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Pixel Federation’s CoLab Makes its Way to HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

The Gear VR title gets a full launch on PC.

Pixel Federation’s puzzle title CoLab has appeared in several forms in the last year as the studio has developed the project. In February this year it released CoLab – First Rooms for the Oculus Rift DK2 via Oculus Share – as it existed back then – before launching CoLab – Trial Rooms for Samsung Gear VR. Now the videogame has seen a fully fledged launch on Steam, supporting Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets.

Just like the previous versions, CoLab is a puzzle solver set to a backdrop of a VR reality show, where the show’s host will help players through the maze by offering advice, only problem is most of it’s for his amusement rather than their success.

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Featuring over 100 puzzles to solve, including boss fights, CoLab has implemented a teleportation system – common in VR titles now – to eliminate most of the motion sickness issues gamers may come across. While gameplay is kept simple and accessible using one button input coupled with head movement for controlling puzzles, making it intuitive and accessible for those experiencing VR for the first time. 

The CoLab release on Steam can be downloaded for £3.99 GBP. Checkout the launch trailer below, and for all the latest VR releases on Steam, keep reading VRFocus.

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