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Rock of Ages 3 Make & Break Announced

 

 

Walnut Creek, Calif. - August 15, in the year of our Lord 2019 - Independent game publisher Modus Games in conjunction with with developers ACE Team and Giant Monkey Robot announced today that Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break is rolling its hilarious style of destruction onto PlayStation® 4, Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One in early 2020.

A brilliant blend of tower defense strategy and bursts of arcade action, Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break sees opponents rolling massive boulders toward each other’s castles while building defenses to protect their own. For the first time in the smash hit series, commanders can now design their own stages through an intuitive in-game level editor and share them with the community. With nearly limitless possibilities for original works along with local head-to-head and online four-player multiplayer support, Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break provides an avalanche of fun for creators and players alike.

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break is infused with a Monty Python-esque style of humor, making for unpredictable and hilarious moments. The game’s story mode plows through inventive reinterpretations of history with cameos from key figures like Caesar and Moctezuma, but don’t be too surprised when larger-than-life presences like Krampus or the Flying Spaghetti Monster show up as well.

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break switches its chaotic mix of fun up with over 20 selectable stones to roll across six game modes; whether its focusing on defense in the against-all-odds rush of Boulder Avalanche or honing gracefulness in the unforgiving Humpty-Dumpty Mode, there’s a mountain of content awaiting players.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems in the US at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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