year, so you'll at least get to check it out sooner rather than later.

For now, you can add TombStar to your wishlist on Steam. You can find out more about this upcoming game at

What do you think of the next game from No More Robots? Do you enjoy the Space Western aesthetic or would you have preferred something else? Let us know in the comments below!

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