Revitalize a planet devastated by a catastrophe by solving a series of puzzles that will affect the climate, helping to restore the fauna.
Symphony of the Machine, a puzzle game developed by Stirfire Studios, has just been released with compatibility for PlayStation VR and HTC Vive. Immerse yourself in a post-apocalyptic world, which has suffered an unknown catastrophe, and try to revitalize the planet by influencing its climate thanks to a technology located in a mysterious tower. With the help of a robot that accompanies us and the motion controllers we will try to solve a series of puzzles that consist of guiding a light emanating from an ancestral device. The light can be redirected to symbols that will allow us to invoke elements, but only with the correct mixture of water, sun, wind and other effects will the planet be able to resurface again. As we manipulate the climate, we will see how the plants of the landscape that we have around us grow.
The title has a story mode, in which we will learn what has happened to the world and how we can correct it, and a sandbox mode, in which we will have the freedom to build and expand the experience. “Symphony of the Machine offers a relaxing environment to encourage research, creativity and experimentation,” he says Vee Pendergrast, director of Stirfire Studios.
Symphony of the Machine is available in Spanish for € 23.99 on PlayStation Store and for Vive users we find it on Steam for € 15.99, but from May 1 its price will become € 19.99.