Retro Gadgets Early Access

Early Access to Retro Gadgets is now underway on Steam, putting players behind a simulated workbench to create and modify a variety of gizmos. This trip back to the 1990s from Licorice ehf and Studio Evil has no platform logos, but the specs at the bottom of the page are for Windows. The Early Access Launch Trailer show off new and familiar gadgets and highlights how they can be repaired, enhanced, and customized. Here's more:
In Retro Gadgets, players make and customise their own gadgets, which they can code to bring to life before sharing with the community. Working in a tactile interface, tinkerers will press buttons, flick switches, twist dials, and move joysticks to build and interact with any gadget they can think of. The game features full Steam Workshop integration, letting players download, inspect and reverse engineer each other's projects to create their own versions.

Doubling up as an educational tool, Retro Gadgets lets players create their gadgets with full support for Lua code, including a documented editor. This enables gadgets to come to life, from video game consoles to live weather stations and calculators. Once built, creators can use their gadgets on their desktops while running Retro Gadgets. In the future, players and designers will be able to export their projects and use them individually as widgets on their Windows computers. Make a tool you need for your daily workflow in Retro Gadgets and export it for your personal use.