This year marks the 10th anniversary of Titmouse Smash Party, where people line up to smash objects while inside of a cage.
For those who can’t join this crazy event in Los Angeles, now there is a digital experience in virtual reality.
Smash Party is a free interactive VR game, developed by Titmouse and Viacom NEXT for HTC Vive headset.
In Smash Party, players can break different items such as TVs, vases and toilet bowls that can be destroyed with uncommon results in front of a cheering crowd. The more property is damaged, the higher players climb up the leaderboard.
“We took the real life experience of smashing things with a baseball bat and made a Virtual Reality experience where you can smash things with a baseball bat,” said Chris Prynoski, in a written statement.
“I’ve created stuff like knife-wielding cats and fire vomiting demons in VR, but I haven’t yet destroyed them in VR. Now I finally can.”
Smash Party experience will be available for HTC Vive by the end of the year.