Jay Plays Rowdy City Wrestling

In this review, Jay Plays Rowdy City Wrestling by Colin Lane Games and Brad Erkkila. This story-driven brawler is a fun nod to wrestling past featuring parody characters of some of the greatest of all time. While it’s not your traditional style wrestling game with a ton of moves, you’ll still have fun beating up your opponents and performing tasks to upgrade your character.

There is an endless mode featuring a royal rumble where the whole object is to eliminate as many opponents as you can over the top rope. The career mode features in-ring matches and non-sanctioned brawls that earn money to upgrade your character. Your manger also gives you tasks like hauling steel chairs and taking out the trash to also earn money.

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Download Rowdy City Wrestling for FREE with ads in the App Store and Google Play.

Official synopsis:

Every wrestling career has to start somewhere. For you it’s the mean streets of Rowdy City. Rowdy City’s Wrestling gym is a place where dreams can be made or crushed. You will meet a variety of characters throughout your career, some who want to help you and others who maybe have other plans for you.

In career mode you will start as a nobody and fight your way towards the RCW World Championships. It’s not going to be an easy journey, you will fight in 1 vs 1 matches, six person brawls and royal rumble events. The aim of the game is to earn cash to improve your stats so you can take on the guys at the top. If you need a bit of extra cash you can pick up a part time job lugging boxes around, or take the more dangerous route and do some street fights.

There are a variety of characters to unlock and an endless mode that lets you jump straight into a royal rumble mode.

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