Gabbuchi coming to PS4, PC on July 18

Action puzzle game currently available for Switch.

Gabbuchi

h.a.n.d.-developed action puzzle game Gabbuchi, which first launched for Switch in January, is coming to PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store and PC via Steam on July 18 for $7.99, publisher Aksys Games announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Aksys Games:

Choose your snacks wisely in this tasty puzzle game for digital download only on PlayStation 4 and Steam. Gabbuchi loves gobbling blocks, but you’ll have to carefully choose which ones he eats so he can reach the end of each stage. Change colors, consume cubes, and reach the treasured heart cookie to advance to the next state. Simple to control yet impossible to put down, Gabbuchi has 180 delicious stages to explore. Still hungry? Use the included level editor to make your own stages, so there’s no end to the ways you can satisfy Gabbuchi!

Gabbuchi is a stage-clearing 2D action puzzler, featuring a ravenous little creature named Gabbuchi who loves to eat blocks and food–particularly heart-shaped cookies! Players must work to solve 180 stages, finding ways to get the color-changing Gabbuchi to his favorite treat by navigating a grid-like space filled with friendly red and white blocks. The more blocks Gabbuchi eats in his quest, the higher the player’s score–but be careful! If Gabbuchi eats the wrong block, he might not be able to complete the stage. Players will put their puzzle-solving skills to the test in this fast-paced, addictive, and utterly adorable game.

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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