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Soviet Lunapark VR

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Welcome to the Soviet Lunapark!

Admire the magnificent creations of Dr Pavlov. Immerse yourself in the brilliantly crafted world of thinking machines and disgusting corpses, hungry for the living flesh!

In Soviet Lunapark VR you will be able to choose one of four characters with unique abilities: an engineer who can stop the time, a nurse who can tame the zombies, or try other crazy bastards. You will take part in the dramatic events that took place at the facility №3826 when everything went out of the control. Unless, of course, you can survive and not sink into the madness.

Gameplay features

• Play solo or with other players in co-op mode supporting up to 4 players. You always can revive your friends if they die. Communicate, help each other or compete.

• Stunning graphics in the unique setting of the Soviet Union!

•Each character has its own abilities and different characters perfectly complement each other. You'll be able to slow down time, push back the enemies, use an electric discharge shield and many more.

• Two types of movement - teleportation and locomotion. Both right-handed and left-handed controls support.

• Each level has its own unique mechanics - puzzles, small cutscenes, story and bosses.

• Relax and have fun on an abandoned Soviet paradise island, which used to be a USSR High Command resort. Play hamster arcade machine with your friends - compete who can nail more Nazi hamsters in 60 seconds! Find many more interesting ways to spend your time on the Soviet island!

Follow our updates - a few new arenas and a story mode on large maps will arrive shortly to the Soviet Lunapark.

The game supports only HTC Vive and Oculus Rift now.
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System requirements for PC

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i7-4770
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from French
Early access review for the price of the games, I recommend it even if not perfect, the most embarrassing is the alizing but or else it is beautiful, its oar a chouia in the large area of departure but I like the idea that the interface is the world is before us , indication panels for the different levels of the games in the form of Manege by the color and light are poorly reglee, I could not test the multi due to lack of population VR and the games just came out, the sounds is niquel especially that of the weapons , the referred is very precise thanks to the Lazer, you will touch the target with the head without problem, lacks the world stories hoping that it will be followed by the dev. I made a video on https://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=CJH4F5OjHLI&t=37s I touched the light and the color to make it more enjoyable to see but it will be good that the dev retouching the contrast
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Microsoft from Italian
Product received for free Early Access Review After seeing the first Atomic Heart trailer, I immediately realised that that would be my most anticipated title in the current year. This is because, in addition to presenting extraordinarily well, are evident the references to masterpieces such as Bioshock, System Shock and Half Life, but incorporated in an extremely original and fascinating. When Mundfish then announced a title only VR that made from introduction to their flagship exit I Slingshot on the title with expectations to a thousand. Soviet Lunapark VR is a spin-off of Atomic Heart, with which it shares assets, graphic style and atmosphere, but which is strongly distancy to the level of gameplay mechanics, at least for now. This today is a preview of the EA version, since Soviet Lunapark VR to date does not have much to offer but promises great things. The game seems to be online at half price just for this reason, but with the arrival of the 1.0 before the end of summer things should change radically. This first title of Mundfish is, at least in this first phase, a classic wave shooter in which through the four levels available will have to destroy dense hordes of zombies in both single player and multiplayer. From a beautiful central HUB, which looks like a small, Soviet-style amusement park, you will be able to choose the "attraction" you want to try by approaching the respective cabin. These Cabinotti will send us on one of the four maps after having chosen one of the four characters available, which differ by weapon used and active skill. Read the full preview of the EA version on VR ITALIA [www.vr-italia.org] Watch the PREVIEW VIDEO
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