DOUBLE FINE PRESENTS: GNOG LAUNCHES TODAY FOR PC AND MAC WITH HTC VIVE AND OCULUS RIFT SUPPORT
The Visually Stunning Tactile Puzzler is Now Available for All Major VR Platforms
Montreal — July 17, 2018 – Today, GNOG, the vivid, multicolored puzzle adventure game by KO_OP and published by Double Fine Presents, has arrived for PC and Mac with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift support, via Steam, Oculus Store, Itch.io, and GOG. To celebrate the puzzler’s release on all major VR platforms, KO_OP has unveiled a dazzling new trailer, delving deeper into the game’s universe of interconnected monster heads. Additionally, starting today, Double Fine Presents is offering a 10% discount for fans that purchase this week. For Steam, there was also be an additional 10% discount for owners of Broken Age.
GNOG is a 3D tactile puzzle game, a virtual toy filled with happy, colorful kaleidoscopic secrets. Players explore a series of worlds, each with stunningly vibrant visuals accompanied by entrancing beats from composer Marskye (Boyfriend Dungeon).
Each level takes place inside a uniquely charming and delightful monster head, waiting to be prodded, poked, grabbed, pulled, and flipped around to reveal all the stories and mysteries within. Fill your screen with the vivid world of GNOG on PC or Mac, or get some face-to-face time by immersing yourself in VR. Either way, get ready to turn some heads!
KO_OP is a unique, award-winning game studio focused on the creation of visually arresting avant-garde games. Inviting collaboration between artists, programmers, and designers from a multitude of backgrounds, KO_OP focuses on rapid prototyping and communal support to encourage exploration and experimentation in the medium.
About Double Fine Presents
Double Fine Productions is an independently owned, San Francisco-based game developer known for award-winning titles including Psychonauts, Brütal Legend, Broken Age, and Remastered editions of Grim Fandango, Day of the Tentacle, and Full Throttle. Since 2014 Double Fine has published artistic, creator driven titles from small teams under the label “Double Fine Presents.”