Shredder’s Revenge Meets Murder Mystery In ‘BROK The InvestiGator’, Coming To Switch Winter

If Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge got you hooked on reptile-based beat ’em ups, then boy do we have a treat in store for you. COWCAT Games has announced that its point-and-click adventure and beat ’em up hybrid, BROK the InvestiGator, will be coming to Switch this Winter.

The game releases on Steam a little later this month (August 26th to be precise), and the new trailer has got us excited to see the mystery enter the handheld world.

Unlike the straight-up punch-fest of Shredder’s Revenge that we have come to know and love, BROK promises that adventure and mystery will be the driving force behind the game. Think Disney’s Zootopia meets Mad Max as the game follows an alligator detective forced to investigate a mystery in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Looking at the trailer above, it looks like how punchy you get is entirely up to you, which finally answers the question: what if Professor Layton threw hands?

For the game’s full features, check out COWCAT’s official summary below:

A deep and emotional narrative-rich experience filled with characters reminiscent of classic 80s/90s cartoons.

The first game to combine a “Classic Adventure” with “Beat’em up” and RPG elements!

– Solve puzzles with your wits… or muscles!
– Make choices impacting gameplay and/or story
– Easy mode for pure “Point & Click” gameplay (fights can be skipped)
– Level up to beat enemies and bosses
– Combine clues to uncover the truth!
– In-game hints
– Two playable characters, switch at any time
– 15 to 20 hours long on first playthrough
– Multiple distinct endings to unlock
– Fully voice acted (23,000 lines)
– All controls supported (mouse, keyboard or controller)

While we don’t have an official release date for the Switch just yet, the Winter window promises a good bit of ‘gator action for those cosy nights in.

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Are you excited to give BROK The InvestiGator a go? Let us know in the comments!

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