Who doesn’t love Steam? It’s hot, it’s breezy, it’s what keeps Ernest running. Ernest sure loves it. And for everybody who also does, we got good news today, as the Vive version of RoboTraps will finally be available over at Steam by today! Check it out here.
The updated version of RoboTraps for Oculus Rift is here! And it’s brought a plethora of improvements to the game, most prominently OCULUS TOUCH support. Now you’ll be able to either use the Oculus Remote, keyboard, mouse or conventional controller setup RoboTraps always had – or grab your Touch controller and use it as a remote to point at the levers and doors of Death Trap Incorporated. Dealing with lethal machinery has never felt more intuitive!
Also, we added a setting to reduce the office’s movement to a bare minimum as a service to all you motion sensitive folks – so you won’t look like Bob does here…
Check out the new and improved version of RoboTraps for Rift here.
Time for a special announcement! The long-awaited VIVE version for RoboTraps is now available. It features a completely new and improved control scheme based on the VIVE controllers, making them remotes. Handling deadly machinery has never been easier!
What do you know! We finally finished the trailer for the VIVE version of RoboTraps!
On the VIVE, you’ll be able to use your controller as a remote. Sit comfortably in your moving monorail office and control the lethal but high-quality products of your new employer, Death Trap Inc, to make sure your robot coworkers make it savely to the finish line. To check it, click the image or visit us over at Youtube.
RoboTraps is scheduled to become available for VIVE later this month (May 2017).
We here at Poltergames love our supporters. We love you, with all four chambers of our plasma-pumping hearts. Which is why today, we got something pretty for you: The free demo of RoboTraps!
So in case you are one of those people who still aren’t sure whether they should get the game, you can now just try out the first three levels of it before making your choice.
Hi there, everyone. Today’s the day we can announce something great! And that great thing is, RoboTraps has passed content review and is now available for the Oculus Rift!
The Rift version of RoboTraps features the same brilliant levels and contents as the Google Play Store version, but has much greater graphics, allows you to move freely in the office and of course still maintains the super-easy to learn control scheme. It works with all the usual Oculus controllers, and then some.
If you’re looking for a clever, fun new puzzle experience for your Rift, then look no further. Seriously. We gotta make a living, too.
In case you don’t own a Rift, make sure to check out the Android version. There’ll also be interesting news for all of you who’re still undecided, soon. Stay tuned!
Hi folks. We are currently adding finishing strokes to the Oculus Rift version of RoboTraps as well as to the free demo of the game for the Google Play Store. Stay tuned, as news about both of these are to come very soon.
The day has come – our new and improved RoboTraps trailer is finished! Words can’t describe its beauty, so see for yourself.
Hi there, folks! Long time no hear. Speaking of which, Michael finished the voice recordings for our new trailer a while ago, and now Fabian is in the midst of doing the cutting. Stay tuned! The trailer will feature juicy all-new footage from RoboTraps’ version for the Oculus Rift. Speaking of which (again), we’re currently fixing some leftover bugs for said version, and hope to be launching it to the Oculus store later this month. Hear! Hear!
Happy 2017, folks! Did you decide to change a few things this year? We here at Poltergames surely did – and we’re not talking about eating healthier or doing more sports, either. Instead, we are proud to announce that a free demo version of RoboTraps is in the works and will be released soon. It will feature only a fraction of the full game’s content and probably include a tiny dose of advertisement (those diamond swimming pools don’t grow on trees) – but if you just want to check out the game or see how it runs on your smartphone, it’ll be perfect.
Stay tuned for info on the Oculus Rift version, too.