Earlier this month indie studio Robot Turtle turned heads with a tweet about its mind-bending puzzle game, Viewfinder. Now a possible VR version of the game is being teased.
Viewfinder is all about solving challenges by finding a new perspective on things. Missing a bridge in a walkway? Raise a picture of one up to the structure and it’ll suddenly be cemented in reality. In the trailer from this month we even see classic 8-bit scenes realized in 3D and tunnels appearing almost from thin air.
Yesterday, however, Callum Underwood, owner of Robot Teddy and co-owner of Robot Turtle, tweeted the following.
….but what if we did it in VR too 👀#viewfinder pic.twitter.com/x5iFOuzVpb
— Callum Uwunderwood (@DevRelCallum) June 10, 2021
Interesting, no? It’s not a direct confirmation that the game will support VR, but it certainly teases a lot of possibilities.
The base game itself is likely some ways off – in an earlier tweet Underwood clarified that the game currently exists as a vertical slice that the team is working on, but it’s searching for publishers too. A full VR conversion is by no means guaranteed, then, but it’s a tantalizing teaser all the same.
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