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.
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.