Accounting VR Stuck A Bomb On My Hand | Comedic HTC Vive Adventure Game By Squanchtendo
Accounting VR was released by Squanchtendo a few days ago and we got the chance to play it. You take the role of a newly hired account who get stuck in virtual reality after being convinced to put on a pair of VR goggles. The game takes you to multiple worlds where you meet a bunch of wacky character, many voiced by Justin Roliand himself. If you’re a fan of Rick and Morty you’d really appreciate the similar humor found in this game.
Squanchtendo is a VR game studio by Tayna Watcon & Rick and Morty’s Co-Creator Justin Roiland’s. Accounting is Squanchtendo’s first VR game and one of the FUNNIEST VR game available right now. We see great Squanchtendo VR games in the future, don’t you agree?
Along with Squanchtendo the developers at Crows Crows Crows also helped create this game. If you haven’t heard of Crows Crows Crows chances are you’ve heard of The Stanley Parable. Crows Crow Crows is a brand new studio directed by William Pugh, designer of The Stanley Parable. If you like the comedic game play of the Stanley Parable you’ll love the humor found in Accounting VR, a fully fleshed out Comedic HTC Vive Adventure Game.
About Squanchtendo’s Accounting
Content warning: cartoon violence, gore, suicide, tax work.
Numbers. What do they mean?
The modern field of Accountancy is a serious and honorable profession. Many human beings have spent their lives toiling over the hard science of numbers. Thousands have died so that we may get to the level of understanding that we have today. Thousands have died. However, as Accountants and Numbersmiths embraced the abacus and the calculator, today we must embrace the latest technological advancement.
In early 2016, three highly qualified Accountants came together to see what potential economic savings and visualisations could be achieved with The HTC Vive. These Accountants were quickly and discreetly discarded to be replaced by award-winning game studio Crows Crows Crows and the newly announced VR studio Squanchtendo, to create the ultimate electronic number-crunching program.
Let’s get one thing straight: Accountancy is a mature profession and is not for children.