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Hurl VR Released

Developer Rusty Oak announces the release of Hurl VR on Steam for HTC Vive. While we still wish this was a roller coaster sim with nausea as a selling point, it turns out to be a "surreal virtual ball throwing simulation," so, yeah. Here's a trailer showing how this works, and here's word:

Hurl VR is a physics-based ball throwing simulator in virtual reality with a touch of tactical puzzler, requiring skill, logical thinking and precise timing. It offers 30 atmospheric levels with increasing difficulty and complexity as new platforms with different features emerge, such as boosting the speed of the ball or teleporting it to another platform in a new angle. Hurl VR uses 360-degree environments so look around if you donít want to get stuck in one level for too long!

The unique angle of Hurl VR lies in embracing the physical aspects of individual players, which are generally overlooked in modern game development. A shorter player might find it extremely easy to complete a certain level that requires a low and tactical throw, whereas a tall player might find it more challenging to tackle the same level. These personal human traits make each playerís game experience entirely unique and at times even comical, thus Hurl VR stands out not only as an interactive puzzler but as a fun party game as well.

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