Twistex brings blended actuality puzzles to Quest subsequent month, with a SteamVR model not far behind.
Developed by Center Man Video games, Twistex is a falling block puzzler the place you rotate a cylindrical grid to fill it with shapes. That includes two modes at launch, ‘Ring Drop’ sees you filling an entire ring with blocks to clear it. In the event that they attain the highest, that is sport over. ‘Shade Drop’ is a slower-paced mode that includes connecting eight or extra matching colours to clear that group.
Each choices function 24 ranges, an infinite mode, and three problem settings, with scores shared throughout on-line leaderboards. On Meta Quest, Twistex helps passthrough for blended actuality gameplay and Center Man states coloured objects are affected by real-time lighting.
On SteamVR, Twistex consists of non-passthrough environments, which the developer confirms will later arrive on Quest. Additional post-launch plans embrace “extra sport sorts, modes and ranges.” As for different platforms, Center Man states these are “on the radar, however nothing is set but.”
Twistex arrives on Quest on September 14, and the SteamVR model follows in late 2023.