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Wonderland Awaits in ALICE VR

What with headset previews and gamepad hands-ons becoming a regularity, the era of virtual reality is almost upon us, and Gliwice-based developer Carbon Studios have just announced their own project in the vein (via. Indie Game Magazine). ALICE VR, a Lewis Carroll inspired adventure, is coming to Steam, but it’s not the whimsical Wonderland you might be accustomed to.

ALICE VR (via. Indie Game Mag) is a game that blends atmospheric exploration with Wonderland-inspired puzzles, and takes place on a futuristic planet devoid of all life, human or otherwise.  Across their 3 hour experience, the player can expect to encounter Wonderland-inspired puzzles and explore a deep, intergalactic world teeming with ethereal eeriness. Atop it all, you have the developers word that no jumpscares will be making it into the final project.

The game was recently Greenlit, and is planned to launch soon on PC and Oculus Rift. If you’re looking for a gradual, explorative experience to furnish your VR endeavours or your next PC adventure, ALICE VR could very well send you down the rabbit hole. For more information, You can visit the game’s official website.

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.