You Can Play This Top-Down Puzzle RPG Right In Your Browser

By Chris Priestman . December 5, 2014 . 2:09pm

Radical Fish Games has released the first full demo for its puzzle-action-RPG CrossCode.


It’s a 2D  game played from a top-down perspective and, bluntly speaking, involves throwing energy balls at just about everything. The energy balls are used to hit switches and destroy robots, while you’ll also need to jump and dodge to get through the levels.


CrossCode is set in future in which robots have risen in prominence, warranting it clean-looking aesthetic that bears similarities to the Mega Man aesthetic.


There is a plot that drives the action along, and it’s revealed through conversations with other characters in the world. To find it out, though, you’ll need to play through the demo.


You can download the CrossCode demo for Windows here and you can also play it in your Chrome browser.

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