The Crazy Machines franchise was released in October 2005 for Mac and PC as well as for Nintendo DS and Wii. It was created by FAKT software and published by Wild River.
This year, Crazy Machines VR has planned to come up with a surprise for all the would-be VR inventors out there. It is going to debut on PC through Steam with VR support for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality. The expected date for the debut is October 25, 2018. To add to your excitement, there is also a PlayStation VR version planned to be released, however, the date is yet not confirmed.
As the name says, this franchise is leading into some crazy developments in the virtual reality title. For instance, the amount of control to assemble components is increased with VR’s intuitive controls. Also, the users can now get their hands on with the creations for the very first time in history.
Crazy Machines VR will comprise five chapters and forty mind-boggling levels of puzzles and physics challenges. The VR iteration allows the puzzle pieces to float which provides freedom from gravity. The controls are designed to be intuitive and simple to allow users to get an interacting experience with each component with their own hands.
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