Quirky first-person game about a blind person will have Oculus Rift support

Wednesday, 17th July 2013 06:51 GMT By Phil Owen

Pulse, a just-barely-Kickstarted indie title from Canadian studio Pixel Pi (one of no fewer than 36 game developers that use the word “pixel” in their name) called Pulse, which is about a blind woman trying to find her lost brother in a forest, will have Oculus Rift support. In the game, you navigate using sound, a la echolocation, sort of. If you want a better idea, you can actually play the prototype version now. Anyway, a device that lets you physically look around a game world sounds perfect for an experience where you navigate with sound. Cool.



  1. MrWaffles

    The main mechanics are unique, the art style looks excellent and the devs seem to be cool.

    This game will sell like crazy, in part bevause they already got a recognizable mascot.

    “By using the noise these creatures make, they provide additional “vision” when in need. They also provide superfluous amounts of cuteness.”


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