Organic Panic pitches a quirky band of fruit and veg against a legion of heavily armed meat and cheese. An old dotty apple will guide his organic friends on a magical quest, while a twisted billionaire baby cheese will stop at nothing to destroy every last one of them.The Organics have magically enhanced elemental powers: Cherry controls EARTH, Kiwi controls WATER, Carrot controls FIRE, and Coconut controls GRAVITY. The Meat & Cheese cartel come armed with a mechanical arsenal of destruction!
Play 1 to 4 magically enhanced organism's (not GMO's), and battle your way through a barrage of crazy full flavored levels, each is totally destructible (real world materials) and features completely reactive liquids, lava burns wooden homes down, melts cheddar chunks, fries food, ice shards crash to the ground then melts into water, water puts out fire, cools lava, and bad guys drown in deep water!
You can build your own hellish physic based contraptions and environments in minutes, and watch other players squeal and squirm trying to survive your evil traps, then share them with friends, family, and bitter enemies, but beware they get to rate them and push 'em up or down the leaderboard.
With real-world physics interactions, there's many ways to complete the levels. How will you use the physics mechanics together with the characters to complete them?
- Destructible levels with fully interactive fluids.
- A physics puzzle adventure with hundreds of brain-teasing levels.
- Loads of fun game modes, including Co-op and Versus.
- All of the levels built were made from scratch using the in-game editor, which will be included with the PC version of the game so you can build and share your own levels.
- The Game Menu serves as a giant sticker book for both adventure and user levels.
- A twisted comic book guides the single player game through the wild worlds of Organic Panic.
Organic Panic will be on Steam Early Access within the next couple of weeks, but until then Last Limb at Pax East, play Organic Panic and build levels.
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