Pixel Rift Releases a New Demo for Halloween
Ana Riberio, the indie developer of a popular virtual reality video game called Pixel Rift, has just a released Halloween Special version of the demo. The Halloween Special version along with the regular one is currently available for free download on the official website of Pixel Rift.
The demo has a full support for Oculus Rift head mounted display. When the initial demo was first released to the public, it received positive feedback for its inventiveness and unique setting. The game follows a girl named Nicola, an addicted video gamer and her struggles as she tries to play favorite game called Pixel Rift. The game has plenty of surprises, fun and exciting features. In the game, you have to play your favorite game in the classroom, dining room, and living room and so on. It is basically a game within a game. Nicola has many gaming devices such as consoles, handhelds and even arcade machines. Pixel Rift offers somewhat a nostalgic experience as the gamers come across the black and white 2D sprites of the 70s and bright and colorful 3D graphics of the 90s. One of the unique things about Pixel Rift is that it offers 2D gaming in 3D environment.
The Halloween Special demo, dubbed version 0.3, has a complete Halloween theme. Just like the original demo, it follows Nicola, a gaming enthusiast, who tries to find the hidden Easter eggs. The demo will show many scenes of Nicola playing the latest version of her favorite game Pixel Rift series. Users will be able to experience Pixel Rift themselves and they will also get to interact with their surroundings. Pixel Rift Halloween Special Version 0.3 is now available for both PC and MAC on the official website of Pixel Rift. The title can be found on display at the GameCity 2014 event in Nottingham, UK this week. In the gaming festival, fans can have a great time as they will be able to play Pixel Rift along with several other virtual reality video games. The developer, Ana Riberio, plans to release the full version of Pixel Rift in 2015.
Pixel Rift – 2D Gaming In A 3D Environment
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