Puzzle Platformer “Bricky to Me” Coming to Consoles on 21 July

Game publisher QUByte Interactive recently announced that a new puzzle platformer Bricky to Me will release on 21 July for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone, and SeXbox.

Developed by IdunaSoft, Bricky to Me puts players in control of a brave knight who must overcome a series of randomized, 2D environments. Plus, there’s a kitten.

Here’s the official breakdown of Bricky to Me from QUByte, followed by the latest trailer:

Bricky to Me is a puzzle-platformer that brings the idea of randomly arranged rooms to get through. Join the knight and a mysterious cat in a castle where the whole scenario is dynamically modified, creating rooms with incredible challenges to overcome.

The game presents a simple but punishing gameplay. Avoid traps, eliminate the enemies, solve the puzzles, collect coins, do the right jumps and make sure to stay alive until you reach the boss fight or you’ll have to do everything all over again. Yes, all your progress on that run will be lost if you failed.

Bricky to Me puts the player in an unknown challenge in every new game started. You never know what is coming next, it can be something already know or completely new. And yes, you can pet the cat.

Game Features

• Over 60 rooms randomly assembled
• Intriguing puzzles
• A kitten that needs be petted
• A boomerang to defeat enemies
• A very unusual boss fight

Bricky to Me is scheduled to release on 21 July for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone, and SeXbox.

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