Iron Sky: Invasion Screens 20 September 2012

Nazi's attacking from the Moon
TopWare Interactive has released lots of screenshots from Iron Sky: Invasion, a video game based on the dark, comedic, science-fiction film about Moon Nazis invading Earth, which premiered with huge fanfare earlier this year at the Berlin Film Festivals.
Alongside the screenshots of the Nazi ship classes Rheingold and Valkyrie, as well as the British Spitfire, the Japanese Banzai and Australian Dundee, the batch also features one shot of the huge Nazi Zeppelins which carry the space fighters into the fog of battle. In these gigantic vessels, hordes of enemy ships are lying in wait to leave the hanger and give players a taste of bullet hell.
Iron Sky: Invasion puts the player in the pilot seat of defending Earth from a sudden Nazi invasion - from space. The player has at their disposal a variety of experimental, secretly manufactured space fighters, and are tasked with keeping these Moon Nazis off our planet. Iron Sky: Invasion will bear the major underlying theme of politics: everything, even defending your planet from "luna-r-tic" villains, requires skillful political maneuvers. You will need to know who you are fighting for, whose boots you are stepping on, and choose your friends, or more importantly, enemies carefully.
Developed by Reality Pump, Iron Sky: Invasion will release in November on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.