Whereas the developer’s debut game brought the bullet hell genre to VR, Transpose takes a new spin on the puzzle genre. Players need to solve challenges by creating overlapping versions of themselves known as echoes and then work with their past actions. As you can see in the trailer below, that might mean simply passing an item along like a baton, though the gravity-defying environments are sure to make things much more complex as you progress.
The game features real-time motion capture that will record player’s movements and then replay them as if they were another character. Environments are designed to support room-scale VR, so you’ll be able to physically walk around each area as you shift from echo to echo (provided you have the space of course). The game is produced with the help of the Canadian Media Fund and Ontario Media Development Corporation.
Transpose is promising over 30 levels that total nearly eight hours of gameplay. It’s coming to Rift, Vive and PSVR this fall for $19.99. We’re big fans of Blasters here at UploadVR, so we’ll definitely be excited to check this one out.