Test your wits in Take the Cake, a puzzle platformer that challenges you to help a friendly furball retrieve his stolen cake from evil robots. Built around physics and color-changing abilities, the game lets you interact with a handmade rocket, change the furball’s color, and fight bosses to progress through 27 levels across five different environments. Can you help Frank retrieve his cake before it’s too late?
Get those knuckles ready for some serious platforming: TAKE THE CAKE, a physics-driven platformer by Czech studio Ebenit, is sure to put your puzzle-solving ability and fine motor skills to the test :)
Coming to Steam, Green Man Gaming, Itch.io and Indiegala Store on Tuesday, 15 May with 50 % discount!
This cute yet challenging puzzle platformer will be hitting Steam next Tuesday. Check out the trailer:
In Take the Cake, Frank the Friendly Furball is on a mission to track down his stolen cake. Playing as Frank, you’ll face off against nasty robots and menacing bosses as you progress through five mysterious environments – and 27 levels – by changing Frank’s color and exploiting gravity to your advantage.
Take the Cake is available now on Steam and Itch.io!
We are finally getting close to release! Take the Cake is coming out 28 November 2018 on Steam, Itch.io and Windows Store.
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Take the Cake Demo contains first 5 levels and intro.
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