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Mostly Harmless Games releases their first VR game

Pressmeddelande   •   Feb 21, 2017 14:57 CET

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Mostly Harmless Games, developers of Funklift, have officially entered the VR gaming scene. After months of prototyping, experimenting and developing they have now released their first VR game Munch for roomscale VR on the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

The player controls Munch, a small fish that follows the motion controller, and must help Munch grow by eating other, smaller fish but avoiding the bigger ones. The more Munch grows, the bigger the fish you can eat. The game features 20 increasingly challenging levels across five beautiful underwater environments. 

- The release of Munch is the first step in our efforts to position Mostly Harmless Games as leading developers in the rapidly growing VR market, says Alexander Milton, CEO, Mostly Harmless Games.

The idea of Munch came to the developers when they were playing around with Valve’s demo The Lab, more specifically the Space Invaders-like game called Xortex. Munch combines the mechanics from Xortex with the gameplay from classic flash and PopCap games such as Fishy and Feeding Frenzy, reinvented in Virtual Reality.

Mostly Harmless Games is part of The Game Incubator in Gothia Science Park and Sweden Game Arena.

For more information

Alexander Milton, CEO, or +46704700992

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