“Deceptively cute, vicious destroyer of worlds” – Review of MechaNika

Sometimes a game comes along that just speaks to you. A game that taps into that core essence of your being; that seems to know exactly what you are (or were, at one point) thinking.

I’m not saying MechaNika is that game, exactly. But it’s definitely close.

Introducing: Nika Allen, a 7 year old girl who is intelligent, a reader, good with mechanical things, and despises everything that isn’t awesome. That includes school, her family, and almost everyone around her.

Her goal is to build a giant robot that can lay waste to everything she disagrees with — which, I reiterate, is almost everything in the world.

No shit.
No shit.

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