Another Kickstarter campaign that has decided to publish a demo a few days before it ends, although it is planned to publish another more extensive one later. The creators of Albino Lullaby see their goal very close (they are missing about $ 7,000) and want to give an extra incentive to try this very curious game based on Unreal Engine 4. The campaign concludes next Sunday.
We can download the demo at this link, and it is compatible with Oculus Rift and monitor. The menus don’t look right, and at first we get the feeling that the headtracking doesn’t work, but it’s because of a cinematic scene with a fixed camera that they haven’t adapted yet to be able to look around. We have also not found a key to center the absolute positioning, so depending on how we have the camera we can find that we walk flush with the ground.
As announced on the Kickstarter page, those who support the campaign (the game costs $ 10) will receive another demo, about 40 minutes long, which we hope will be completely adapted, including the menus and the initial cinematic sequence.