The arcade-style FPS returns! Wrack is an arcade-style FPS that draws inspiration from classic games across multiple genres -- Doom, Contra, Mega Man, etc. -- that puts its own unique spin on things! Between its fun and unique gameplay, its vibrant cel-shading, and its compelling characters, Wrack strives to be a modern day classic! Play as Kain Sager - the one man prepared for a crisis in a utopian future. Battle your way past hordes of monsters, traps, and bosses as you single-handedly take down an invading alien empire, and save mankind from certain doom!
We're thrilled to announce that our next biweekly update, "Get Your Mod On!", is here! This is a big one, because it introduces FULL Steam Workshop support, the ability to browse mods through Wrack itself, new sound effects, new modding capabilities, and plenty more! You can see the trailer for it all right here:
Biweekly update #4 is here, with new troopers, an improved bazooka, new spike balls, and plenty more!
The second of our major biweekly updates has been released... and there was much rejoicing!
The first of our biweekly updates is out! Here's what's new!
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Highest Rated (5 agree) 10/10
An old-school, cell-shaded game with style and lots of fun.
Nov 24 2012 by BaronVonBullshit029
Lowest Rated (5 agree) 1/10
This is an honest review of the game, it is generic and not worth the time it took to download it. I see no reason or potential in this game. This is a doom clone through and through i see no reason for this kind of game to be released in 2012. This game is in alpha and unless they start from scratch these reason will maintain their significance all the way through the development and release of the game. I was going to give the game 3.5 or 4 out of 10 ( which I believe to be generous for this below…
Sep 28 2012 by TisBc