Announced a while ago, the team over at Supermassive Games have been working on a VR variant to Until Dawn that seeks to be an on-rail shooter, Rush of Blood. On top of this, the team have decided to create another follow up to a previous game in a new PlayStation VR game that focuses on puzzles titled Tumble VR. Based on the original Tumble for the PlayStation Move.

Following the similar premise to the original Tumble, the game will be tweaked for a more accessible and enjoyable play with the use of the PlayStation VR:

Best described as an accessible, fun, engaging and immersive puzzle game, when you pull the PlayStation VR headset on we place you in an arena that will test your physical dexterity and mental skills. Working your way through a gauntlet of tests from simply building a tower, to creating bridges, to working out fiendish puzzles, to blowing up enormous towers of blocks, Tumble VR will push your skills and brainpower to the limit.

Taking the original, much loved, PlayStation 3 game and rebuilding it from the ground up for PlayStation VR, with a brand new visual style, a load of new levels and some great new modes.

Alongside the new levels and visuals for Tumble VR, we have added new co-operative and competitive modes, using the PlayStation VR Social Screen feature that allows a second player to play together with the VR player in a social VR experience.

So there you have it, an exclusive PlayStation VR experience that looks like it’ll tear a few hairs out as you play a game of Jenga. At the very least, it’s good to see a slow build up for software support on the PlayStation VR.

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