With Oculus Touch due for release in the next couple of weeks, developers have recently been confirming titles for launch day release. Just this week alone COLOPL Inc.’s Dig 4 Destruction, Fierce Kaiju’s Viral EX, I-Illusions’ Space Pirate Trainer and PlaySide VR’s Zombie Riot were all revealed for the motion controllers and now there’s one more. South Korean developer HandMade Game has now confirmed its puzzle title CRANGA!: Harbour Frenzy will arrive on 6th December.
Inspired by classic block moving game Jenga, CRANGA!: Harbour Frenzy involves players controlling 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. They’ll need to utilize the physical space 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.
CRANGA!: Harbor Frenzy features Steven, a seagull, who guides players across the 16 levels, as well as leaderboards, and local multiplayer options.
The title isn’t just Oculus Touch compatible, it’ll still support Oculus Rift and the standard Xbox One controller on Oculus Store. CRANGA!: Harbor Frenzy will also support HTC Vive and OSVR when it arrives on Steam on the same day.
HandMade Game has released a new trailer showcasing the Oculus Touch functionality, and for any further announcements, keep reading VRFocus.