During the extremely long 110-minute long PC Gaming Show, a wave of trailers were shown for a variety of different games, including an intriguing looking entry called Nitro Kid from Wildboy Studios and tinyBuild.
Gameplay wise, Nitro Kid is a roguelike deck building game three unlockable heroes and 250+ cards. Using these, players will be able to fight foes in close-quarters settings, with procedurally generated rooms and random events.
“Nitro Kid is a roguelike deckbuilder set in the neon ‘80s. Build your deck of cyber kung-fu moves, use card combos and fight through the floors of INFINITY tower. Featuring 30+ Synthwave tracks composed exclusively for the game. Check out the DEMO now!”
As the Steam description notes, a free demo of Nitro Kid is available right now, allowing anyone who’s curious about it the ability to play for themselves and see what the game is all about. In terms of the roguelike elements on offer for Nitro Kid, the following info can also be found in the game’s Steam description:
“Roguelike Progression: – 3 unlockable heroes – 250+ cards – Procedurally generated rooms and random events – Every run offers a unique pathway through the levels of INFINITY tower”
A release date has yet to be announced for Nitro Kid, so be sure to wishlist the game on Steam to keep track of updates regarding the game’s release. For more on the PC Gaming Show, also be sure to read through our coverage of Tactical Breach Wizards trading XCOM aliens for magic missiles.
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