Accounting in Virtual Reality

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A new virtual reality game takes players inside a nightmarish accounting office.

The game, called Accounting, comes from a company called Squanchtendo whose founders include animator Justin Roiland, who created the Adult Swim cartoon series Rick and Morty, and Tanya Watson of Epic Games, along with a game studio known as Crows Crows Crows. The game uses animation to show the antics at a bizarre accounting firm known as Smith & Smitherson.

The free game runs on the Steam gaming platform, which allows it to work on a PC, Mac or a mobile device. However, it does require a virtual headset, the HTC Vive, to play it.

You can watch the trailer below (warning: the language uses some profanity).

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