Crazy Machines VR lets you construct and solve physics-based Rube Goldberg-inspired contraptions, the sort of machines that accomplish a relatively simple task by way of a mind-boggling set of chain reactions: the anvil falls from the shelf, it hits the fridge, the door opens, an egg rolls out, drops into a frying pan, it tilts and hits the rocket’s launch button which then takes off and hits the all important cloning device.
FAKT Software is behind a franchise of Crazy Machines games, although this is their first in the series available to VR players.
According to FAKT, the game’s 40 levels have been designed and optimized specifically for VR. Divided into five chapters, all with different settings, the game comes with additional challenges to earn achievements—all with a grumpy support robot standing by to help you along the way.
Crazy Machines VR is now available on Steam for
$20 $16, including support for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows VR headsets. A PSVR version is said to release at a later date.