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Space Noir's spaceship combat headed to PC and tablets from N-Fusion and Unity Games

Space Noir, a spaceship-based shooter from N-Fusion Interactive, is in development for PC as well as Android and iOS tablets and scheduled to be released this summer, publisher Unity Games announced today.

The developer behind Air Mail and Deus Ex: The Fall will tell the story of Hal Markham, a bounty hunter who only companion is his ship's AI, Rhonda. Space Noir will include five worlds, 35 missions and story that centers on a mysterious conspiracy.

"We're delighted to be able to reveal Space Noir to the world," said Jeff Birns, CEO and owner of N-Fusion Interactive. "The game is a true labor of love for us and represents not only what we learned on Deus Ex: The Fall and Air Mail, but also our belief in gamers' renewed appetite for high quality, core games on PC and tablets."

Unity Games, the publishing arm of Unity Technologies, a company known best for its Unity 3D game engine, launched its first core title, Black Tower Studios' Archangel, in January. You can check out Space Noir in the gallery below.

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