VR Puzzle-Platformer PathCraft Launches On Quest 2
Okay, this game looks straight-up adorable.
Available now on Meta Quest 2 and Quest Pro headsets, PathCraft is a new VR game developed by Devil Cow Studio and published by Vertigo Games that tasks you with safely escorting an adorable-looking companion through a series of increasingly complex puzzles.
According to the official release, the colorful-looking puzzle platformer was designed from the ground up for VR and features support for hand-tracking, allowing you to place building blocks with your own two hands throughout 80+ levels. There’s even a dedicated level editor, allowing you to design and share your own custom levels with other players online.
The game includes eight different blocks to use across four environments. As you progress you can unlock additional gameplay mechanics as well as new environments and costumes for your tiny friend.
“Playing with blocks is easy? Think again! Tease your brain with clever VR puzzling in the playful, handcrafted world of PathCraft, a deceptively simple puzzle platformer where you play with blocks to complete increasingly complex puzzles,” says the game’s description on the Quest Store. “Keep on your toes and react quickly to guide your little mini-me and successfully complete its path. Next up, you can build and share your own levels with the level editor. Can you think outside the blocks?”
PathCraft is available now on Meta Quest 2 and Meta Quest Pro headsets. The game usually costs $14.99 but is currently available for 20% off ($11.99) for a limited time. For more information check out the official website.
Image Credit: Vertigo Games, Devil Cow Studio
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