escape the randomness of bricky to me

Bricky to Me is the latest super-cheap, super-accessible game to come out of the QUByte Interactive team – a game in which you’ll be left to try and escape the ever changing madness of a random castle.

Available to purchase, download and play right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch, Bricky to Me will cost you a mere £3.29 to obtain, and from there you’ll find a game that promises much.

It places you in the shoes of a little knight and a cat of mystery as you attempt to overcome a host of challenges that come your way. The castle you are in is a dangerous one though, ever-changing and constantly being amended by the rolling, randomly arranged, rooms.

With traps galore, enemies out to get you, puzzles to test the mind, coins to collect and the need to execute those pixel perfect jumps, you’ll find the Bricky to Me should be a relatively challenging little platformer – especially as you hit the boss fights that signal the end of the frustrations.

For the super low price and the promise of some decent gameplay, Bricky to Me should well be one that is worth consideration. We’re not particularly sure the name works, but we certainly won’t knock it down for that. Stay tuned for a review from us in the days ahead.

You’ll find Bricky to Me available on the usual stores – the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S players. It’s also on PlayStation, on Nintendo Switch and on PC.

Game Description:

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. Developed by IdunaSoft and published by QUByte Interactive

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