A downloadable game for Windows

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One of the player is lost in the void and has to rely on the other to make his way out.

Discover a new kind of VR game with full asymmetric cooperation.

Communication is your only way to complete each level.

Last version of the game added new levels, an enhanced level selection menu and a record system.

If you tried the game, please leave a feedback on this page, I'm always looking on ways to improve the experience.

Full demo walkthrough

Requirements

  • VR Headset supporting OpenVR (e.g. Vive, Oculus, Index)
  • Two Players willing to try a new adventure

Game code and demo available on github


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Escape From The Void - Windows 232 MB
Version 2.01
EFTV: 10 levels demo - Windows 106 MB
Version 2.0

Development log

Comments

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(+1)

Hey, I think there is a problem with one of the levels. With the two blocks and barrier with a cutout, it seems in VR like you are supposed to be able to put the blocks through the cutout to complete the bridge, however you cannot fit either block through, which means you are unable to complete the level.

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Arf, sorry to hear that. The last update included a change in width and height of the blocks to make it persistent between levels.

It should be really easy to fix but I'm on quarantine without my VR/Dev computer.

Meanwhile, if you really want to play the next levels (which would be amazing!) you can change your save in the following directory : %APPDATA%\Godot\ you have to change your current level for other (the next run is "04-same" you also can use "09-last" to finish the game in a text editor)

Sorry for the bug. I'll fix it as soon as I can.

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It's fine, thanks for the reply. Glad to know I can edit the save, I worked around it yesterday using Cheat Engine to move the blocks to complete the level, I just thought I'd highlight the issue in case other people run into it too. My sister and I have really enjoyed it so far, we think it could be a really great game to get the rest of our family into VR :)

(+1)

So glad to hear that, it was designed to be played by almost anyone.

(I fixed the bug)

(+2)

really cool, there are some really good ideas in here

Thanks :)

i kind of would like to play VR and PC at the same time:)