Freedom is the power to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint; it is also the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved. This is currently the plight of a tiny robot named Blitz, who wants nothing more than to escape the factory that created him. The problem is that everything in the factory is trying to break him, and it’s up to the player to guide Blitz to freedom.
Blitz Breaker is a fast-paced 2D twitch platformer designed for accessibility from developer Boncho Games. Here’s the challenge with helping Blitz to freedom: the tiny robot can’t walk. Blitz can, however, jump and dash in one of four directions. When Blitz collides with a wall that doesn’t break (or injure him), he’ll be able to dash again. This allows the player to bounce all over the factory, avoiding all the things that are trying to kill them. The game features both keyboard and gamepad support, 101 levels, four boss levels, secret areas to unlock, and over 20 heads to discover and collect. Music for the game is done by Fat Bard.
Blitz Breaker is aiming for a winter release, either in late 2015 or early 2016. The game will be released on Windows PC via Steam and is currently up for voting on Steam Greenlight. There’s also a planned release on iOS shortly after. No pricing details have been released. For players wishing to try the game, they can do so by visiting the official website. To learn more about developer Boncho Games, visit the website, and follow on Twitter.