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Crazy VR game ‘Throw Anything’ has launched on Vive/SteamVR

Quick! Throw something — Throw Anything!

Zombies can be a pain in the ass — always with the “brains, brains.” They are even trickier if you are trapped on the top floor of a building with no way out. Think outside the box to create more debris/weaponry in your room to defend yourself; smash a printer, break a window anything to hurl at these mind munching crawlies. Zombies keep coming up the building and your only hope is to knock them down.

They are climbing the walls. They are coming after you. Quick! Throw something — THROW ANYTHING!

Throw Anything is available now on Vive/SteamVR. Check the official press release and a trailer below:

The hilarious, flat-shaded VR game THROW ANYTHING is launched February 28th on HTC Vive/SteamVR. Check out the trailer below.

DEVELOPER QUOTE
Kaleb Jung (CEO, VisualLight):

“Throw Anything is not for the faint of heart. Action tower defense takes on a whole new meaning in VR! Suddenly, the threat is right in front of you – and you need to be quick on your feet to avoid getting your face eaten. There’s nothing more satisfying than seeing someone fully immersed in the game … frantically doing their best against overwhelming odds. At VisualLight, we live for those moments!”

KEY FEATURES
* Throw any object within reach (humans included).
* Take on 5 challenging stages about to be overrun by the zombie horde.
* Defeat 4 mid bosses and 5 powerful “main” bosses!
* Collect additional loot to survive the onslaught.
* Enjoy laying waste to fully destructible environments.

PRICING & AVAILABILITY
Throw Anything is now available on HTC Vive/SteamVR as an Early Access title for $16.99. PSVR and Oculus Rift releases are due later this year.

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