Fantasy & unreal universe for a fun and spectacular strategy game. Miniaturized in a sick body use the field to create colonies, collect resources and make fixed defenses to protect the antibody. Disinfect all !!
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Jul 30, 2019

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Notice: Anticorps VR requires a controller in order to play. Playing with a keyboard and mouse isn't supported.
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August 1

Patch 2

- Correcting a problem with Oculus controllers triggers, the action is detected when the button is half-pressed.
- Modifying the VR equipment detection, it is now done automatically.

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July 31

Patch 1

Thank's for all the feedback.

- Correcting a problem with the Oculus controller grips, all grip controls are replaced by the B / Y buttons. (build menu will now work normally).

- Correcting a display problem when failing the boss of the artery mode.


Pour les Français, l'écran d'accueil est en Français, dans le hub du jeu ouvrez le menu avec le bouton menu du contrôleur gauche et changer la langue, le jeu sera en Français et vous n'aurai plus à faire cette manipulation.
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“Remember that movie Osmosis Jones? If you wanted to play that game in VR, then Anticorps is exactly what you need. Set inside infected patients’ bodies, you must destroy pathogens as you protect an antibody developing inside. The game mixes strategy with action, and there are 23 different enemies to battle as well as a giant boss. Nine game modes are currently offered at launch. Fitness Potential Anticorps blends slower strategy gameplay with direct combat. You have access to a hammer weapon for beating up enemies that draw near. The hammer is also used for deflecting projectiles that are thrown your way by the virus. For tougher encounters, a wand device can spray out a healing mist. We hope our immune systems aren’t actually this violent in real life.”
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About This Game

Anticorps is a strategy game, management, tower defense VR.

Humanity is threatened by a new type of infection, which does not kill people directly, but drives them crazy, the earth is plunged into chaos, faced with this threat of a new kind, no treatment, no medicine can stop the viruses, urgently the global health agency has developed a new technical to try to treat the sick.

The player is miniaturized in a medicine, swallowed by the patient, once the infected zone is found, the drug unfolds but the antibody is not yet active, it will be necessary to use the terrain created by the drug to create a colony, recover resources to build fixed defenses that will protect the antibody as it develops.

Features


  • Free movement : full directional movement systems like teleportation, touchpad control (both are enabled together, you can turn off touchpad if you wish) and climbing.

    • Procedural generation of the field.
    • Procedural generation of waves of enemies and paths taken.
    • Each Game is different.
    • Tutorial - 9 Games modes at launch.
    • 15 Buildings.
    • 7 Turrets.
    • 3 Weapons.
    • 23 enemies & more than 100 variants & Giants Boss
    • FR / ENG at launch.
    • Scoring / leaderbord

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: i5-4590 / AMD FX 8350
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1060 / AMD RX580
    • Storage: 1 GB available space

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