Unfortunate Spacemen is a unique multiplayer about surviving, working together, and killing as Spacemen. It has been in Early Access for a little while now, but that time is officially over. \n \nThe game about deception and shape-shifting is now available to all. Even better, it doesn't cost a thing. You can experience its visually-appealing alien setting and space designs for absolutely nothing. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=P0bIBGxfvMs \n \nThe premise of the game's main mode is pretty simple. You're either part of the Spacemen crew or you're a monster. As Spacemen, you'll go through various areas completing objectives, in which case you can get rescued. \n \nOr you and your crew members can decide to take the fight to the monsters lurking in the shadows. How you approach gameplay is completely up to you, but expect there to be some losses and hardships along the way. \n \nThose who're lucky enough to be selected as the monster also can approach gameplay in different ways. For instance, you can shape-shift to resemble a Spaceman. You can then plot your attack carefully on unsuspecting Spacemen. \n \nIf you like taking a more direct approach, you can simply remain in monster form and start taking out everything that comes your way. \n \nThere are a couple of other modes that are currently available, including a story and survival mode. In story mode, you can team up with up to five others and take down the Crumerian insect swarm. \n \nSurvival mode is even more massive, featuring 9-player support. The longer that everyone survives, the more difficult the challenges become. \n \nIt's the shape-shifter mode that seems like the most fun and chaotic. Up to 16 players can join in on a match and let their paranoia set in. Who's the monster and which crew members can you truly trust? These questions will be running through your brain as you move through some amazing space-themed environments. \n \nUnfortunate Spacemen looks like a very unique title that is definitely worth checking out if you love a good multiplayer. There seems to be a ton of content and modes already right out of the gate, and the developer doesn't have plans of stopping. \n \nIt's also nice that it's being offered for free, although for how long is not entirely clear. Either way, you can take this opportunity to enjoy its survival gameplay by heading on over to the Steam platform. Just make sure you're ready for deception and non-stop action from start to finish.