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Nano Shift

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Nano Shift is a Virtual Reality puzzle mystery game set slightly in the future during the struggle against an invasive Nano Virus that has reduced a large part of the earth's surface to an uninhabitable wasteland. Nano Shift will take you on a search through time for traces of who or what released the Nano Virus that wiped out 80% of the Earth’s population. The Harvest as they sometimes called it.

Your story begins in a gritty underground compound as volunteer #137, moments before you are requested for duty. Your journey will take you more than half a century in the past, to when humans could still safely walk the surface. To see through the deception and solve the mystery behind Nano Shift you'll need sharp wits, a keen eye, and a little help from a few friends.

Gameplay is a puzzle mystery mixed with exploration elements. With rich environmental storytelling, full 360 degree sound, and a fully interactive world, Nano Shift brings a truly immersive experience that is unique to Room-Scale VR.

This game is broken up into chapters, with the first full chapter currently included and available to play. Two more chapters are in the works and will be released as they are finished. The price of this game will increase as more chapters are added. We're in early access and still have some kinks to work out, but it's quite stable and offers approximately an hour, to hour and a half, of play time.


Gameplay features include:
- Rich and detailed environments.
- Puzzles and interactions built for tracked motion controllers.
- Teleporting not required. In fact it’s not even recommended! (unless your play space is under the minimum Room-Scale measurements of 2.8m x 2.8m).
- Lots of logical and dexterity puzzles.
- Graphic and control settings options.
- Floor height adjustment setting (especially useful when letting a taller, or shorter, friend have a play session).
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Developer
Egg Roll Digital Studios Inc.
Publisher
Egg Roll Digital Studios Inc.
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.eggrolldigital.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 64bit (or newer)
  • Processor: Intel i5 (Equivalent or greater)
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 (Equivalent or greater)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10 64bit
  • Processor: Intel i7 (Equivalent or greater)
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1060 (Equivalent or greater)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Early Access Review Beautifully designed "Escape The Room Adventure" With "real" roomscale. I'm excited to see what happens with the Development of this Early Access Game. Points so far: 8/10
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Super Escape Room Game. A must for Knobler. The Puzzles are not too light but also not too heavy. And the Price I would find okay if it went a little longer. I got to 6h and I got through the Game.
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Product received for free For me one of the best VR Escape Room Games! Great Atmosphere, Puzzles not too heavy and not too light. Top Graphics and very good Controls! A Must for Escape Room Fans! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AODCAVy35NY
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Early Access Review And again, there is a Virus threat to be contained! NanoShift is a puzzle Mystery-game by searching different Rooms (freely) in a House for Clues and solving Puzzles to open unlocking Doors. The Graphics are very impressive and detailed. In the Game you are quickly in a victory-furnished House again, but many high-tech Devices can be found. This Anachronism makes the Environment the more mysterious. The Player has an Inventory of Permissions by Packing all Possible items. Some Items will not be needed until later, or you can use them more often. Since the Game is set up in Chapters, and imo is only a Chapter for Emptying, you also come across Puzzles that you can't solve yet, because corresponding Objects are missing. I am very much courting that the Developers will push them forward, because the Game is really Fun. The Menu is also very comfortable, you can adjust Things like the Locomotion, if you have too small a margin, the Movement can still mix with Teleportation. A great Thing, that's how it should always be. Or you can, for example, place the Gripping Command from the trigger line on the grip button. I played the Game in about 2.5h in one Go and hope longing for new Chapters. Recommended for puzzle and Rätzle fans.
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