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Crazy Machines VR Now Available



LEIPZIG AND MUNICH – Oct. 25, in the year of our Lord 2018 – Crazy Machines VR, the debut virtual reality entry in the zany puzzle game series from developer FAKT Software and EuroVideo brings ridiculous physics-based fun today to Steam for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality. The PlayStation VR release will follow at a later date.

Crazy Machines VR is the latest installment in the popular puzzle franchise first introduced in 2004 and enjoyed by millions of players. For the first time, ingenuitive problem solvers can experience the series trademark brand of puzzles in VR, taking miniscule to massive components into their own virtual hands as they build and experiment with elaborate machines to solve entertaining challenges from a whole new perspective.

All levels have been designed and optimized specifically for VR. Forty stages are divided into five chapters, all with different settings. Conquer additional challenges to earn achievements and always remember to ask the grumpy support robot for help.

“After months of hard work and polish, our whole team is excited to see players jump right into the chain reactions of Crazy Machines,” said Falk Möckel, managing director at FAKT Software.

“Please enjoy tinkering around with them and experiencing in our zany story and entertaining minigames – for the first time in VR!”

Crazy Machines VR is now available for £14.99 / €19.99 / $19.99 USD.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems
in the US at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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