The 2018 asymmetric cooperative VR game Carly and the Reaperman has finally arrived on the Oculus Store, which means that all Oculus Quest owners can finally experience its unique blend of platforming and puzzle-solving.
Developed and published by Odd Raven Studios, Carly and the Reaperman takes place in the Underworld, where our protagonists, a young girl named Carly and her bony companion, the Reaperman, must cooperate to complete over 50 levels of platforming fun.
The game has a single-player mode, allowing you to control both characters by yourself, but it’s best enjoyed with a friend in a local co-op mode. According to its developers, completing all levels should take over 10 hours, which is a nice dose of fun for a game that costs $19.99.
The Oculus Quest version of Carly and the Reaperman was developed in cooperation with Resolution Games, a Sweden-based studio focused on creating VR and AR immersive experiences.
“At Resolution Games, we are always listening to the community and noticed a lack of cooperative games for Quest,” said Tommy Palm, CEO of Resolution Games in a statement. “So being able to work with Odd Raven Studios to publish Carly and the Reaperman for Quest platforms is a positive step for the VR community and speaks to the expanding market the industry caters to.”
The version published by Resolution Games supports Oculus Quest/Quest 2 headsets, and it can be played on two Oculus Quests or on one Quest and one computer.
Resolution Games will soon release its own VR title, a turned dungeon crawler Demeo, which will let up to four players assume the role of an eagle-eyed hunter, mystical sorcerer, deadly assassin, or protective guardian, according to the games official description.