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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]


Four years into their friendship-ruining party game adventure, Those Awesome Guys reach one of Move or Die’s most important milestones to date - over one million Steam copies sold. To mark the momentous occasion, the developers have prepared a series of surprises which include an AMA with the founder, a brand new character and two days of free-access to their game. 


Here are the main attractions of Move or Die’s latest One Million Update: 


Move or Die, free to play

  • The Update is launching alongside a Steam Midweek Sale which will give the players the opportunity to play the game for free, between 22-24 September. This means that, between that time period, everybody with a Steam account can experience the frantic pace of Move or Die absolutely free of charge. 

Reddit AMA with the man behind the mayhem 

  • On the 22 September 10 AM PST, Nick (Xelu) Berbece, the man responsible for Move or Die, will be hosting an AMA Session on the front page of /r/games, where he’ll be happy to answer any question regarding  the game, and maybe even some completely unrelated ones. 

Mint-conditioned new character! 

  • To commemorate their achievement, the Move or Die team are also introducing a strapping new character named Millie. As a walking wad of cash, we bet he feels like a million bucks. In order to unlock him, players will have to join at least one online session of Move or Die during its free-to-play period. (Sept 22-24).


Last but not least, the developers would like to extend their gratitude towards the community for helping them achieve this seemingly impossible goal. 


To learn more about Move or Die, please visit, ‘Like’ it on Facebook, and follow its development on Twitter @moveordiegame for all the latest developer updates and news.