The video game maker has announced it will let gamers experience the super-powers of virtual reality using an Oculus Rift headset.
The company, Lavoro Education Services, said it will debut a game called Super Powers in virtual environments on November 23, 2019.
It will be available for pre-order for $49.99 and be released for free to users who already own an Oculus device.
“The game will offer players the ability to perform an incredible number of super-powered feats in virtual worlds, as well as the ability not only to capture these amazing and powerful feats, but also to create them,” Lavoros development team said in a press release.
“As a result, gamers will be able to explore and create their own worlds of incredible, imaginative worlds with a great deal of depth and richness.
This new game will also introduce new possibilities for VR storytelling, as gamers can utilize the game to take part in the narrative of their own lives, or to use it to create their stories, in a new and immersive way.”
Lavoros latest VR game, the first to hit the Oculus Rift platform, features three new abilities, which players can use to capture and use superpowers.
“Players will be given access to a new class of superpowers: Superpowers,” the company said.
“These superpowers are created by the player and are unlocked as they progress in the game.”
Players can tap on a character to create a power that will be used in the gameplay of the game.
Players can also “jump” up to six times to perform a super-power, which is a move where they jump up into the air and use the superpowers they have created.
The game also introduces the ability for players to “cancel out” a power they have already created by tapping on the “cancelling out” button.
Once the power is created, it can be tapped again to use in the next turn.
The company said it was inspired by Super Mario Brothers, the original Super Mario Bros. game.
Lavoro’s game was first announced back in January, and was announced alongside a new VR headset called LavoroSense VR.
The company also announced that its first VR headset, LOVO VR, will be released later this year for $79.99.