Realities.io’s Puzzled Places may be available as a sideloaded Oculus Quest app a year ago, but they’ve been getting a lot of attention lately. After becoming one of the launch titles for the Oculus App Lab, developers today announced that Puzzleling Places will launch PlayStation VR at the end of the year.
Most often billed as a 3D virtual reality (VR) puzzle game, this studio scans images of beautiful places around the world, transforms them into surreal miniatures, and reassembles them. In a recent post on the PlayStation Blog, Realities.io co-founder Daniel Spool said: Raising a great idea, you guessed it was to put the pieces back! ””
Gameplay works exactly like the puzzle works, displaying a mixed batch of pieces to reassemble, along with easy-to-use 2D images captured from different angles, to visualize the final 3D model. Useful for. In doing so, this miniature world will come back to life thanks to the immersive soundtrack, listening to the hustle and bustle of the city, and screaming seagulls on the beach.
AppLab’s current Oculus Quest release includes six puzzles, each with a set number of blocks, as there are 200 blocks in Gliwice’s Market Square (shown below). Realities.io plans to extend its gameplay capabilities during the development of the PlayStation VR version, allowing each puzzle to face multiple challenges, depending on the speed and duration of play. Puzzle Place will solve more puzzles when it is released.
Fans of Puzzling Places know in the long run that Realities.io is funding the project through Patreon and has access to a total of 38 jigsaw puzzle scans from 3D scans by creators around the world. Some of them may come to the PlayStation VR version, the studio may have new plans, and we have to wait.