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Much like the upcoming Gravity Ace, we have another new take on the classic gameplay found in the likes of Lunar Lander & Thrust with Rocket Shipment.

All the classic gameplay elements are there having you fly, grapple, puzzle and refuel all while exploring caverns and fighting gravity in this physics based delivery game. There's also confirmed be a level editor, which will have Steam Workshop integration to create and play content from the community.

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According to the latest announcement, they will have a demo up for the next Steam Game Festival happening in October.

Their current plan is to enter Early Access later this year, with a tentative date for the release being in December. They're saying Early Access could last until Q3 2021. During that time, they will be looking to add in more levels up to at least 50, a ton of new level components that can also be used in the level editor, ship customization, controller support, cloud saves and much more.

You can follow Rocket Shipment on Steam.

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Somehow this has an XPilot feel to it. I guess I am showing my age there!
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