A friend and I have recently unleashed our first ever video game
on the unsuspecting citicens of the world. Hooray!What's the game about?
RoboTraps is a Virtual Reality puzzler in which you're working as a small employee in a factory producing deadly traps. Your job is to make sure the robots working there don't accidentally destroy themselves, and if you do your job well, you'll be rewarded! With coffee mugs for your desk, encouraging(?) words, and promotions that don't do anything. Just like in real life.
Check out the trailer to see some gameplay (and witness the highly sensual voice acting by yours truly):
Features of the game include
So how do I get this game of yours?
- silly robots
- excentric humor (surprise)
- 12 colorful levels made with Asper's arguably amazing (AAA) level design skills
- rather mild movements to keep you from going dizzy
- rewards and a tutorial
- text & voice acting in both English and German
Being a VR game, RoboTraps is currently available for both your Android smartphone
or the Oculus Rift
In case you're not so sure whether your smartphone can keep up with the game, we're going to release a free demo of RoboTraps
very soon (hopefully tomorrow). The free demo only has a fraction of the levels the full game has, but it's perfect to try out whether you're suited to work at an established company like Death Trap IncTM
. Versions for the Vive, Daydream, IOS and others
are currently being prepared.
Check our website
, or visit us at facebook
to always stay updated on this. Or just, you know, post in and/or follow this thread.But Asper, VR is sooo expensive! How could I ever afford it?
I hear you, high-end VR devices (like the Oculus Rift) aren't really something you just throw in your basket when shopping groceries. However, if you already own a smartphone, you could just get a cardboard and the Android version
of the game. Cardboards are far more affordable, with decent ones being available already at around 5 bucks
. So forget about roses and chocolate for Valentine's, there's nothing more romantic than working in a virtual monorail-cubicle and saving robots from buzz saws or flamethrowers.