Today we’re checking out Office Freakout, an upcoming steam game by Hollow Robot LLC where you can satisfyingly release your inner rage to help the downtrodden Philbert get back at corporate America by going nuts in his office building and breaking everything he can get his hands on. Nearly everything in the game is a potential weapon. 90% of the environment is destructible, and the various elements of the environment do different levels of damage and can be wielded different ways. There are also apparent spellbooks that can be wielded to gain powers, and additional perk powers you can gain the further you go through the game. Of course we only manage to scratch the surface of the first few levels, but the game certainly seems like a trip.
Ragdoll mechanics, a destructible environment, and plenty of sweet dubstep music, it’s a charming little game that has some flexible potential depending on just how many unlocks and variables the developer can shove into it!
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ABOUT: OFFICE FREAKOUT:
You are Philbert, a disgruntled office worker who has been slaving away his entire life dealing with tedious reports, spreadsheets, grueling hours of data entry, and related crap. After pouring your sweat, blood, tears (basically, your entire life) into this soul-sucking business, you’ve been summarily fired — catapulting you into a fit of pure blind rage. Earn your way up the corporate ladder and show the suits the true meaning of “hostile takeover!
Annihilate up to 90% of the environment.
Fill your Rage bar based on the trail of destruction you leave behind.
Unlock valuable pieces of Gold Poo in every level.
Destroy everything in sight with a universal pickup/melee system.
Customize your office With color/patterns unlockables.
Unlock new weapons and character skins!
Build up your points using a dynamic points calculator based on object mass and velocity.