FINCH's new virtual reality game 'Kraken' available on Steam store's Christmas sale

Kraken.jpgFINCH's first-person (sea monster) VR player KRAKEN is now on sale on the Steam store for a great Christmas present price at $9.99.

With previous experience building Virtual Reality experiences with clients such as The Australian Defence Force, FINCH has now expanded into VR with a dedicated team of game developers, capable and passionate about developing innovative and exciting in-house products.

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Says Ben Bray, project leader and creative developer, FINCH: "KRAKEN was a unique project for us. Having the opportunity and resources to build something purely because we thought it was cool, was an incredibly rewarding process. The game was built completely in-house by our VR team, made up of 5 gamers. We're excited to see what people think of it."

KRAKEN has you play as a disgruntled mythical beast woken up from his deep sea slumber by warring nations above. Unique in its non 1:1 scale, you can control this legend of historic proportions and use your powerful tentacles to wreak havoc on the seven seas at a colossal scale.

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