The virtual reality title Intruders: Hide and Seek wins the award for the best university project of the Fun & Serious 2016 festival awards held in Bilbao.
Tessera Studios, formed by U-tad students, won yesterday the award for the best university project thanks to their work Intruders: Hide and Seek, a first-person virtual reality game in which we will feel the agony of a child whose family is being kidnapped. The game is a thriller and horror adventure that uses the Unreal Engine, and is being developed for Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR. Below you can see the latest trailer that the studio has published:
We are happy to see virtual reality projects awarded in non-specific awards ceremonies of the medium, and more when they are works made in Spain, and is that last year it was Carlos Coronado with Mind: Path to Thalamus who won the prize for the best indie game, in these same awards of the F&S festival held in Bilbao.