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Fantasy Smith VR Releases



April 23, in the year of our Lord 2019 -- Fantasy Smith VR is on Steam now, come make magical weapons for the cute adventurers! Fantasy Smith VR is a stimulation-type VR game developed by “Gunben3”, a team of Taiwanese students. Fantasy Smith VR is released on Steam today and available for HTC Vive.

Players are going to play the role of the smith apprentice and experience the
interaction with all the cute creatures or characters in the shop. The fantasy setting makes the forging more interesting, magic potion and floating crystals virtually engage players in an incredible magic world. After the shop closes, players can head to the market with the coins they earned and spend them on the piggy design vending machine. The adorable piggy might make the players lavish all their money on it!

The developer stated, “The game is designed to be highly open and free. Players can
show their creativities by interacting with all the objects in the scene.” For example, players can shape their own weapon to however they like, mix the sword handle and the gem which they bought from the market while bringing them to different kinds of story ending.

Although the developing team did a great job on the graphic design, none of them is a
gaming programmer. Nevertheless, they still worked hard to complete this relaxing VR game. They hope that player can immerse themselves in the engraved scene and lively characters, and enjoy the world of Fantasy Smith.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on this system 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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