SickBrick is an action-oriented Sci-Fi FPS with vivid graphics and old school gameplay.
The game consists of 15 levels mixing indoor and outdoor areas. You’re forced to do tests for an unknown robotic mastermind. Destroy hundreds of hostile robots with a wide variety of weapons on a strange alien planet. Jump in a hover-tank and wreak havoc on giant boss enemies. As you go through the tests, you slowly unravel the story through log files of previous test subjects.
The game contains the following:
SickBrick has passed Greenlight a few weeks ago and since then we've been working tirelessly to update the game to Steam's standards. We've finished work on the game a few days ago and have released the game on Steam!
Check out the steam page of the game!
We've also updated the launch trailer to show off the new graphics capabilities:
The road to Steam has been tough, we first put the game on greenlight back when it started in 2012, but we did not have enough fans to pass greenlight. Since then the game has been featured in many bundles which helped gain us gain followers. We also showed the game off on multiple expos and conferences. This enabled us to pass greenlight, after which we worked on the game non-stop to get it in shape for a Steam release.
Here's a few new things to expect in the Steam release of SickBrick:
That's it. We hope you check out the game on Steam! Peace out!
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Highest Rated (4 agree) 10/10
For an indie developed game, it has really nice rendering and graphics. The atmosphere of the game is pretty good too. However some models don't look too right, but its neglible. Just waiting on a native Linux release now.
Oct 24 2011 by myromance123
Lowest Rated (8 agree) 1/10
not a native linux game
Oct 14 2011 by 665