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Move or Die to Make Its E3 Debut

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Move or Die to Make Its E3 Debut

Has the hustle and bustle of bloated announcements of new consoles and AAA game delays got you tired of E3? Does making new friends and proceeding to viciously end those friendships appeal to you? Well, you’re in luck! Move or Die, the ultimate friendship-ruining party game will be playable at E3 – Nicolae Berbece, lead developer of the game, will be on-hand to demonstrate his upcoming update to the popular multiplayer sensation that includes a new Hoops mini-game, zany additional characters, and in-game chat features.

Check out the Viewers vs Streamers Update video of Move or Die, featuring the Twitch streaming mechanics and numerous extra content for the game:

E3 attendees who have not experienced one of the most popular multiplayer party games this year are encouraged to make appointments for personal demos with the dev team.

WHAT:       E3 Demonstration of Move Or Die upcoming update
WHO:         Nicolae Berbece, lead developer of Those Awesome Guys
WHERE:     IndieCade Showcase @ E3, Booth #623, South Hall
WHEN:       June 14 – 16 (Regular E3 2016 convention hours)
WHY:         Because your body is ready.

Available now on Steam, Move or Die will have gamers battling each other in an ever-growing list of game modes. Each challenge has its own outrageous level design and rule set to promote hours of laughter and good old friendship-destroying fun. Win battles and unlock insane new character skins and crazier game modes.

Founded in 2012 by Nicolae Berbece, Those Awesome Guys is a one-man independent video game developer based in Romania that teams up with developers from around the world to create awesome games. Coming from a browser games background, and after releasing a handful of flash games, including Concerned Joe, a 2D puzzle platformer flash game that generated a small, but dedicated following, Nick decided to give the title a proper remake. And so was born Move or Die, an absurdly fast-paced multiplayer party game currently available on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux.

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To learn more about Move or Die, please visit www.moveordiegame.com

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