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AirMech is a fast-paced Action RTS game that can be played online competitively or cooperatively. Earn Kudos and Experience in battle and unlock a wide collection of AirMechs, Pilots, Units and Items to customize your army to suit your own strategy.

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AirMech: Command

AirMech: Command brings fast-paced giant robot combat to virtual reality via the Oculus platform. Coming soon!


AirMech: Command

AirMech Command
We’re really excited to announce that AirMech:Command will be released alongside the Oculus Rift when it launches on March 28th. We’ve been hard at work bringing the AirMech experience to VR and we can’t wait for you to see the game in its most immersive form yet. Thank you so much for playing AirMech and for the continued support and feedback you’ve given us over the years to help make this game great

Carbon Games vs. Portugal - Round 1

Soccer Ball Pet
Carbon Games responds to being blocked by a Portuguese government agency for reasons unknown.

BELLEVUE, USA, Jan 20 2016 – Carbon Games was dismayed today to learn through support requests that access to our domain was restricted to any person, player, or consumer for major ISPs in the country of Portugal. Any attempt to reach our site resulted in a message that “the site that you’re trying to reach was blocked due to an order from the Regulator Agency” as seen here:

This all happened without any legal proceedings or warning from the Portuguese Regulating bodies. Whether by confusion or incompetence, a normal business and paying customers were affected by an overreaching regulation program limiting access to websites deemed ‘wrongful’. Carbon Games supports an open and free internet.

“Our currently released game AirMech is free for everyone to play, and as we are the original creators it’s super confusing why we would be blocked,” said James Green, Game Director at Carbon Games. “I expect this is just a cause of an automated system going out of control, and I hope this serves as an example of why automated systems to block people’s access to information can be so dangerous. It’s a shame that Portugal is going down the same path as some other countries who try to restrict what their citizens can see online.”

As a gesture of good will, Carbon Games is gifting everyone who logs in to AirMech today with a free Soccer Ball Pet. “We’re all big fans of Portugal’s national team, so this seems like a nice thing to do,” said Green. “They can block our website, but cannot block our love of football.”

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About Carbon Games

Carbon Games is an independent developer based in Bellevue, WA. Founded by the core team of Titan Studios who created Fat Princess, Carbon Games believes in creating games that are a mix of classic game mechanics with a unique and polished visual style. AirMech ( is their first published game, and they are currently focused on AirMech VR (virtual reality) The developers regularly discuss their progress and thoughts on game development on their website at

New Networking Model and Menu Tutorials

New Networking Model and Menu Tutorials
New Networking Model and Menu Tutorials

We’ve been doing a lot of work on the network code and are ready to try out a new model. Give it a try in multiplayer and be sure to let us know if it plays any smoother for you. Feedback is always appreciated.

New players will now be greeted upon exiting the Challenges and given a brief tutorial for the Basecamp and some pointers to help them out in the menus. A Comms Mk1 structure will now be required to view chat, and they’ll be prompted to get a blueprint from the Shop. Existing players will also need a Comms Mk1 Blueprint before they can access chat!

The Nanoforge has finally broken loose from the Info tab and is now a floating window with it’s own chat channel and redesigned UI.

There are a number of minor bugfixes and UI updates in this patch, but it’s main purpose is to test updates to the networking layer and work to address the disconnect issues we’ve been monitoring, as well as gain more information on startup issues that some players are having.

General Updates:

  • moved the Nanoforge out of the Info tab and into its own window
  • group selected units will now continue to their capture target even if it is captured before they arrive
  • new Basecamp and menu tutorials for new players
  • a Comms Mk1 structure is now required to use chat
  • improvements and optimizations to network code
  • Ultimate Parts for Helix added to the Shop: Ultimate Helix Engine, Ultimate Missile Ammo, Ultimate Helix Missile Launcher, and Ultimate Helix Armor
  • some improvements to AirMech AI
  • updated various dialog boxes
  • updates to pilot descriptions
  • added map lore tooltips
  • added map lore descriptions to map selection menu
  • tweaks to tooltip backgrounds

Bug Fixes:

  • fix for clicking Basecamp tiles through other menus
  • fix for blurry chat badges
  • fixed arm not appearing on Neo
  • fixed some detached fins on Striker skins
  • fix for units in cargo being given the capture command after dropping an infantry unit
  • fix for maps not saving correctly
  • some fixes for getting stuck in Basecamp tutorials
  • fix for AirMech Level Up ability not working with new ability system
  • fix for Honeypot using wrong range indicator while on a neutral/unowned socket
  • fixed crash issue after login
  • fixed left wing not showing ground contrails on some Striker skins
  • fixes for text spilling out of dialog boxes
  • fix for spectators gaining control of a player once all players have disconnected from the match

Balance Changes:

  • new stats for Satellite Item
  • allow Paladin aura to always be active in air-mode
  • Paladin aura range in air-mode decreased from 8 to 6
  • removed energy use for Paladin auras in air-mode
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About Carbon Games

Carbon Games Inc. is a privately held company based in Bellevue, WA formed by experienced industry veterans.

We are independent and free to make the games we want on the platforms we want, and interact with the public the way we want.

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