Steam New Release: Everything Must Fall

Everything Must Fall” from indie developer Carry Castle has just been released on Steam and Oculus as early access.

The game is described as a “mix between Job Simulator and Angry Birds”. Player will have to use their “creativity and a vast range of tools and crazy contraptions to reach the simple goal – smash those blocks straight into the void.”

Everything Must Fall is an action-packed physics puzzle game in VR. You are an outcast among the tinies working your daily job as a demolitioner at Blow Big Stuff Up Ltd. Before you know it, your life is turned upside down. You must save your parents.

Early Access helps us iterate with our users and in the end push the final version to its full potential. During the early access we will publish a new part of the story every month.

This game is set to feature 13 unique levels, featuring dynamites, speed ramps and more fun tools to experiment and discover. There’s going to be explosions and destruction in this game, according to the developers.

This is just the start of the long journey for Carry Castle, and they have charted out a road map for the early access period, including finalizing act 1 (The Sky Book), according 2 more acts, global leaderboards, more stuffs (such as pirate ships, devils, skulls, coconuts and more). Carry Castle is also looking to have 80+ levels in this game too.

Here’s an early access release trailer.


Title: Everything Must Fall
Genre: Action, Adventure
Developer: Carry Castle
Publisher: Carry Castle
VR Support: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
Play Area: Seated, Standing, Room-Scale
Link: Steam Page

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