Nov 3rd 2022 – Trondheim, Norway – Developer Breach VR is eager to let everyone know that Kartoffl has finally sprouted onto Steam, Meta Quest, Meta Quest 2, Quest Pro & Oculus Rift after much anticipation.
At last, you’ll be able to do your part in guiding these adorable spuds through increasingly challenging levels in this cute lemmings-inspired puzzle platformer. With a level of immersion that only VR can provide, you can get up close and personal with these little fellows as you place platforms, jump pads, fans, and more to ensure they reach their destination safely.
Whether seated (for couch potatoes), standing, or playing in full-room scale VR – you can take on each level in comfort as Kartoffl’s intuitive, easy-to-understand, and snappy interface puts you at the center of the action.
The adorable appearance of Kartoffl is deceptive – as the game provides genuine challenges to chip away at as you progress through 60 increasingly difficult levels and you can choose to take on the extra challenge of collecting stars that are littered through each level.
The style, soundtrack, use of VR and cute potato heroes come together in Kartoffl to produce a new, unique, and truly special game. Watching the spuds cartoonishly teeter, tater, and tumble as they encounter obstacles in their path, you will find yourself laughing even in the face of failure.
Martin Sivertsen, CTO and Creative Director at Breach VR said “Making Kartoffl has been so much fun for all of us here at Breach, and we’re thrilled to finally be able to release our little puzzle adventure for VR players everywhere to enjoy.“
Kartoffl is now available through the Meta Quest Store, Oculus Rift Store, and on Steam for $14.99.
About Breach VR
Breach conducts research and development into VR, AR, MR and XR, helping to shape and enable the future of virtual reality and immersive technologies.
The company is headquartered in the middle of downtown Trondheim, putting us right in the center of a vibrant Norwegian entrepreneurial scene bustling with talented software and hardware developers.
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Sean Earley is the Executive Editor of AR/VR Magazine & co-founder of RobotSpaceship Podcast Network. He is the Director of New Biz Development and Publishing at KEMWEB, a musician, producer & consultant. He loves guitars, VR and coffee.