Helsinki, FINLAND: October 17th, Catland Ltd, a VR game studio based in Finland, released Taphouse VR, the best drunk dwarf bartending simulator on the planet to Steam Early Access. In Taphouse VR, the player gets to be the bartender in a fantasy tavern. You can make recipe drinks and pour ale for misbehaving drunk dwarves.
Commenting on the game, the Catland Ltd. CEO Tomi Toikka said, “Developing Taphouse VR has been quite the journey for us. Going to Early Access means we get to gather valuable community feedback and with the game being free, we get a large audience to build the game with.”
The initial launch of Taphouse VR features three taverns to work in and many different drinks to mix, pour and pummel around the counter. The crazy customers play games, get into bar fights and order outrageous amounts of alcohol. The game has two modes: Normal mode, where you bartend for a set time limit and get a rating based on how well you fare, and Sandbox – a free mode ideal for showcasing the game to your friends and family.
Taphouse VR on Steam supports the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift with Touch controllers. Later on, the game will also support Microsoft Mixed Reality headsets. The game requires motion controllers and room-scale setup to play.
The game can be downloaded from Steam free of charge.
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About Catland Ltd
Catland was founded in 2017 by games industry professionals. The company has four employees, and the offices are currently based in Helsinki, Finland. In May 2017, Catland joined Nordic VR Startups accelerator program to develop Taphouse VR further under the guidance of VR and games industry veterans. Learn more at https://www.catland.studio/.