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This article was published on September 14, 2016


Rick and Morty co-creator’s first VR game is an absurd adventure about… accountants?

Rick and Morty co-creator’s first VR game is an absurd adventure about… accountants?
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Last month, Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland announced that he’d opened Squanchtendo, a new VR game studio. The company has just announced its first title, which is oddly named Accounting.

Odd because, well, it looks nothing like a number crunching simulator. Here, take a look:

The title will see players don a VR headset in-game and explore surreal worlds while being guided by the voices of Roiland and his collaborator William Pugh of studio Crows Crows Crows, who crafted the excellent indie hit The Stanley Parable. There might be some math involved. That’s really all you can figure out from the trailer, but it certainly looks like it’ll be worth a shot.

Accounting will arrive on Steam for the HTC Vive VR headset this month, for free.