Spaceteam VR

Cooperative Innovations
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COMPATIBLE WITH

VIVE

VIVE Cosmos

VIVE Pro

Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift S / Quest + Link

Valve Index

Windows Mixed Reality

VIVE Cosmos Elite

GENRE

Casual

Sci-Fi

Social

Play Area

Seated

Standing

Input Method

VIVE Controllers

VIVE Tracker

Oculus Touch

Windows MR Controllers

VIVE Cosmos Controllers

Valve Index Controllers

Content Rating

10+

Release Date

Latest Update

Version

1.4706

Media Type

Game

Number of Players

Singleplayer

Multiplayer

Languages

Interface Audio Subtitles

English (United States)

System requirements

Available OS

Windows 7

Windows 10

Available OS Bit

64-bit

Processor

Intel i5-4590 / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X or greater

Memory

8 GB

DirectX Version

11

Disk Space

2 GB

Graphics

NVIDIA GTX 1060/AMD Radeon RX 480, alternatively NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD Radeon R9 290 or greater

Additional Notes

Developer information

Developer

Cooperative Innovations

Contact

info@coopinnovations.co.uk

Publisher

Contact

Description

A chaotic, cooperative party game! Shout technobabble at your friends until your spaceship inevitably explodes. Attempt to follow randomly generated, incorrectly assigned instructions. Work together… as a Spaceteam!

WORK TOGETHER AS A SPACETEAM
Assemble a team of up to six space cadets and work together communicating and completing increasingly complex instructions.

Your spaceship has a few... eccentricities, work with your Spaceteam in order to get as far through space as you can. The ship's computer uses an approach to language that we lovingly refer to as "technobabble" - sometimes it might not use actual words, requiring a healthy amount of interpretation and clear communication from your Spaceteam.

DON'T PANIC!
Even if this is your first space flight, it's ok, the ship will give you instructions, it's just that they might not apply to a control on the console in front of you. They might be for a control on a teammate's console so you will need to tell them, quickly, and probably loudly.

If your Spaceteam is able to complete enough instructions successfully in a sector you will progress to the next, each sector becomes increasingly difficult and as the ship becomes harder to control and eventually, inevitably, you will explode.

YOUR COMET INNOVATIONS TOOL KIT

Floating within arms reach to your right and left are your trusty tools which will, hopefully, help you to deal with the myriad of threats and anomalies that take place onboard the ship.

Repair Hammer – used to repair broken controls
Ray-Gun – used to shoot enemy invaders
Steri-Sponge 3000 – used to clean up the enemy invaders slime
Fire Extinguisher – used to extinguish the unavoidable fires
Airhorn – for use when instructed by the Ship

SPACE IS A DANGEROUS PLACE
Anomalies and aliens pop up when you least expect it, often adding to your workload and bringing your inexorable doom ever closer. Some that you may encounter include...

UFOs
Small flying saucers appear at the outer edges of the play area and shoot at player’s controls, setting them on fire. Player’s use their ray guns to shoot back!

SLIMES
Floating green alien monsters who spit goop onto player’s consoles, players need to wipe the goop up with the sponge and shoot the Slimes down with their ray guns.

ROBOT FRIENDS
The robots that live on the ship are friendly and try to be helpful. They are responsive to players – if you wave at them, they wave back, and don’t take kindly to being shot at. They play games with each other and explore the ship at their leisure during down-time.
There are three ways to play Spaceteam VR:

FULL VR MULTIPLAYER
Up to six players, connected to the internet, in any popular VR headset join in a cooperative game of trying to avoid their binding doom.

FACE TO FACE
Up to six players play locally with at least one VR headset and connected smart devices, this offers an experience much like the original Spaceteam game. In the VR game each mobile player is represented by a robot.

SINGLE PLAYER
If you don’t have any friends around or there's no one online you want to play with head to the Practice Mode and you and two of our trusty robots will form your Spaceteam.

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What's New

Build Notes – 4706 (8th September 2021) –  revision 7203

New Features
•	Looking For Group has now been added. This new feature will notify you when there are public games running if you are not in an online game yourself. This is enabled for all users by default in the main menu and can turned on/off via a button on the console in the main menu
•	The console has been revamped – we’ve reorganised the console and added some quality-of-life improvements to make it easier to find the game modes that you’re looking for
•	New ranks have been added to player tags

Bug Fixes
•	Fixed a bug where it was not possible to move sliders without grabbing them
•	Fixed a bug where debris didn't launch in the intended direction
•	Fixed a bug where anomalies would instantly fail if replayed without starting a fresh game
•	Fixed a bug where it was possible to interact with the pause menu when the report menu was open
•	Fixed a bug where it was possible to get someone else’s haptics in your controller

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