The indie game that uses spaceships, houses and music synthesizers as the basis for super quirky puzzling
Next month the delightful and deliciously stylish GNOG arrives on Playstation 4 and PS VR. It's a puzzle game where you have to find the right buttons, switches and thingamajigs on various candy colored devices. The level on show in this trailer is based on a music synthesizer.
The game was made by KO-OP, an "artist run game studio" and is being published by indie powerhouse Double Fine. There are nine levels to play with and music from Marskye. It'll work with a traditional flatscreen but the game really is at it's best in virtual reality. Each puzzle is so tactile, like a real-world puzzle box, that the sense of depth you get with VR really enhances the whole experience.
The game launches on PlayStation on May 2 and Steam and iOS later this year.