Changingday’s debut game.
The next VR game from Changingday is specifically made for autistic players, and can allow users to “play at their very own pace” while “[supporting] them through everyday experiences”.
Blinnk and the Vacuum of Space begins on the initial day of one’s new job at Norp Corp. However, your brand-new boss, a particular Mister Norp, is really a hungry chap, with only 1 demand. You need to bring him “the best sandwich in the galaxy”.
This might all sound easy enough, After all how hard can bread and filling be? Well, as it happens it’s rather a lot harder than you might expect, particularly when robot companion Blinnk is involved.
Without meaning to, Blinnk releases the “mischievous Groobs” in to the world. Now it’s your task to greatly help your little bot pal look for these Groobs before they are able to wreak havoc on Norp Corp’s space station (Norpopolis), and obtain all of them sucked up with the Vacuumizer 5000.
Blinnk and the Vacuum of Space may be the first game from Changingday. The business was started by Alison and Nick Lang, who’ve an autistic daughter.
”You can find hardly any games created for autistic people yet we realize that autistic people play more video gaming than neurotypical people,” states Alison. “The immersive quality of VR specifically puts them in charge of the digital world around them, permitting them to play as themselves, at their very own pace. The support and confidence thus giving might help them to deal better in real life.”
Alison and Nick been employed by with autistic people “at every stage of development” to make sure Blinnk and the Vacuum of Space meets expectations.
”As parents of an autistic child, we try to develop a game that autistic people will love playing and that will assist them within their everyday lives,” Alison explained.
Blinnk and the Vacuum of Space will undoubtedly be arriving at SteamVR and MetaQuest in 2022.