Katamari Damacy's creator debuts Undertaking Tango-powered AR recreation

Katamari Damacy's creator debuts Project Tango-powered AR game

Funomena, the maniacal minds behind the cult console hit, Katamari Damacy, have unveiled their newest wacky work, an experimental open-world recreation powered by Google’s Tango AR system referred to as Woorld.

Katamari Damacy's creator debuts Project Tango-powered AR game

As with different AR setups, Woorld combines motion on the bodily aircraft with digital characters. Particularly, gamers will be capable of “discover, uncover, and create utilizing digital objects and creatures” that work together with the precise objects round them. What’s extra, gamers will have the ability to workforce up with one another to construct greater and higher objects, then share them with anybody wanting via a Woorld-enabled cellular gadget.

Particulars are nonetheless fairly skinny as to what the gameplay truly entails, however it seems cute and and seemingly gives the similar degree of intuitive gameplay that made Katamari really easy to get hooked on. Given how enjoyable KD was — and that simply concerned rolling an ever-rising pile of stuff — Woorld might nicely be one other winner.

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