'CLARK'-An Actiony Adventure Puzzle Game with Drunk Robots-Released on Steam Greenlight!

September 28,2013: 'CLARK', one of the most beloved games on Ouya, has launched their Greenlight campaign! Clark will be made available on PC, Mac, and Linux.

CLARK is an isometric, grid-based puzzle game with fast paced arcade elements. It features comic style visuals in various different graphical themes, from the inside of a chaotic factory to the surface of Mars to the interior of an intruding enemy spaceship where you think, run and fight through heaps and heaps of carefully designed puzzle and action areas.

Story

Our Hero, Clark #37, is a simple, hard-working maintenance robot, living in a decaying nuclear missile factory on Mars. Ever since the old supercomputer FATHER has disappeared, the rest of the factory has fallen into utter chaos. The discovery that diesel has thrilling effects on robotic circuits, lead to a fierce shift in priorities: Every robot has since been focused on drinking instead of working. Everyone except Clark. So when a new supercomputer enters the stage to disarm and dismantle this doomsday device of a factory, Clark is the one to save the facility from destruction. He has to rescue his fellow robots and of course his new friend, the lovely atomic bomb, Clara.

Assets

Greenlight Promo Trailer

Vote for Clark on Steam Greenlight

About Golden Tricycle

Golden Tricycle Blog

Clark Indie DB Page

Follow Clark on Twitter

Golden Tricycle was founded in October of 2011 by a trifecta of friends who studied architecture together. Today, the team consists of 8 members who want to make fun games with their own personal brand of humor.

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