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Wormhole City Looks Like an Industrial Space Haven

Described as a sci-fi adventure with gravitational force physics, Wormhole City is a 3D platformer that mixes racing, puzzle and action elements within its gameplay. The game, which is currently being developed by Zenrok studios, is on Kickstarter with a funding goal of $7,500 USD. Created using Unreal Engine 4, Wormhole City promises players a realistically rendered world bursting with neon colors, and a darkly intriguing story. 

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In Wormhole City, players walk in the shoes of a reactivated android with no memories, who has been tasked with the private protection of the city. To survive, the android must rely on bounties and odd jobs that will hopefully lead him towards finding clues about his missing creator. Wormhole City is under the careful watch of Mega-corporation Grail Industries, but the citizens are plagued by corruption, and disease runs rampant in the lonely streets, fueling an inevitable torrent of anarchy. Combat-wise, Wormhole City features a vast amount of weapons and accessories, such as grenades, sentry drones and gravity boots that will provide players with the necessary means to tread through hostile environments. The vehicle range varies from a futuristic dump truck to a flying taxi, which will be able to race on walls and ceilings using gravitational force physics.

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In addition to puzzle-solving gameplay that allows climbing, jumping, shooting, and the discovery of hidden objects, players can also engage in cross-planet racing with rival AI in a series of roller coaster circuits. The AI mechanics are advanced across land, sea and air, and will detect your presence should you brazenly approach them. Zenrok Studios initially plans to release Wormhole City on PC, with Mac and Linux versions to follow. You can follow Zenrok Studios on Twitter to stay in the loop about the latest game updates.



A keen retrogamer who grew up playing classics like Prince of Persia, Aladdin, and Diddy Kong Racing, Katrina believes that digital games are not just fun, but a great way to learn. These days she enjoys studying Japanese language acquisition, and designing her own games.