Robotry, a Chaotic Physics Platformer, will be released in late October

Robotry, a Chaotic Physics Platformer, will be released in late October

Lockpickle, an Indie developer and publisher, has announced that the game will be available on Steam in a matter of weeks. The game is a super-chaotic physics-based puzzler in which you will be controlling a robot that really doesn''t look like it was designed all that well, but you make it work as you progress through complex platforming areas and attempt to solve your way out.

" is a chaotic physics-based platformer. Players must walk, jump, kick, and throw the ungainly body of a confused baby robot on a daily basis. As you chuck yourself around the cosmos, the robot''s body balances itself automatically. Grabbing, throwing, kicking, and climbing are all built upon direct physics-based control.

As you chuck yourself around the cosmos, a gamepad and an analog stick control the robot''s leg automatically. Grabbing, throwing, jumping, and jumping are all built on direct physics-based control. In one-player, you can walk, run, skip, hop, and tumble through the campaign. Whether you''re traveling with a friend or two, and join forces with a friend or two! Play together on Steam Remote Play.

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