Get your guns (literal and figurative) and head to the beach for some summer fun as Funktronic Games announced that the Switch and Steam versions of Wave Break are now available. Previously exclusive on the Google Stadia, the new release will also come with a new Weezy Mode featuring critically acclaimed band Weezer as well as the brand new song Tell Me What You Want.
Following Weezer’s headline performance at Summer Game Fest’s Kick Off Live!, Funktronic Labs is thrilled to announce “Weezy Mode”, a level centered around Weezer’s new song, “Tell Me What You Want”, will be playable tomorrow when Wave Break launches on Steam and Switch! Alongside the game, “Tell Me What You Want” releases today on all music streaming platforms.
In an effort to eliminate the challenges creators often face with popular music, Weezer and Funktronic Labs, in partnership with Crush Games, have taken steps to ensure “Tell Me What You Want” is stream-safe, so it can be freely used on Twitch, YouTube and anywhere else without being blocked or losing monetization. Additionally, the song will be available to Twitch creators via its rights-cleared audio library, Twitch Soundtrack.
“I remember bumpin’ Weezer’s Pinkerton cassette on my walkman as a dorky teenage kid, but never in a million years did I imagine I’d work with them in the future. It truly is an indie developer’s dream,” said Eddie Lee, President of Funktronic Labs.
Wave Break is the world’s first skateBOATING game, inspired by arcade skateboarding classics. Grind, grab, kickflip and shoot your way through an explosive 80s crime-filled Miami Vice themed world.
Enjoy an episodic single player campaign, ranked online multiplayer, multiple custom game modes, and an advanced park creator. From tropical beaches to frozen tundras, ride the waves and score the world’s biggest combo with style.
Check out our review of the game, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.
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