Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Coop VR bomb defusal: You have the bomb, he has the manual

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Will Imholte@willimholte · Designer, Prime
This looks incredible—anyone in SF have a copy?
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Jurica Saponja @jurica87@jurica87 · CEO @pricespot.de
I added this to the largest VR collection on PH :) https://www.producthunt.com/@jur...
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Zoe Landon@hupfen · Web Developer & Rabbit
Watched this being played at PAX Prime last year; they set it up so the crowd could see the Oculus output, but the reader couldn't. Watching both parts at once was really frustrating. You know that feeling when you're watching someone stumble through a new game? That's how this felt. You really need extremely strong communicators to have half a chance. But, when's the last time you played a game that required really strong communicators? I think it's awesome solely for that fact. It's a brilliant use of Oculus, a novel premise, and it tests skills that most games don't. Really wish I could've played it.
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ValentineDessertenneHunter@vdessertenne · Studios illogika
I tried it at the Toronto Comics and Arts Festival and I had a great time. I played with a coworker, which meant I had to stay fairly respectful and calm, but I was going insane seeing that countdown go down. It's a great game, and really puts your nerves and communication skills to the test. The biggest challenge is definetely describing what you see on screen. All while hearing your partner sifting through the manual desperately. We beat one bomb, the "easy" one but then got destroyed on the other ones. I hope to see the game again soon, I had loads of fun with it
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Patrick J. Bradley@patrickjbradley · founder @muusicalapp and @sososwiftUS
I just tried an oculus rift for the first time. I loved this game. It was super fun and a clever idea.