Carlos Coronado, author of the game Mind: Path to Thalamus that we interviewed at RovCast 12, has confirmed that he is already working on the Oculus Rift adaptation of his game, in addition to porting it to Unreal Engine 4.
Mind: Path to Thalamus is a first-person puzzle game that takes place in a fantastic and surreal environment, where we will have to make use of our ability to control the weather and the alternation between day and night to solve the riddles that prevent us from moving forward.
The message that Carlos has left on the Steam forums is very brief and does not give too many details, beyond that he is already working with his DK2 to adapt the game and that he is porting it to Unreal Engine 4, in addition to also preparing the version for Linux. We really want to try this game with Oculus Rift, as its leisurely exploration mechanics are very appropriate for virtual reality. In addition, Carlos told us in the interview that he was thinking of new methods to control the character more suitable for virtual reality and we are curious to see if he has been able to implement them in the game.
If you don’t have Mind: Path to Thalamus yet, now is a good opportunity to get hold of it, since it is included in the latest Humble Weekly Bundle in a pack with several more games, paying a minimum of $ 4.62 (just under 4 euros). In addition, as reported by Carlos from twitter, if we acquire the game in this bundle we will also get three wallpapers in ultra high definition, 24 pages of the game’s art book and its soundtrack.