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Windlands looks like one of the more unique indie games I've seen recently, and the idea of bouncing around with a grappling hook sounds fun.

About the game (Official)
Soar through the ruins of a fallen civilisation and discover the secrets of the ancient world. Windlands has been developed primarily for Virtual Reality headsets, but is also a great experience for those without headsets.

It appeals to those who want to explore the breathtaking vistas at a relaxing pace, while the challenging routes attract gamers who like to master the skill of soaring through the towering environments at top speed.

Looks like the developers are going for the VR experience, this is one thing that would make me mildly interested in trying out in the HTC Vive. I think it might make me throw up though, but then that could be hilarious on camera I guess.

It's in Early Access, so it won't be fully polished up yet.

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Keyrock 10 Jan, 2016
Looks interesting. I'm not sure I'm sold on the pseudo-N64 graphics, but I can get over that. As with an early access game, I'm not touching it until it's finished, but I'll definitely keep it in mind.
neowiz73 10 Jan, 2016
my mind went strait to "spider-man ... spider-man... does whatever spider-man does".

Last edited by neowiz73 on 10 January 2016 at 11:03 pm UTC
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