Wrack is all about action - spectacular action! The addictive kill chain system encourages you to mow down as many enemies in a short period of time as possible. No hiding - keep your chain going by getting out there and kicking some alien ass!
User reviews: Mostly Positive (337 reviews) - 77% of the 337 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Sep 30, 2014

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"Wrack! is a throwback, cel-shaded shooter for a bargain price that any avid gamer would enjoy."
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September 30

Wrack Turns One!

Wrack is now celebrating the 1 year anniversary of its release! To celebrate, both the game and the OST are a whopping 75% off until Monday! Plus, we're doing a few more fun things to celebrate, like podcast episodes discussing the game and its development, a developer commentary playthrough of the game, and other fun things! Be sure to come hang out all week!

(This post will be edited as more things get done.)

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June 10

Version 1.2.2 Released

Hey there!

We're released minor update v1.2.2 for Wrack. Here's a quick rundown of what's changed:

  • Added a new "texture quality" option on the display settings menu. This gives you the option to reduce texture memory usage by scaling the map/mesh textures down 2x (medium) or 4x (low). Hopefully will help fix the crashes some of you have been experiencing.
  • "Texture quality" defaults to Medium. Setting this to High will leave textures unaffected.

Thanks! And happy ːcomicwːːcomicrːːcomicaːːcomiccːːcomickː playing!

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About This Game

Introducing the arcade shooter - Wrack! Combo your way to victory in this addictive single-player adventure. Slaughter countless enemies as you build up long kill chains, and wipe them out with powerful chain finishers. Plus, with Steam Workshop and extras like Time Attack, the action never has to end!

Key Features

  • Combos and Chains - Be a badass! Take monsters down by the dozen, and rack up addictive fighting game-style kill chains and kill combos!
  • Finishers - Use your kill chains to unleash devastating chain finishers! Use them to wipe out groups of enemies, take down powerful enemies... or even bosses!
  • Mega Man-style Bosses - Battle bosses (and minibosses!) inspired by games like Castlevania and Mega Man! Learn how to evade their attacks, and then take them down!
  • Extra Modes - Compete against yourself, your friends, and the world in Wrack's Time Attack and Score Attack modes! Your best entries are saved to the Steam leaderboards.
  • Steam Workshop - Create your own levels or fully-fledged mods! Share or play the creations of others using Steam Workshop.


  • "It reminds me of first-person Mega Man." -- Keiji Inafune
  • "One of those better than it has any right to be experiences." -- Jim Sterling
  • "Wrack is great!" -- John Romero
  • "I think they're developing a really nice game here." -- TotalBiscuit

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Dual core 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 8600GT/ATI HD 4650
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 750 MB available space
    • OS: Windows Vista
    • Processor: Dual core 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 8800GT/ATI HD 4850
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
36 of 42 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 3
Wrack is almost a DOOM clone, the actual gun play feels very much the same, your skill will count a lot more than anything else. It has a very classic FPS feel to it.

The graphics are gorgeous, it looks really pretty, and due to the engine being very well optimized, it will run on almost any machine. Although the graphics look cartoony, it really matches the gameplay and story, so don't automatically dismiss it purely for this reason.

Level design is again very similar to DOOM, you will find yourself running backwards and forwards through corridors which will all eventually look the same, the only way you'll be able to tell that you have already been in that one corridor is by the bloody remains of your enemies. There is a small aspect of jumping puzzles, which is one of my worst pet-peeves in video games, but they are few and far between in Wrack. The pickup system, again, mirrors another classic FPS game, Quake - shields, health, bullets, random power-ups and plenty of different weapons.

There is a number of different difficulty settings you can choose from when you start the single player, ranging from brutally hard right the way down to easy mode. Easy mode is basically just for people who want to play the game for the story, you will not die, enemies die in one shot (as well as bosses), and you have unlimited ammo, it also enables in game cheats, allowing you to set "fly mode" on for instance. It was a bit of a strange addition to see these sort of cheats built into the game, but I suppose developers would rather people cheat using the in game built ones, than result to trainers to edit game files.

I have spent roughly four hours playing the single player missions on normal mode; I feel that this is a decent length as I think any more and it would start to feel stale. Although the story mode took me little time, there is plenty of replay-ability due to the level editor, and you can replay the story mode to try better your scores on each stage, which is something which is seen a lot in the earlier FPS games again.

If you don't really like the modern type FPS games we have today, like COD or Battlefield, and would rather play the classics, Wreck is certainly the game for you, it gives those classic games a new face. It's not perfect, but it is in my opinion better than any of the recent CODs.

I think £10,99 is a fair price, but if you can pick it up any cheaper, don't hesitate, you won't be disappointed.

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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
16.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 26
The only doom style fps there has been released in years, support it and remember why fast movement speed in fps was so fun.
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 4
Good developers love their games and that's exemplified by a patch for Wrack. The creators loves their game, to this day play their game ( I see on of the creators in Wrack all the time on steam!), and still patches the game. Maybe you should try the darn game! No honestly, it's quite good.

The game is steeped in old school glory, but is not confined to emulating other games. Wrack is not Doom, it's Wrack, and that's awesome. The game play is in the vein of old school FPS, what we get here is FAST, smooooth, and intense. The enemies often litter the screen, with different types of monsters intermingling into veritable swarms of deadly goodness that you will circle strafe and juke around at a constant 60fps. There's also an interesting score mechanic that revolves around kiting enemies into situations where you can kill lots of them quickly, keeping the combo timer going means minimizing the time in between kills. The timer seems a bit harsh, but it's all doable and you can check the leader boards top player's game play videos within the game to give you an idea of how you might increase your score. The old school vibes extend to the level design which are huge, filled with keys and switches, and of course, secrets! TONS of secrets you'll be struggling to find for a long long time. For my personal preferences I felt the levels to be a little tough to navigate but when you hit a switch that powers a far away door they at least show you where that door was cutting out some of the monotonous guess work of older games. Setting wrack apart from games of our generation and past is the exquisite polish you'll find in every aspect of the game.

The art direction is insane, from menu to in game everything looks amazing, and fits within this new Wrack universe. The music also, is some of the more memorable music I've heard in a game in a long long time. I'm a huge fan of video game music, and this material really stood out to me. The melodies are sometimes reminiscent of old school tunes, but in a way that like the game, is fresh and unique. I can't stress enough that the game plays smoothly, I tried hard to find glitches and areas with frame drop and it just doesn't. Solid 60 fps everywhere no matter what you're doing.

The leaderboards are a cool feature, the ability to watch the game play of leaderboard top scores is even cooler, but the built in workshop content is what'll keep most players coming back after they beat the hell out of the main campaign. There is the obligatory doom level recreations on the workshop but I'm more excited for what the modding community brings in terms of original wrack levels. Anyways, if you like old school, if you like polish, you should check out wrack. Especially while it's on sale in a humble bundle.

Even AAA games aren't coming out as complete as Wrack is, and you gotta respect that a small team can deliver such high quality content. Check it out!
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18 of 31 people (58%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
13.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 27
Wrack is not Doom or Borderlands as some reviewers compare it to, not even close. There's no carnage in this game, no brutality, no massacre, no cool bosses. Power-ups are too damn scarce to affect the gameplay and bosses actually just suck.
Borderlands? No, just 4 guns and a sword and only shotgun and sword are satisfying. Pulsar(supposedly plasmagun) shots just hit the floor in front of you - what a bloody lame arc trajectory. The rocket launcher is slow, sometimes it can hit the nearby spider you were shooting over leaving your wonder wtf just happened or why you just died as spider crawled nearby out of sight but it's hit box somehow got in the way. The only long range is pistol which sux as you can't combo with it. So what you're left with is 3 close combat weapons and an explosive long range that hits random targets.

Sorry, no Doom, no Borderlands. Only cell shading is there.

Gameplay relays combos, that you have to get by killing monsters until the cool down after kill runs out. To get big combos that lead to decent output of damage as finishing move, you have to know the levels as your five fingers and be bloody perfect at moving and shooting. The combo cool down timer goes down too fast, missed a shot, took a millisecond too long to get behind the corner, switched a weapon - combo's ♥♥♥♥ed.
Well, it might've been possible to wank all over it and get perfect scores, combos and speedruns, if the game was satisfying, but it's not. It demands too much from you without offering anything in return. Simplistic enemy design, silly stars and nearly invisible rockets fired at you, stupid instant death spiked balls, bad animation, bad music that gets annoyingly muted down when you shoot or try to activate wall to find a secret. Game screams at every corner that it's cool, while it's completely not.

Not recommended.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 30
Fast-paced Doom-style hardcore shooter with comic-booky graphics, killstreak combos, and bosses and mini-bosses with Megaman/Castlevania style mechanics (i.e. learn how their attacks work to time your evasions and escapes.) Also a fixation on the number 69. There's lower difficulties if you're a literal newborn baby who was never weaned off cover and regenerating health, but then you're missing out on the fun.
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