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Carly and the Reaperman - Escape from the Underworld

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Based on 4 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Oculus RiftJun 19, 2018
HTC ViveJun 19, 2018

Developer: Odd Raven Studios

Genres: Puzzle, Adventure

Unique couch co-op experience in (and outside) VR Master platforming to avoid dangers, solve puzzles and build your way through the Underworld in this cooperative multiplayer game. Player one play as Carly on the computer screen in a classic platforming game while player two helps out as the Reaperman in VR. Together you must find ways to escape the Underworld.
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Reviews

Carly and the Reaperman: Escape From the Underworld demonstrates without a shadow of a doubt that cooperative VR can create compelling and intriguing experiences.

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PlayStation Universe

Sebastian Hawden
8.5 / 10.0
PlayStation Universe

Carly and the Reaperman is a PSVR title like no other. It encourages co-operation in a way I have not experienced before in VR. If you have another person to play it with you will have a lot of fun. It's a great experience that will bring you closer together and test your communication skills. It's attractive, well designed and a few niggling issues aside, a great experience. Get out there and save some souls.

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Overall, it's nice to have another local multiplayer game for VR

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Carly and the Reaperman is commendable as it really tries and executes a unique idea almost flawlessly. PSVR's wire clutter might make it difficult for two players to comfortably play with proficiency, but when it does work, it works well.

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