Wild River Games and Perp Games revealed that Crazy Machines VR will receive a physical release on PSVR on October 18th. Crazy Machines VR was developed by Fakt Software.
Play the latest instalment of the award-winning puzzle classic on PSVR and explore numerous worlds and game mechanics across 40 different levels.
Split into five different chapters, the game is full of challenges, trophies, and unique settings that really offer a refreshing and unique experience for fans of Crazy Machines.
And if you get a bit stuck, fortunately, there’s always a grumpy old robot to help you out along the way!
For the first time in Crazy Machines VR, players will take on the role of the professor himself and not his dutiful assistant.
Embark on a journey that takes you to as yet unexplored dimensions and universes, as you delve even deeper into the chaotic consciousness of the professor.
You’ll be able to take components of all shapes and sizes in hand, and build and experiment with machines to help you solve a set of increasingly difficult puzzles.
Crazy Machines VR encourages a new kind of puzzle-solving where you are at the very centre of the action and will need to find some genius solutions for the game’s many riddles.
The game is full of awesome little discoveries and pays homage to a franchise that has been running for over a decade across various formats.
Of the announcement, Marc Wardenga, Head of games by Wild River, says “Crazy Machines VR is an exciting game, which use all aspects of VR environment. We are excited that Perp Games the leading publisher of PS VR games will bring Crazy Machines VR to a worldwide audience via their global distribution network ”
Rob Edwards, Managing Director of Perp Games, is thrilled to work on this award-winning series. “Crazy Machines has been delighting gamers for years and has now taken an exciting new step with its award-winning franchise. Combining our VR experience and Fakt Software’s reputation for making excellent puzzlers, we’re delighted to bring the PSVR version of Crazy Machines VR to retail.”
Crazy Machines VR will come to retail on PSVR on October 18th.