Humankind has faced earthquakes, volcanoes, floods and hurricanes—but the most dangerous natural disaster is a weather phenomenon known as the "Tornuffalo." Get ready to dodge, block and hit in this room-scale VR game.
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Release Date: Dec 12, 2016

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April 11

"Tornuffalo - Full-Body Action with Vive Trackers" update

Today the Full-Body version of Tornuffalo is accessible through the Steam DLC interface. It's free to owners of Tornuffalo.
(The Steam page for the DLC also has a video about attaching a Tracker to your shoe.)

After downloading Tornuffalo and the full-body DLC, choose whether you want to play the game normally or with Vive Trackers when you launch the game.

It's designed for 3 Vive Trackers. You can play it with just 2 but it wasn't optimized for that, so the body effect isn't as good. (Keep in mind that "Vive Trackers" are different than controllers, so you need at minimum a headset and two controllers and two feet trackers to play the full-body version.)

The gameplay of the full-body version is different than the regular version. In the full-body version you get to use both of your hands and feet to kick and hit stuff. In the regular version of Tornuffalo, you only use one hand.

I recommend that beginners play the "Big Hammer" bonus mode first.

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April 6

Play Tornuffalo with your whole body if you have 3 Vive Trackers!

The "Full-Body Action" version of Tornuffalo is available to try out. You need 3 Vive trackers to make it work: Clip one Vive tracker onto your belt on your back, and strap the other two tightly onto your feet using your shoelaces.

UPDATE: You can now try the beta with only 2 Vive Trackers, one on each foot... but it's sort of a hack, it wasn't really designed for just two trackers.

The body isn't perfect, but I think it's pretty good considering the limitations.

It's in a beta branch right now. After the game is installed, right-click on "Tornuffalo" in the games list in your Steam Library, then go to the "Betas" tab and choose "fullbody." I'm planning to soon make this version accessible through Steam's DLC system--free to owners of the game.
Body tracking is available now through the "Full-Body Action with Vive Trackers" DLC!

Also, I highly recommend playing it with the "Big Hammer" bonus mode if you're just getting started with the game.

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About This Game

Humankind has faced earthquakes, volcanoes, floods and hurricanes—but the most dangerous natural disaster is a weather phenomenon known as the "Tornuffalo."

A "Tornuffalo" is formed when a layer of warm, moist air meets a layer of cold, dry air which meets a herd of angry buffalo.

Note: A true meteorozoologist would explain that "buffalo" is an informal term that, in this case, refers to American bison.

Dodge fire hydrants, vans and even bison in this room-scale VR game. Hit gems to score points. Make sure to have ample space, and play with the "chaperone grid" on so you don't run into a wall!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-4590
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 750 MB available space
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