Now with Steam Trading & unlockable TF2 hats and uniforms. Super MNC is a free to play, strategic, multiplayer shooter and the most popular lethal sport of the future!
User reviews: Mostly Positive (2,300 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 19, 2012

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"If you've always thought to yourself, 'Man, DOTA would be so much better as a shooter' - look no further."
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"This game deserves to be played this instant by any fan of MOBAs, shooters, or merry-and-manic mayhem."
86/100 – PCGamer

Steam Trading

This game participates in Steam Trading
Items from this game are tradable and can be viewed in your inventory on your Steam Community Profile.

Steam Exclusive Offer

Receive a free Super MNC-themed Team Fortress 2 hat or a TF2-themed Uniform in SMNC by unlocking an achievement in Super MNC!

  • To receive the Gunslinger Hat for Sniper in TF2, players must reach Agent Level 5 in SMNC.
  • To receive the Engineer Uniform for Combatgirl in SMNC, players must reach Agent Level 10 in SMNC.
  • To receive the Soldier Uniform and Rocket Launcher skin for Megabeth in SMNC, players must reach Agent Level 15 in SMNC.
  • To receive the Assassin Helmet for Pyro in TF2, players must reach Agent Level 20 in SMNC.

(Players who’ve already reached these levels will also receive the hats and uniforms.)

About This Game

What is Super Monday Night Combat?

Super Monday Night Combat is a free to play, strategic, multiplayer shooter… and the most popular lethal sport of the future! It blends intense tactical combat, a deep metagame, an ever-expanding roster of Pros, and an ever-growing amount of customizations. Why fight in bombed out cities or desert wastelands when you can have every kill streak judged by hilarious sportscasters and cheering, or jeering, fans?

Key Features:

Free to Play

Super Monday Night Combat is free to play! Players can choose from a rotation of free Pros to play every week and have a chance of winning most customizations and gameplay improvements from our Post-Game Prize system!

Unique Strategic Multiplayer Shooter

Super Monday Night Combat blends intense combat of a shooter with lots of strategic depth. Shooting enemy players and bots, upgrading skills, and using money wisely is key to being victorious.

The Rules Have Changed

Super Monday Night Combat has increased the roster of Pros, the strategic depth of gameplay, the customization options and the amount of metagame over it’s predecessor. On top of all that, the rules will continue to change! Super Monday Night Combat is updated every week with balance and gameplay improvements, and new content such as Pros, uniforms, taunts, weapons, game modes, and maps!

Playable Pros

Each Pro comes with its own unique look, voice, taunts, uniforms, weapons and skills. Pros are broken up into Commandos, Defenders, Enforcers, Strikers, and Sharpshooters so you’ll have multiple to choose from to fit your play style!

Customization

Customize how you look with mix and match Pro uniform pieces, different weapons, and taunts. Then customize how you play by unlocking and setting up endorsements and products.

Deep Metagame

Playing Super Monday Night Combat allows you, the agent, to level up and earn combat credits to unlock lots of gameplay improvements. Players can also collect various customizations to perfect your look!

Steam Trading (Coming Soon)

Share and trade items for Super Monday Night Combat and across games using Steam Trading!

System Requirements

    • OS: XP(SP3)/Vista/Windows 7
    • Processor: 2 GHz Processor
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c/Shader3.0 compatible, VRAM 512 MB (NVIDIA GeForce 7800 series or ATI Radeon X1900)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB of free space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound cards
Helpful customer reviews
21 of 27 people (78%) found this review helpful
10.7 hrs on record
I wanted to enjoy SMNC back when it actually had people. I couldn't though for the same reasons that's driving new players away today.

There are two reasons. The first being the complete lack of matchmaking via skill/experience. This should have been priority for an MOBA where extreme teamwork is important. Match the players who were new with the other players who were new and the more experienced against the more experienced! This should have just been common sense. Uber did not make this a priority and SMNC lost a lot of the players who would have been really interested in this game when it first came on steam.

The other reason I stopped playing was because of the pile of dog♥♥♥♥ this game calls a community and the fact that I hear it's gotten worse as the game dwindled down to a small one tells me that the absolute death of SMNC is imminent.

You would think that the small veteran community nowadays would band together, grow up, and attempt to build the playerbase by ACTUALLY BEING PLEASENT TO PLAY WITH, but no. Let's all be a bunch of angry ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s and dig the hole a bit deeper with every single match until there is literally no one who wants to play this game.

The terrible matchmaking early on wasn't enough to make me stop playing, but the horrible attitudes of the community along with it was enough to make me uninstall. So congrats there, veteran community. You keep driving away any chance of this game making a comeback because you can't stop being ♥♥♥♥♥ to the new players (and eachother) who might have actually enjoyed this game all because you want to, "win".

Well congrats! "Your winner"! What's the prize? AN EMPTY GAME TO GO WITH YOUR INFERIORITY COMPLEX!
Posted: October 9
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20 of 28 people (71%) found this review helpful
13.3 hrs on record
Trying to revive a dead game that everyone played to get the tf2 hats i see
Posted: October 9
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
if only this game wasnt dead it would have surpass most games
Posted: September 27
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
40.7 hrs on record
Since Steam had the gall to recc me this game in the new Steam Discovery update, I thought I'd write a review of the game in it's current state since it's abandonment.

This game used to be GREAT. I bought Monday Night Combat a few months before Super MNC was released, and enjoyed a few hours of it but never got into it addictively. When Super MNC came out I was all over it. It was free2play, had a lot more options, characters, and got quite a bit of hype from a tie-in with Team Fortress 2 and one of the first games to incorporate Steam trading. It had a multitude of modes, a competitive but somewhat friendly community, and there were little to no problems besides a few occasional glitches to ruin the experience.

Then the devs/publishers threw the community under the bus. They insisted while they were working on Planetary Annihilation that they'd continue support for this game, even if it meant just minor updates/champ rotation/fixes. But they outright lied, and never officially announced abandoning the game and left the cash shop open. The matchmaking is completely broken, there's some BS number in-game that states how many players are on, and the community is just a few random vets with complete newbies who have no idea the game is dead, with a huge gap of experience/character upgrades between these two groups.

Uber is by no means a helpless small indie developer that doesn't have the resources to continue support for this game. Uber received over 2 million US dollars in Kickstarter money (with a project goal of 900k) for their new game, Planetary Annihilation, which has turned out into a slight disappointment in my opinion; although a few people in the Steam User Forums will insist the game's poor performance and their promise of offline -play is only because "they [Uber Entertainment] just needs more money/time". After receiving this large sum of money, Uber also charged $90 for alpha access to those who did not donate to their Kickstarter, and $50 for beta, all the while keeping silent on Super MNC and continuing to let it rot. This gives you an idea of Uber's recent shortcomings although you're free to look into them yourself and come to your own conclusions.

Another recent Super MNC reccomendation writer stated that Uber has stated on their forums they have interest in reviving this game if "given the chance", but they've had plenty and I hope these are not empty words. I'd love to continue to convert friends back to this game, even if Uber didn't do content updates but fixed matchmaking and updated Pro rotation.
Posted: October 6
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
7.6 hrs on record
While the concept of this game might be good, it is a bit badly done.

* Some things need real rebalancing. For example:
- You can grab enemies in melee range and perform a cool animation which makes them lose a chunk of HP. Sounds neat, right? While doing that, everyone can shoot the two players and the poor victim can be grabbed afterwards. There are issues with who grabs who first and in the end of the animation, the victim gets kicked forward, so he can fall into a pit & die. You can make it worse by getting a product, which sets anyone who you grapple / grapples you on fire.
- There is a class skill in the game that spams your screen with colorful, spinning ads (from the game, not actual ones) while also covering your HP which is in the upper middle of the screen.
- Some classes have trap skills. Those can't be destroyed by enemy team as far as I know.
- Some of the items, skills deal either terribly little damage or way too much.
- Some bots have pretty huge AoE attacks that throw you back. Often out of the field. Respawn time takes up to 40 seconds later in the game.

* The game is a bit dead.
Posted: October 5
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
OK don't get me wrong here, but this is rubbish! It would be great, if you could get into a match. The fact that the accounts system is totally messed up doesn't really help either. Plus, choosing and setting up a class for the first time takes 20 mins! I spent quite a while on this and never got into a match!
Posted: October 16
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
15.6 hrs on record
HUGE learning curve! Totally worth learning though.

This is not a pickup and play shooter. Sure, anyone can join and leave at any time in Turbocross mode. However, that does not change the fact that coordination, extensive knowledge of your class, strategic upgrade buying, and helping your bots get to the enemy base is required. I played many many hours of the original MNC, but I've only just recently started this one. It is not even close to the same game.
Posted: September 26
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
SMNC was really fun, especially with friends, until it released new playable characters and boosts for in-game matches. The game became pay to win, and I don't recommend this game (which was once enjoyable) until it went to ♥♥♥♥.
Posted: September 30
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
SMNC Is a great game! Its filled with action. Guns. Robots. Stuff. Its kinda like a future TF2 but with females.....And robots...But its filled with unique heros to play as! Getting greater as i speak SMNC is getting better! So get it now! It only costs $0.00!
Posted: October 18
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
231.2 hrs on record
This game is amazing. If you've tried getting into games like DOTA and League of Legends and found that it's just not for you, this might tickle your fancy. It's hard, but it's easier to get into than Dota or League. It's also a shooter, not an RTS. I recommend watching TotalBiscuit's "WTF is... Super Monday Night Combat" on YouTube to get a feel for it. The game itself also has many tips to get you going. And it's funny as HELL! All in all, DAN OUDA DAN!
Posted: October 2
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
FPS that is actually a tower defense and a MOBA with futuristic "creeps" and all kind of weird objectives (towers, pickups, etc.)

Learning curve is pretty high like in almost all MOBA's, where the point of "not sucking" is higher than most games and comes with your play experience.

Fun humor and stylistic choices. It resembles a lot the style of TF2 to be honest.

Not that bad if you want to get into a MOBA and you also want to shoot people. Just try it and see if it's your type.
Posted: September 29
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
THIS IS TF2 ON DRUGS! I LOVE IT
Posted: October 10
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
Match Making sucks and the game isn't good or balanced at all. It's neither enjoyable nor tolerable.
Posted: October 2
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
403.0 hrs on record
Really Good game .
Posted: October 9
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
0.8 hrs on record
funny at start :D..... but when you play it for a week or ....idk :\ :\ :\ :\
Posted: September 28
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
I used to like this game, until I realized that the game's controls with the keyboard and mouse are terrible, and as soon as I plugged in my Xbox 360 controller, and it was installed, it wouldn't work in the game. NEVER will I play this game again, unless they fix this problem.
My advice? NEVER will I try out another "free-to-play" game, from this community, EVER AGAIN....after all, if you want a DECENT free-to-play game, that isn't some cheapskate piece of garbage, I suggest trying the abandonware games that used to be commercial products. (One example is "Phantasy Star Online".
This game? It's the WORST partnership with "Team Fortress 2" ever to come to Steam...far worse, than Spiral Knights, which at LEAST had better controls.
Posted: September 29
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
it`s realy cool
Posted: September 30
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
150.5 hrs on record
Fantasic Game!
Posted: October 9
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1 of 4 people (25%) found this review helpful
5.6 hrs on record
The only reason I'm playing this game is for the Pyro hat. I only have this much time in because of it.

I honestly hate this game. The voice acting, the gameplay, the graphics, the music... everything. Even the loading screens.

Okay, now I understand some people love it, and the creators put a lot of work into it. You go, creators. HOWEVER, that does not change my recommendation or my opinion.

This game tries to be new and revolutionary, and the concept isn't bad, but the execution sucked.

If you think you might like this game for what it is instead of a way to get two hats, hear me out. I thought I was going to enjoy it too. But this is just... Not enjoyable. It's boring, the music and sound effects are annoying, and don't get me started with the announcer. I'm just chugging through it because the pyro hat is really friggin awesome.
Posted: October 11
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1 of 4 people (25%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
It's a slow burn to the tf2 items.
Posted: September 25
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