Gamedust, the indie team that created the Neverout and Spuds Unearthed, unveiled its latest work — Yupitergrad — adventure puzzle in the Soviet style, running on a PC VR is scheduled for the end of this year.
A sort of puzzle platformer, where you have to go through more than 50 levels with the suction cups released from your hands. In fact, it’s your hands, because you happen to be out of his hands. Why? Because you were a Soviet cosmonaut by the name of the Slavs Tarzan, who was sent to base Jupiter to test a new device, which of course went wrong.
So now you have to navigate through this space station, using suction cups and spatial accelerators, performing all sorts of crazy stunts to go all the way to the end. The mechanics of the grappling was chosen Gamedust to minimize motion sickness.
In this sense there are comedic overtones, and it certainly has a striking art style style cel shading (cel-shaded), similar to Lies Beneath, although not such a terrifying and terrible.
In the present Yupitergrad is scheduled to launch in Steam in the third quarter of 2020 for HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift. Version Quest for Oculus VR and PlayStation are expected in the future.