Radical Rex available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One and Xbox Series S|X

QUByte Interactive, in partnership with PIKO Interactive, is pleased to announce a classic game, Radical Rex (QUByte Classics) that will be available on September 8th for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One and Xbox Series S|X.

Radical Rex is a classic adventure platformer game that brings a fire-breathing Tyrannosaurus on a skateboard that has to save his race from the spell of an evil creature.

Rex can ride his skateboard, breath fire and kick the enemies to defeat them, jump, swing on vines and roar to shake everything! He will slam through ten wild levels, like jungles, freaked-out forests, haunted dino-graveyards, piranha-infested underwater caves and even inside a giant dinosaur!

No sweet for Rex – because he’s too Radical to be extinct!

Game Features Radical Rex

  • 10 Levels set in prehistoric age
  • Fast paced gameplay
  • Catchy soundtrack
  • Great enemies and boss fights
  • 16-bit and portable versions

For more information, join the Discord community and follow QUByte on Twitter.

Official Website https://www.qubyteinteractive.com/games/radical-rex/

YouTube Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7MrW8hTQLQ

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