Pokémon developer Game Freak just stealth-released on Steam a new “2D physics puzzle action” game called Giga Wrecker, featuring a cyborg girl with the ability to turn scraps and debris into weapons.


Game Freak just released Giga Wrecker, which is available on Early Access over at Steam for $14.99. This is also the developer’s first Early Access title. The game is about a cyborg girl with the power of reconstructing debris and scraps into various weapons, as she explores a world invaded by an army of mysterious robots.


Here’s a look at the game’s launch trailer:


Key Features:

  • Mixture of exploration and physics: Smash down towering walls, use rubbles as platform and climb high cliffs……This game is an innovative mixture of physics and stage exploration.


  • Combination of puzzle and action: Choose the suitable weapon for each situation, judge which part of an object to break……Not just bashing through obstacles, you can enjoy the achievement of solving puzzles and gimmicks.


  • Special abilities: The player character has the power called ARCHE (ARms Creating and Handling Effect), the ability to construct various weapons using rubbles and scraps from broken objects. Each weapon has its own unique effect, so make full use of them to explore through the stages.








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