Wira & Taksa Against the Master of Gravity Coming to Steam

Tuesday, August 25th, 2020

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Are you a fan of 2D puzzle platformers? Well you might be interested in learning that Wira & Taska Against the Master of Gravity is launching on Steam in the very near future.

Wira & Taska Against the Master of Gravity is a puzzle platformer developed and published by 3S Design. It features two rounded and cute looking protagonists: A big guy with a hammer who smashes things, and a little guy without a hammer who seems to have some control over gravity. I think it’s pretty safe to assume these are out titular protagonists, Wira and Taska. Who is the Master of Gravity? It looks like you’ll have to play the game to find out. You can checkout the trailer below:

 

 

At a glance Wira & Taska reminds me of games like Lost Vikings, that early Blizzard title from the 16-bit era, maybe crossed with a little VVVVVV for good measure. if this looks up your alley you can pick it up when it launches on Steam this Thursday, August 27th. There’s also a demo available right now if you want to take it for a spin.

SOURCE: Press release.

 

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