If everyone was dumber than you, you’d want to destroy them too.
Nika has it rough. Her school teacher is always on her phone and never teaches her anything. Her classmates just do what they’re told. Her parents discipline her for no reason. Her brother plays video games all day and her grandpa pines after his wife who decided to leave him. Everyone is just so… boring. It’s time to fix the world once and for all.
MechaNika is a point-and-click adventure game from developer Mango Protocol that tells of the story of Nika and her quest to complete her Mecha in order to rid of the world of all its, well, stupid people. In MechaNika you’ll click around Nika’s world picking up items to aid you in your ultimate quest. Your goal is to find or create all of the components to finish your Mecha so you can destroy your home, your school, your city, and maybe even the whole world. It’s a tall order, but Nika is an interesting 7-year-old with an interesting set of abilities.
The best part of MechaNika is all of the references you’ll find throughout the world. References to video games, anime, movies, bands – anything you can think of! You’ll even get to have a nice conversation with the creators of the game in order to discuss some of their future ideas.
MechaNika is adorably disturbing, much like the game that came before it, Agatha Knife, but despite its cute exterior, it is clearly not safe for all ages. It has a lot of strange content that frankly I’m not sure was even appropriate for me to see. So be warned. The hand-drawn art may deceive you, but MechaNika isn’t for the faint of heart.
MechNika is available now on iOS/Android, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.