Classic block moving game Jenga is popular the world over and back in June South Korean developer HandMade Game, the team behind virtual reality (VR) title Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle announced its own VR take on the game. Now the studio has released a dedicated website for CRANGA!: Harbor Frenzy alongside a brand new gameplay trailer.
CRANGA!: Harbor Frenzy takes the wooden block moving game and gives it an industrial, immersive VR twist by putting players in a harbour with giant freight containers replacing the small blocks.
Players take control of a crane which has a bright yellow ball hanging from the far end. This ball is then used to manipulate the individual containers in the teetering stack, removing them as gently as possible. CRANGA!: Harbour Frenzy requires players to look around the tower to find the most appropriate block to remove so that the entire structure doesn’t collapse, but one wrong move can bring it all crashing down.
To add to the difficulty CRANGA!: Harbour Frenzy will also feature containers that come in different shapes and sizes, and at times can be explosive or slippery. The containers are also colour coded as CRANGA!: Harbour Frenzy will suggest a certain colour to remove next, so players have to be careful which ones they choose.
HandMade Game will be launching CRANGA!: Harbour Frenzy on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Sony Interactive Entertainment’s (SIE) PlayStation VR head-mounted display (HMD). The final version will include single-player and multiplayer modes where players can play and compete with others in various challenges.
As HandMade Game continues development, keep reading VRFocus for all the latest updates on CRANGA!: Harbour Frenzy.