Death to the Megabeast
Millennia of peace have passed since the mechanical gods ascended and left the lower order robots to cultivate the world. Unfortunately for those left behind, something forgotten and terrible stirs amidst the stars: the Megabeast, a pulsating moon-sized orb of flesh, eyes, mouths and reproductive organs – unleashing its children onto the world like an unstoppable plague.
A Robot Named Fight is a 2D action adventure roguelite focused on exploration and item collection. Take on the role of a lone robot tasked with stopping the entity known as Megabeast. Explore procedurally-generated labyrinths, uncover randomized power-ups and artifacts, find secrets, and blast meaty creatures in this deliciously gory adventure.
- Explore a procedurally-generated labyrinth with more than 4 billion unique runs.
- Prove your worth with true permadeath.
- Take on over 60 menacing enemies solo or with a friend via local co-op.
- Adapt to a different item set every run with more than 100 unique items
- Complete in-game achievements to unlock new content.
- Enjoy an unreasonable amount of meat!
- Nintendo Switch
- Release Date
- Apr 26, 2018
- No. of Players
- 2 players simultaneous
- Action, Adventure, Platformer
- Matt Bitner Games
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A Robot Named Fight developed by Matt Bitner © 2018. Published by Hitcents.com, Inc. All trademarks, copyrights and logos are property of their respective owners.
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