Independent publisher Modus Games with developers ACE Team and Giant Monkey Robot today rolled Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break to release on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The Stadia version will release on August 14, 2020, and will be free for Stadia Pro subscribers.
Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break delivers on the tower defence-style strategy and arcade-paced action of its predecessors while bringing new innovations to the series such as its robust level creator. Fans now have the chance to design their own courses and share them with the Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break community, giving the experience endless replayability as players bring their dream creations (or fiendishly tough challenges) to life.
Beyond the level editor, there are several other new game modes for fans to tumble into. These include Humpty Dumpty, in which players are tasked with safely delivering the infamous egg to the finish line without allowing the two hits that inevitably break him. In contrast, Avalanche mode sees players building up their own towers to defend themselves from a mob of very angry boulders barreling their way.
All of this and more is featured alongside Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break’s hilarious campaign, in which players experience a somewhat altered version of history. Did Abraham Lincoln ever encounter a giant, rolling meatball that was large enough to destroy an entire city? According to Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break, he sure did.
With over 20 different boulders to choose from, an endless amount of levels thanks to player-created courses, and a hilarious reimagining of folk legends and history, players will never run out of fun things to do in Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break.
While Rock of Ages 3 is out today, we’re a little behind with the review. I say “we” but I actually mean myself. Once I’ve had the time to properly get my words in a row, you’ll be able to read and/or watch our Rock of Ages 3 review.
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