Fracture Hell

Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Core i7-6700HQ
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 960M
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
Single-player, Steam Achievements, Full controller support, Steam Cloud, Steam Leaderboards
Action, Casual, Indie

24 Aug, 2021

Curator review

If you are a fan of retro styled games then this is something you need in your Steam library. Gameplay is a classic high score focused 2D shooter game. Multiple game modes gives you a choice of fun.

Full review

If you are a fan of retro styled games, then Fracture Hell is definitely something you need in your Steam library. This game, developed by Solo Byte Games, brings chaos and destruction to the forefront as its main focus. With a deliberately simple design, the developer has managed to create an experience that allows players to fully immerse themselves in endless waves of destruction.

The gameplay revolves around surviving these waves of enemies while constantly growing stronger. You have access to an extensive armory, with over 40 guns to unlock and try out. Additionally, there are 140+ upgrade cards available that allow you to build interesting and unique decks for each run.

One of the standout features of Fracture Hell is its destructibility mechanics. Everything in the game is destructible thanks to a custom polygon fracture algorithm. As you take damage from enemies, your shape slowly cracks away little pieces – adding another layer of immersion and intensity.

The game boasts 26+ unique enemies for players to fight against across different game modes – giving you plenty of variety and replayability options. If classic high-score focused 2D shooter games are your cup of tea, then Fracture Hell will certainly scratch that itch.

What's particularly impressive about this game is how it strikes a balance between simplicity and complexity – offering newcomers an easy entry point while still providing depth for those who wish to fine-tune their strategies using artifact cards or experiment with different classes.

All in all, Fracture Hell proves itself as an entertaining addition for any fans nostalgic for retro-styled games.