Office Freakout is an upcoming game that allows you to wreak havoc in your office. Players can get sweet revenge for being fired.
Hollow Robot, an indie game developer, has created Office Freakout. The plot is simple enough to follow. Though I’m not sure if there is an actual plot to even talk about. I guess that’s what makes the title all the more enjoyable. You play as a character named Philbert. He gets fired after years of faithful service but he doesn’t stay quiet about it. In order to get revenge, he begins to destroy cubicles, tacky mugs, other office equipment, and so much more! Check out the trailer below.
The upcoming game does look like one of best ways to let out all of your rage in a very fun manner. Almost every object you see in the game can be destroyed. There are also robot security guards that you can smash. Destroying objects allow you to fill up the ‘Rage Meter’ and enter the ‘Rage Mode’, giving you access to a whole new variety of weapons.
The key features of Office Freakout include:
- Annihilate up to 90% of the environment.
- Fill your Rage Bar based on the trail of destruction you leave behind.
- Unlock valuable pieces of Golden Poo in every level.
- Destroy everything in sight with a universal pickup/melee system.
- Build up your points using a dynamic points calculator based on object mass and velocity.
Office Freakout will be available on Steam (PC) on the 27th September 2016. The launch will have a 20% promotional discount and you can get a copy for just $9.59. The promotion will end after a week on 4th October 2016.
Make sure to visit Hollow Robot to see what other games they’re working on.
What are your thoughts about Office Freakout? Will you be playing it? Let us know.
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