Moon Breakers is a free to play game, distributed through Steam, that was developed by IMBA and published by Uber. The game is unique, a space dogfighter that requires real piloting skill, and while it is raw around the edges it has huge potential. The developers were actively involved with the community, listening to feedback and releasing frequent updates. They promised new features in the near future that would substantially improve the game, and the player base was quite excited about what was to come. That ended in early September, when the main developer simply disappeared. No more responses to users, no more updates, nothing. We don't know if development of the game is going to continue or if the servers will simply be shut off one day. What we do know is that people can still pay real money for ships - this money was to fund future development, but what is it funding now? I'm asking because one of the Planetary Annihilation videos shows William Johnson, the Moon Breakers lead dev, working on PA's user interface. So I'm respectfully asking what are Uber's intention regarding Moon Breakers? Will the game continue or will it be dropped? We your paying customers would really just like to know what it is you have planned for the game that many of us still enjoy even with its flaws, and which many have contributed money towards.