Signing A $1M Grant Can Be Very Tricky In VR

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Signing A $1M Grant Can Be Very Tricky In VR
May 6, 2018
All you need to do is sign the contract. How hard can it be?

 

The latest virtual reality (VR) title from developers Darkhouse and Blue Entropy Studios is now available and asks players to make a signature that is easier said than done. In Sign Here, players find their company has been given a grant of $1 million (USD) and the only thing left to do is sign the paperwork. Despite this easy task, players are able to have a really bad day at work.

 

Sign Here is a sandbox experience that describes itself as being silly. With a simple task to complete, players will encounter a number of challenges to overcome in order to make that signature happen. This includes finding a pen or pencil that actually works all the way to what seems to be the floor opening up around them. Everything that you could possibly think would go wrong when trying to sign paperwork will, and most likely already has, gone wrong in Sign Here.

Players will need to think carefully in this experience as the simple task of signing that paperwork will be tested beyond imagination. Keep the windows close, check ever area and make sure that there is always ink in the pen before trying to sign. Thanks to title requiring room-scale, players can expect to be looking all over for anything and everything that will help them get the job done.

 

Blue Entropy Studios have released a number of VR titles including Roomscale Coaster, an intense, fast paced videogame that challenges players to dodge and duck as they ride a fast rollercoaster. They also worked on a number of VR room escape titles such as The Cabin: VR Escape the Roomand The Ruins: VR Escape the Room along with Reaching for Petals: VR Edition, a poetic adventure about love, loss, and ambition.

With Sign Here the two studios have created a title that looks to offer players an engaging and silly experience that is sure to offer plenty of enjoyment. From solving silly puzzles and discovering wacky and strange ways to sign the contract, Sign here is sure to keep surprising you.

Sign Here is available now on Steam with support for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. It is currently on sale for £1.88 (GBP) until the 10th May when the promotion ends and the price goes up to £2.09 (GBP).

All you need to do is sign the contract. How hard can it be?

 

The latest virtual reality (VR) title from developers Darkhouse and Blue Entropy Studios is now available and asks players to make a signature that is easier said than done. In Sign Here, players find their company has been given a grant of $1 million (USD) and the only thing left to do is sign the paper work. Despite this easy task, players are able to have a really bad day at work.

 

Sign Here is a sandbox experience that describes itself as being silly. With a simple task to complete, players will encounter a number of challenges to overcome in order to make that signature happen. This includes finding a pen or pencil that actually works all the way to what seems to be the floor opening up around them. Everything that you could possibly think would go wrong when trying to sign paperwork will, and most likely already has, gone wrong in Sign Here.

 

Players will need to think carefully in this experience as the simple task of signing that paperwork will be tested beyond imagination. Keep the windows close, check ever area and make sure that there is always ink in the pen before trying to sign. Thanks to title requiring room-scale, players can expect to be looking all over for anything and everything that will help them get the job done.

 

Blue Entropy Studios have released a number of VR titles including Roomscale Coaster, an intense, fast paced videogame that challenges players to dodge and duck as they ride a fast rollercoaster. They also worked on a number of VR room escape titles such as The Cabin: VR Escape the Roomand The Ruins: VR Escape the Room along with Reaching for Petals: VR Edition, a poetic adventure about love, loss, and ambition.

 

With Sign Here the two studios have created a title that looks to offer players an engaging and silly experience that is sure to offer plenty of enjoyment. From solving silly puzzles and discovering wacky and strange ways to sign the contract, Sign here is sure to keep surprising you.

 

Sign Here is available now on Steam with support for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. It is currently on sale for £1.88 (GBP) until the 10th May when the promotion ends and the price goes up to £2.09 (GBP).

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