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.

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  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.”


    #1 1 year ago