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Captain Toonhead vs the Punks from Outer Space Unleashes FPS Tower Defense in 2021

This is Teravision Games’ first self-published title.

Years ago titles like Defense Grid 2: Enhanced VR Edition brought classic tower defence gaming to headsets but there’s been a lull of late. Developers like Teravision Games are looking to change that whilst tailoring the genre to VR, combining it with first-person shooter (FPS) action for its upcoming project Captain Toonhead vs the Punks from Outer Space.

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Revealing the first gameplay trailer today, Captain Toonhead vs the Punks from Outer Space is a quirky single-player adventure where you’re cast as the titular character who teams up with a cartoon-obsessed spaceship technician called Elliot Salazar to save the world from Earth’s last dictator, Nikolas Voorhees.

You’ll need to defend your base from an onslaught of technologically-enhanced creatures from copter cats and T-Rexes to merciless cyberchickens. You’ll be able to place and upgrade and variety of towers and then head directly into battle with a unique range of weaponry or jump into one of the towers.

“Captain Toonhead started with a fantasy,” said Enrique Fuentes, CEO of Teravision Games in a statement. “How awesome would it feel to experience a tower defence if you were fighting waves of enemies from the front lines, in first-person — while fully immersed in VR?”

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“It was very important to us to make something genuine to who we are as developers,” added Fuentes, “so we didn’t shy away from including some Latin American elements like our super-powerful chancla and a piñata-launching tower. Even our hero was designed to be a true reflection of us and our love for geek culture. All of us here at Teravision Games are ‘toonheads’, and hopefully we created something that many other toonheads out there will enjoy.”

Captain Toonhead vs the Punks from Outer Space will support Oculus Rift/Rift S, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR when it launches in the first half of 2021. As Teravision Games release further details VRFocus will let you know.

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