April 24, 2012 9:00 PM | Danny Cowan
A recent blog post at Super Crate Box developer Vlambeer's website saw the release of the abandoned game Space Murder, along with an announcement of the studio's next release.
The prototype Flash version of Space Murder is free to play, though Vlambeer warns that it's "nowhere near done." Despite the bugs and placeholder elements, the game presents an intriguing blend of strategy and arena shoot-'em-up gameplay, and it's worth checking out if you're a fan of the studio's work.
Vlambeer additionally revealed the upcoming release of Luftrausers, an expanded version of last year's browser game Luftrauser. Further details will be announced next week, though Vlambeer's Rami Ismail tells Joystiq that the game is "basically Luftrauser redone from scratch, with everything ten times as spectacular."
Ismail continues: "The biggest difference is that you'll be able to build your own Rauser. We've got the full Super Crate Box art-team in the shape of Paul 'Pietepiet' Veer and Roy Nathan de Groot working on it. KOZILEK will be back to redeem his spot for the amazing soundtrack."