Mecha Ace on Steam


One of our bestselling games, Mecha Ace, is now available on Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Buy it today for 34% off the regular price!

Mecha Ace: Duel giant mechs with plasma sabers to save us all

Step into the cockpit of a giant robot in an interstellar civil war! Customize your mecha to duel against enemy pilots with “monosaber” plasma swords. Find glory, disgrace, and even love.

“Mecha Ace” is a thrilling interactive sci-fi novel by Paul Wang, where your choices control the story. The game is entirely text-based–without graphics or sound effects–and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

We need your support to continue delivering our games on Steam. Our goal is to release our entire catalog of interactive novels on Steam. Based on the performance of Heroes Rise, Valve has allowed us to ship Choice of the Deathless, Thieves’ Gambit: Curse of the Black Cat, and Mecha Ace. We’ll need to continue to deliver outstanding results to prove that interactive fiction can be successful on Steam.

We’re asking all of our fans to follow us on Steam. Even if you don’t use Steam that much, it will be a big help if you sign up to follow us there, because the more followers we get, the better visibility we get on Steam’s curator list. (Our goal is to hit 3,000 followers for our Steam curation page; we’re about 9% of the way there after just a week!)

When you follow us, you’ll see our games and our recommended games right on your Steam home page. It’s free, and it’s a big help to us, so follow us today!


If I have mecha ace on, can I then get it on Steam?

Same thing with Choice of the Deathless - I have it for Andriod, can I get it on Steam?


I don’t think so. The different platforms don’t really work together like that.


You know, I’d actually wondered about this as well, since I know some companies give away free steam keys if you purchase the game from their main site. I’d wondered what was up with that. I suppose it’s then perhaps a little too easy to just give that steam key to someone else?