Just released my newest video game, Kill Barman

This will be a quick post because it is just an announcement about my newest video game called Kill Barman.

I did not develop this game alone. We did it together with Oscar Garrido as a non virtual reality programmer and Patricia Huete as UI designer. Finally, me as leader and virtual reality programmer.

As you can probably tell as I mentioned it, this project is in virtual reality. So you will need an Oculus Go to play the game because we decided to develop it for them. I have absolutely no idea if Kill Barman will be compatible with other Oculus software like the Oculus Rift. You can try and tell me the results because I am actually interested in knowing this. What I know for sure is that other non related products of Oculus like HTC Vive will not work with the project.

Kill Barman was our first virtual reality video game so it is quite the simple game in this regards. Your goal is to get the highest score by hitting the bartenders with the balls an expending machine gives you. The game mechanics are very easy to understand but actually getting a good score can be challenging because the black bartender which substracts your score when it gets hits, can be hard to predict his moves and changes his speed randomly.

You can visit the project page here. Even if you do not own an Oculus Go you can still play the Windows version because we made one!

Sleeping with the bartender won't get you free drinks but it's worth a shot.
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