Oculus Rift Support Coming for Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe
A video game by the name of “Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe” has hit the virtual reality world recently, and has been gaining a lot of popularity.
The video game was first released at the end of December 2013, which was compatible only with Mac and PC. In the year 2014, the developers have been consistently adding updates to Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe to add support for virtual reality playing, especially with Oculus Rift’s products.
Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe is an exciting air hockey game that has been developed by Agharta Studio. The developers behind this simulator have always been vocal supporters of virtual reality and are big fans of the technology being launched with reference to the VR world. In keeping with this faith, the studio revealed a demo version of Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe that was compatible with Oculus Rift’s headset for virtual reality. Agharta Studio has announced that they will be adding full virtual reality support to Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe by this week, which includes compatibility with the second development kit developed by Oculus Rift (DK2).
Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe has been developed in form of giving tribute to “Shufflepuck Café” – a game developed by Christopher Gross that was so popular it had its own cult following of fans. Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe has been set sometime in the future, with the protagonists being pilots that navigate an aircraft which goes through a wormhole in outer space. The ship then crashes down on a planet, in a desert that is far, far away from home. Players can see only one building in this desert: a massive interstellar casino. For a living (and for passing the time), the inhabitants are forced to play air hockey all day long. Players are supposed to compete in air hockey tournaments with prizes being the parts they need to repair their aircraft and get back home.
The game has been designed to be played with a first person perspective with players having lightening fast reflexes and great hand-eye coordination. There are five floors in the casino, each of which includes a total of 13 rivals to be conquered. Players will be able to look around and explore their surroundings in between breaks they get during games. To add perks and extra content for the game, an advanced leveling system has been designed which features mini quests and missions. Virtual Reality Times will keep following the progress of Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe and report back with any further details.