Press release:
Barcelona, Spain –January 17th, 2018– For enthusiasts of VR and devotees of horror games, indie studio Bloompix Studios launches a new update for their terror shocker The Devil Awaits VR. This immersive virtual reality game is exclusively available on Samsung Gear VR for $4.99.

The Devil Awaits VR is a thriller in which you play as Rick H. Johanson, a thief who tries to escape from the police after committing a robbery in a bank. The main action takes place in an abandoned cabin where he will soon find himself fighting against evil creatures and solving many puzzles to get back home.

“Since the birth of VR, we’ve been wanting to feel real fear and despair in a virtual reality experience, and now we have made it happen,” says Sergio Gardella, CEO at Bloompix Studios. “Samsung Gear VR is the optimal home for The Devil Awaits VR, and I am certain that after playing it, a sense of disheartenment won’t vanish from your nightmares”.

The Devil Awaits VR was released back in December and today is getting its first update. Controls have slightly changed and the performance of the game has been optimized to make it even more intuitive. Visuals were improved and extra dialogues were added too.

Features:
– Slowly paced movie-classic horror action
– Complex puzzle and enigma solving
– Mature intriguing script
– Exclusively available on Samsung Gear VR
– Supported controllers: Gear VR Controller and Touchpad

Additional information:

– Oculus Store: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/gear-vr/1471937396229449/
– Official website: https://www.thedevilawaitsvr.com
– Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloompixStudios
– Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BloompixStudios/

About Bloompix Studios
Bloompix Studios develop their own games and work for hire. This Spanish independent studio creates classic 3D games for PC, and specializes itself in Virtual Reality experiences for PC and mobile. In parallel, they train other developers the way to enhance their skills in the world of gaming. Bloompix Studios teach up to 10 students per year using the same software and techniques the studio regularly uses in their professional projects. Some hits developed by Bloompix Studios are House of Terror VR –over 5M downloads on Android–, Last War Hero VR, Space Defense VR, Sea Monsters VR, and the upcoming Zylo and the Magic Souls.

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