Steam Store Description (from Ad Blurbs)
- 60 Story levels
- Endless Escape mode - challenge your friends to see who can last the longest
- Playground mode where you can practice your skills
- Play solo or in local co-op for up to 4 players
- Satisfying graphics: clean 2.5D lab design
Wreckin' Ball Adventure is a family-friendly platformer for up to 4 players, with ball-shaped robots and physics-based puzzles.
Save the little K160 robot from the evil SuperCom and escape from the mysterious lab.
Wreckin' Ball Adventure is excellent to play solo or in couch co-op mode.
Discover how to interact with your fellow robot escapees', helping one another.
Roll, jump and swing using your handy-dandy grappling hook to reach new heights!
Gather the orbs and collect the stars to unlock the next levels.
Wreck through the walls, avoid the hazards to reach your goal - breaking out of the gaol.
Discover a story layer hidden under the action surface - find out why SuperCom wants to destroy a sweet round robot.
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Qubic Games S.A. 2019 December/X-mas free games give-away offerIn December 2019 Qubic Games S.A. offered 10 games in their line-up of published Nintendo Switch games for free in a consecutive manner in what they called a chain-reaction system. If a Nintendo Switch account user owns a Qubic Games game, any one will do, they are are eligible to claim the first title in the chain of 10 games, namely Robonauts, for free in the period from 10-15 December. Once owned the second game will unlock on the 16th and-so-on, but only on that date.
List of games:
- Robonauts (10th-15th Dec)
- Geki Yaba Runner (16th Dec)
- Puzzle Book (17th Dec)
- One Strike (18th Dec)
- Wreckin' Ball Adventure (19th Dec)
- Koloro (20th Dec)
- #RaceDieRun (21st Dec)
- Rekt! (22nd Dec)
- Mana Spark (23rd Dec)
- Mystery Game TBA (24th Dec)
The game Coloring Book is already free to download, so counts as a Qubic Games game to start the chain-reaction system.
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