Ready Set Indie Games Presents: Evo\Wave (PC)

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In this Gameplay Video from Ready Set Indie Games plays Evo\Wave on PC.

Evo\Wave is a free-to-play game in which you play as LAI-6, and A.I. who has been task with putting Evo\Wave back together after an old A.I. named MagnaVex decided to infect the world with a virus that rebooted the entire world down to the bare basics. 

I will admit for a free-to-play game this game is well thought out and is a lot of fun. The platformer is great in the game, and I liked the little things that are included in the game. Like the references to Pop Cultures and the digital world in general. As LAI-6 progresses they can get modules from T4CTIC, learning interesting gaming facts from F4CT-5, and even be swindled into buying components that should just be giving to restore the world to it's original glory by S3RAPJ1N.

The game features 3 levels but each level is pretty lengthy with additional side quests in there. In this video, I only covered the City Level, but there is also The Park and The Beach, it took me roughly about 40 minutes to get through The City and I hadn't covered everything in The City.

Overall, a fantastic game, and I highly recommend picking up this free-to-play game.  

If you would like to play Evo/Wave for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):


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