The developer of Polybius is bringing its newest VR recreation to Steam this August.
Llamasoft, a UK-based studio headed up by famed recreation designer Jeff Minter, is launching Moose Life on August 12th. A Steam web page for the sport is already up and operating, which confirms the sport will help Rift, Vive and Index. Try some trippy gameplay Minter himself recorded earlier within the yr.
If Llamasoft, then you definitely’ll in all probability know what to anticipate from Moose Life. As with Polybius, Tempest 4000 and others earlier than it, the sport is a psychedelic ‘trance shooter’ through which gamers are subjected to a blaze of neon glory as they blow enemies into colourful neon particles. It’sd rooted in arcade origins with an emphasis on giving gamers a robust audio/visible sensation. Judging by that video, it’ll definitely obtain that objective.
Because the title suggests, this time round you’ll be enjoying as a moose. On the very least, we couldn’t get you to call one other VR recreation that casts you as a moose, proper?
“Moose Life is the most recent step on our journey into euphoric trance,” the developer notes on the Steam web page. “Created within the model of an 80s arcade recreation, however in totally immersive 3D/VR. You’ll really feel like you’re contained in the thoughts of Eugene Jarvis Himself.”
It’s reassuring to see the staff nonetheless making VR titles. In 2018, Minter famous that its final VR recreation, the then-PS4/PSVR-exclusive Polybius hadn’t “made a penny”. The sport later got here to Steam, although it’s not clear if it discovered extra success there.
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