Floor Plan developer Turbo Button has released a new game called Along Together, which is a VR puzzle-platformer. Unlike Floor Plan this isn’t currently available on the Windows Store, but the SteamVR version does have official Windows Mixed Reality support. Along Together is available to download from Steam and is normally priced at £15.49 (UK) / €16.79 (EU) / $19.99 (US), but has a 25% launch discount so currently only costs £11.62 (UK) / €12.59 (EU) / $14.99 (US) until June 5th.

You can watch a trailer for Along Together above and read more info about the game in the following factsheet:

 

Along Together

Description

In Along Together, you are a kid’s imaginary friend: their invisible companion when there’s no one else around and their guardian when things get dangerous. When their dog, Rishu, goes missing, they turn to you for help. Guide your kid to explore extraordinary worlds, and work together to discover hidden secrets. Harness the power of imagination to lift trees, move boulders, power incredible machines, and create new paths where there are none to follow. Find Rishu, and bring him home!

History

Along Together is the third full title from Turbo Button, and our biggest game to date. It’s part point-and-click adventure and part puzzle-platformer – our inspirations range from from Zack and Wiki to Monument Valley to Calvin and Hobbes. Although you control the kid in addition to having your own actions, many of the scenarios were designed as if it were a co-op game. Along Together was initially released exclusively on Daydream, but is now available for all major VR platforms.

Features

  • 3+ hours of puzzle-platforming gameplay across over a dozen levels
  • Hidden treasures and secrets to discover
  • Beautifully-rendered environments filled with color and charm
  • Crafted from the ground up for VR
  • 3D audio with a full-length original soundtrack
  • PlayStation®VR version supports native 120hz mode and comes with free copy of “Pooch Scooch” dynamic theme
  • Support for high-performance 72hz mode on Oculus Go
  • WorldSense support on Daydream

 

About Turbo Button

Turbo Button is an independent game studio in Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2015, we make highly polished VR games that are accessible, comfortable, and most of all fun! We design and code for VR from the ground up with each project to take full advantage of it. We strive to respect the time and attention of our players by creating games that are worthwhile and memorable, and never lose sight of the passion that led us to do this in the first place.

 

 

Are you interested in Along Together? Have you bought the game already and if so do you like it? Let us know in the comments below, or create a discussion in our (PC) Windows Mixed Reality VR Games forum. You can also write your own review of the game in our (PC) Windows Mixed Reality VR Game Reviews forum.

 

System Requirements

Minimum

Processor: Intel i5-4590 or greater
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 1050 or greater
DirectX: Not specified
Storage: 12 GB available space

Recommended

Processor: Not specified
Memory: Not specified
Graphics: Not specified
DirectX: Not specified
Storage: 12 GB available space

 

Screenshots

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Source: Along Together's Steam page