The binomial virtual reality + terror is going to give a lot of itself, proof of this is the incessant drip of experiences that want to make our hair stand on end in our Oculus Rift. Perturbia adds to that list, and after getting the green light on Steam is now looking for funding on Kickstarter.
Disturbia is an interactive experience turned into a 3D horror adventure that will put players to the test. It has been designed with the idea of raising the difficulty bar compared to other first-person horror games, introducing the player to a story that could be classified as a psychological thriller. As a survival game, it will make things very difficult for the player, who must face a hostile environment with very few resources, being forced to solve logic-based puzzles.
Unlike other Moderna titles, Perturbia offers a difficult challenge to get. Playing as Josh, we will discover the darkest secrets of his mind, which will be lost in a unique and disturbing story that will test us in a terrifying yet demanding way. Its creators think that many players are still looking for those old-school games that required a lot of effort and even a lot of frustration to finish them, but in return they left us with a great feeling of satisfaction.
We can download a comic in Spanish that serves as an introduction to the story. A beta with three complete scenarios is also available. The characteristics of Perturbation are:
- English voices and optional subtitles in Spanish and German
- Old-fashioned puzzle design, challenging and entertaining. Various logic games and even a Reversi are included, in addition to a shooter-style mini-game
- Compatible with Oculus Rift
- Incredible graphic quality
- More than 12 hours of gameplay
- More than 35 different rooms to explore
- “Open house” mode: after finishing the story, we will have the free mode available to search for the secrets hidden in the game or replay the parts that we liked the most
The campaign concludes on March 26 and its goal is to raise $18,000. We can get the complete set for just $15 if we are fast enough and we get one of the early bird kits. Perturba will be finished in early 2016.