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Richie’s Plank Experience Coming to Chinese Venues

Virtual Reality (VR) game Richie’s Plank Experience is coming to Viveland the VR theme park in Taipei, Taiwan. The venue will have a physical plank set up to more accurately simulate the experience that many players have characterised as terrifying.

Richie’s Plank Experience is a videogame demo currently on Early Access. Gameplay features the player taking an elevator up to a plank that site 160m above the ground and then trying to walk to the end without falling off. The game has been described by developers as an experience designed for first-time VR users. There are also settings within the game that allow for the use of the physical plank, as Viveland will be doing.

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Viveland is located on the 3rd floor of the Syntrend Creative Park and covers a space of 330 square meters. It was opened on October 29th 2016 and is designed for both single and multi-player VR experiences. Their specialised VR booths are equipped with HD projectors, AMD high-performance graphics cards, stereo equipment, SteelSeries wireless headsets and comfortable seating.

Richie’s Plank Experience is part of a large catalogue of VR games available at Viveland, including Fruit Ninja, Everest VR, Zombie Camp, Project CARS and Front Defence.

VRFocus will keep you updated on further news about the HTC Vive and Viveland.