Videogames aren’t something that just happen overnight – good ones anyway. They take time and dedication to create, no matter how big the studio, with developers toiling away for countless hours building entertaining experiences for everyone to enjoy. UK-based indie studio Freekstorm knows this only too well, having developed its puzzle adventure title Doctor Kvorak’s Obliteration Game over the past seven years. Well the end is nearly insight as the videogame will becoming to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive – as well as Windows PC Desktop – next week.
Describing the title in its own words, Freekstorm explains: “Doctor Kvorak’s Obliteration Game tells the story of a dastardly deity and an episode of his deadly galactic game show. Controlling all three talented contestants, players must pit their wits against the Doctor himself, an immortal trickster who will challenge and ensnare them every step of the way. Win fame, fortune and fantastical prizes, but all is not what it seems, for losing risks the very annihilation of your world.”
The studio says Doctor Kvorak’s Obliteration Game will feature over 10 hours worth of gameplay, with the story unfolding over 15 game zones – each around 30 minutes in length. Players will have to control three characters, each with their own unique abilities, as they try to solve a myriad of puzzles and traps to outwit the evil Doctor and win lots of fabulous prizes.
And for those of you feeling creative, Freekstorm has included a level editor which is fully integrated into the Steam Workshop, enabling players to build their own maps to share.
Doctor Kvorak’s Obliteration Game will be launching on Steam on 26th July for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and OSVR, retailing for $19.99 USD/£14.99 GBP.
Checkout the trailer for the virtual realty (VR) version below. And for any further updates from Freekstorm, as always, keep reading VRFocus.