As promised last week, indie developer Carlos Coronado has today released his first-person puzzle title, MIND: Path to Thalamus onto Steam. The videogame can be picked up on PC for £9.99 GBP. Support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) is planned to arrive at a later date, though the exact timing is yet to be specified. A list of new updates have also been made to the title just ahead of launch.
MIND: Path to Thalamus tells the story for a father coming to terms with his past mistakes. Players solve a series of puzzles by manipulating elements such as weather, lighting and time. The title features over 30 different challenges across more than 20 different landscapes, with six different ways to manipulate elements. With Oculus Rift support planned for the future, Coronado has also expressed interesting in bringing the title to PlayStation 4 with support for the Project Morpheus VR HMD.
“It’s been an exciting week!” Coronado said in an update ahead of the title’s launch. “We sent review copies to many press sites and Youtubers, both big and small, so that they could have their videos and reviews ready for launch, but they must also be commended for acting as playtesters as well: they have encountered quite a few bugs, which have been now been fixed for release.”
Said updates include support for VSync, fixing some screen-tearing issues as well as bugs, spelling mistakes in subtitles and more. VRFocus will continue to follow MIND: Path to Thalamus going forward, reporting back with any further updates on the title’s development.