Step into the midst of a zombie apocalypse as if you were really there, and bash, slash and explode your way through hordes of undead close enough to touch. Arizona Sunshine has you battle for survival across a blistering hot, post-apocalyptic Arizona. Brought (back) to life with Steam VR on HTC Vive.
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September 22

Underground

Do we really have to go into a dark mine full of zombies?

Well...yes, but there is a plus side. It isn't so damn hot underground.



The Ol' Dutchman Mine complex is a tourist destination offering the once peaceful residents of Arizona a chance to delve into their past.

Each shadow, crevice, and tunnel opening is a potential threat. Changing tactics may be a good idea. There's not much room to move in a tunnel, making them a natural choke point, an easy zombie kill zone. It's also a good reason not run blindly around corners yourself.

The mine is not all one tunnel though. There are larger spaces with more room to move and branching tunnels, so you may have to improvise your tactics a bit.



We are pumped for some of you to try the game early in the closed beta. Be sure to sign up for a chance at the beta at www.arizona-sunshine.com.

In two weeks, we will announce the official details on how participants will be selected and when the closed beta will occur.

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September 15

Environments & Closed Beta

That's right, we are going to conduct a closed beta as we get closer to release. The participants will be randomly selected from the subscribers to our newsletter. You can sign up at arizona-sunshine.com . We will be sharing more details over the next few weeks, so stay on the look out for further announcements about the closed beta.

We don't always post everything in the newsletter here, but given the response this newsletter has received, we thought we would share it. Enjoy!



This week we are sharing updated in-game environments. For instance, some of you may recognize similarities between the image above and the bridge scene in our first demo. In the scene above, the canyon bottom is now a river. Water effects, wind whipping through the brush, and dust sweeping the canyon floor will all be shown in VR.



Other environments offer a trip through the remnants of human society in the Arizona desert. Did they leave anything useful behind in these cars?

Are they unoccupied?



Artifacts of the zombies' more civilized roots are not limited to abandoned cars and camps. Buildings in which we used to work, sleep, and eat litter the path between you and finding the location of the mysterious radio broadcasts you keep hearing.

Clearing buildings presents a different challenge to fighting zombies in the open. On the one hand, cover is available. On the other hand, there are limited entrances and exits.

Can you use these to your advantage?

We hope so.

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About This Game

When you hear a flash of a human voice on the radio, your hopes and beliefs are confirmed - there are still survivors out in the blistering heat of the post apocalyptic Grand Canyon state! Arizona Sunshine poses a two-fold battle for survival in a VR zombie apocalypse in which players need to navigate both the hordes of zombies coming for their brains and the scorching heat in their desperate search for human contact.

Arizona Sunshine is a VR shooter built and optimized for room-scale VR from the ground up. Step into the midst of a zombie apocalypse as if you were really there, and defend yourself against enemies close enough to touch. A custom-built physical animation system makes striking your undead enemies more thrilling and satisfying than ever before.

  • Room-space VR. Step into the midst of a zombie attack as if you were really there and defend yourself against enemies close enough to touch. Arizona Sunshine is a shooter built and optimized for VR from the ground up.
  • Motion-controlled weapon handling. With HTC Vive's motion controllers in room-scale VR, handling, firing and reloading your guns never felt so realistic. Anticipate attacks, manage your ammo and consumables, and aim down the sights to blast your enemies to undead pieces.
  • Short and Sweet. The game is built in Bite-sized chunks that flow together to form the complete picture. Whether you want to jump in for a few minutes or stay in the virtual zombie apocalypse for the entire ride, we've got you covered.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD equivalent or greater
    • DirectX: Version 12
    • Storage: T.B.A GB available space
    • Additional Notes: VR Headset required, 2x USB 3.0 ports
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel Core i7 6700K equivalent or greater
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 980 / AMD equivalent or greater
    • DirectX: Version 12
    • Storage: T.B.A GB available space
    • Additional Notes: VR Headset required, 2x USB 3.0 ports
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