Last week Handy Games launched Townsmen VR for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Hot on its heels from the developer is another Steam Early Access title called Devil and the Fairy.
The videogame is a tower defense style experience in which you play the Devil. Commanding hordes of demons and other monsters, you need to protect the magic crystal which is the source of your power from loads of pesky human heroes.
In its current early access form Devil and the Fairy includes three different dungeon levels with three difficulty settings. As Handy Games explains: “A cute fairy, will act as a guide through the tutorial and explain the game mechanics to the players. The players are tasked with improving their dungeons and leading their units in order to defend their realm against waves of human invaders. In addition to roughly 3 hours of standard gameplay, the player can spend many more hours experiencing the progression system, unlocking new units and upgrading items to be even more effective against intruding raiders.”
The studio plans on being in early access for approximately a year, in that time its goal is to increase the number of playable dungeons, expand on the existing war machinery more props and units for both minions and raiders. The team does note that: “Again, however, while more content would be great and there are a lot of ideas we are excited about, we can’t promise any additional features.”
Devil and the Fairy can be purchased now via Steam Early Access for £7.19 GBP, for either Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.
Townsmen is another strategy experience, but instead of the forces of good and evil battling it out you’re now a god watching over towns folk, helping them with their everyday lives, speeding up process by getting workers to where they need to be. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Handy Games, reporting back with the latest updates.