PSVR’s Weirdest Game ‘Accounting+’ Now Available on Vive & Rift with New Levels

And a delightfully bizarre launch video too

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Squanch Games, the studio founded by Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland, and Crows Crows Crows today released Accounting+ (2017) on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Launched first on PSVR back in late 2017, the game also got a big content update that brings new levels to all supported platforms.

Update (October 18th, 2018): Accounting+ is now live on Steam (Vive, Rift). Fair warning from the creators: “Accounting+ includes: Sexual Themes, Violence, Crude Humor, Strong Language, Blood, and Drug References!!”

The studios also put out a five-minute ‘Director’s Cut’ launch day announcement which lets you see the gritty aftermath of the death of Harold Jenkins, the wacky little guy who made an appearance in the pre-order announcement – linked above and in the article below.

Original Article (September 21st, 2018): In short, Accounting+ is madness incarnate, featuring the sort of offbeat characters you’d expect to leak out of the Justin Roiland’s addled brain. You’re coerced into joining a gang, stabbing and killing “The King of VR”, and many other wacky experiences that make you question what you’re doing with your life.

First released as a free game on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, dubbed simply Accounting (2016), the deliciously bizarre fever dream of a game expanded with a few news levels, launching as Accounting+ exclusively on PSVR.

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Accounting+ includes a host of crazy characters voiced by Justin Roiland, Reggie Watts, Rich Fulcher (The Mighty Boosh), Cassie Steele (Degrassi: The Next Generation), and Arin Hanson (Game Grumps) to name a few.

After a recent content update, which included a new water park level, the developers said Accounting+ has grown to double the size of the original Accounting. The next update is said to triple the size of the game, with at least a space level coming in tow.

The studios haven’t released word on exactly when Accounting+ will launch, although they say “very soon” (see update). In the meantime, you can follow along by adding it your Steam wishlist.

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  • jj

    I was skeptical at first, but 3X the size of the game sounds pretty good. It’s certainly not the best game, but its pretty funny entertainment with some trippy game play aspects

  • Jack Liddon

    Another one of those games you drop on people that have never tried VR before. They come out of it changed…

    • impurekind

      Get the f**k out of here! This my world! This my happy tree world! Who are you? Who the f**k are you to come in here and . . . Get outta here! F**k you!

      LOL

  • gothicvillas

    Very good news indeed

  • PJ

    Throw this a VR non believing friends head and watch him order a HMD.

    A silly game that’s shows what’s possible in VR, this just couldn’t work in flat gaming

  • david vincent

    I dream of a more ambitious Rick & Morty game, a real adventure game where you explore the multiverse and talk to weird people and do weird things.

  • Martijn Valk

    Definitely one of the more strange trailers.. But in perfect fit with the original game, which was brilliant by the way. Just bought Accounting+ and will try it out now!

    • kuhpunkt

      Knock knock.

      • Martijn Valk

        Who’s there?

        • kuhpunkt

          MORE LEVELS ON ALL THE SYSTEMS!!!

  • Martijn Valk

    Okay just tried the first levels and I’ll tell you, if you like the original Accounting, you will also like this, don’t worry :) What also goes for the original game: if you’re a gamer which likes to boost through games as fast as possible, this is not for you. The game is at its best when you take the time to look around and mess with stuff.

  • Jamal

    How long is the game? For $10 I hope it’s at least 1 hour long.