Puzzle Game Fantastic Contraption Coming to PlayStation VR Spring 2017

on December 15, 2016 12:20 PM

Today, developer Radial Games and developer/publisher Northway Games announced that their puzzle game Fantastic Contraption is coming to PlayStation VR sometime in spring 2017.

As you may know, Fantastic Contraption released earlier this year, back in April, on HTC Vive, as well as onto Oculus Rift just a few weeks ago. For those of you who have never heard of it — don’t sweat it — the following overview of the game was provided over on PlayStation Blog via the developer:

Fantastic Contraption is a virtual reality puzzle/building game which transports you to an island floating in the sky, where animals lounge on the moon and the sky whales sing. There, you must construct various weird and fantastic contraptions to trundle, climb, or throw your way to victory through 50 mind-boggling levels.

To help you along the way, you’ll have your toolbox in the form of Neko, the green cat that is powered by rainbow farts. Pull wheels, rods and more out of his back (he doesn’t seem to mind) and snap them together to make the contraption of your dreams. Build cars, tanks, catapults, conveyor belts, or maybe just some thingamajig that flails in the right direction.

The goal of each level is simple: Get your squishy pink blob to the goal off in the distance. Each level is different and while building is simple and intuitive, the solutions are endless!

A price point was not divulged, however, the game launched (and still is) $29.99 USD on the other headsets, so it’s safe to assume it will be this price on PlayStation VR.

To celebrate the announcement, a new trailer was released. You can check it out below:

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