Indie developer Unello Design is committed to more surreal, relaxing virtual reality (VR) experiences. Last year the company launched Eden River, a peaceful title in which players take in soothing sights and sounds. Today has seen the studio already release another such experience named Zen Zone. However Unello Design has also launched another title that serves as something of an extension of its first VR videogame, Opera Nova, which was made available for free last year. That title is Nebuland.
Nebuland is currently available over on the Google Play Store for Android and costs just £0.80 GBP. The title is compatible with the Google Cardboard smartphone-based head-mounted display (HMD). This is a music-based puzzle experience in which players solve a range of challenges in surreal landscapes filled with 3D sound sculptures. The title uses original music from Unello Design’s Aaron Lemke. Fans may recall already hearing Lemke’s work in Eden River.
VRFocus will continue to follow Unello Design’s work in VR, reporting back with any further updates from the company.