Space Wreck Full Release Now Available

Inspired by classic isometric RPGs, Latvia-based Pahris Entertainment announced that Space Wreck is now available as a full release.

Set on a desolate space station 20 years after an asteroid mining conflict, Space Wreck prides itself on its old-school tactical turn-based combat. Everything you’ve come to know and love in the genre is present and accounted for: action points, dice rolls, and grid-based movement.

This also means that one can also be whoever they desire. One can choose to be a smooth talker, a sneaky hacker, or even a brawling bully as they approach problems in different ways. Whatever you choose, approaches are tied to one’s skills and abilities.

A game with plenty of depth, this intentionally short yet surprisingly extensive RPG supports a number of different gameplay styles. Want to go a non-lethal route and not hurt a fly? The choice is yours. Note that a typical Space Wreck quest will have anywhere from three to eight different ways to complete it.

Learn more with the story trailer for Space Wreck below:

Space Wreck Story Trailer

The game accumulated a Very Positive rating from 87% of players during its Early Access. A demo can also be found on its official Steam page, with the title currently seeing a 15% discount at launch from now through October 17. There is also an active Discord channel where players can join the conversation.

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