Action-Puzzler Neonwall, which first launched as an Oculus and PSVR game in 2018 but later came to Nintendo Switch, now has a free update that turns into a Labo compatible VR experience. It’s the first-ever third-party title for the peripheral that’s been given the all-clear from Nintendo to feature VR support.
It’s a fact that developer and publisher JanuSoft proudly touted earlier today in a Tweet:
— JanduSoft – VideoGame publishing/porting/developer (@JanduSoft) January 16, 2020
While the update itself is a first, Neonwall isn’t quite the first-ever third-party Labo VR game — that distinction actually goes to Space and Wolf VR.
Neonwall is a puzzle challenge that throws different obstacles at players to test their skill, reflexes, and concentration. Players are tasked with guiding a pinball across different levels by aiming and shooting different blocks using a Joy-Con controller.
The game features three different game modes: Runner, Puzzle, and Time Trial, and there are over 50 levels to play.
You can check out Neonwall’s launch trailer below.