VR indie game Throw Anything launches on Sidequest

Throw Anything

The VR title Throw Anything is available now on Sidequest VR.

Korean independent studio Visual Lights announced the release today. The game was previously released on PC via Steam and PS4 via PlayStation Store. Throw Anything is a VR title where the enigmatic character “Scientist X” has chosen to play God, performing secret, prohibited experiments in remote facilities throughout the world.

Guns, zombies and brains

In Throw Anything, there is nowhere to go and hide as zombies climb the walls in search of brains. To survive in this indie VR game, you must reload your firearms, demolish all the furniture in the area, and fight zombies by hurling anything and everything at them.

In Visual Light’s game, you may interact with practically everything around you, and you must choose whether to break down anything too large in order to toss any to anything within reach, even humans.

There are up to six difficult levels that are going to be overtaken by zombie hordes, and you must defeat them all. But that’s not all; you’ll have to fight and defeat five mini-bosses and six powerful main bosses who will make your life difficult.

Don’t worry, though. Defeating zombies rewards you with powerful weapons. And if defeating zombie hordes proves too difficult, you can choose the difficulty level that best suits you.

Throw Anything is available now on PlayStation 4, Steam, Oculus Rift, Viveport, and Sidequest for $16.99. The Korean developers, Visual Light, have been working on the Switch version, which is set to launch in the fourth quarter of 2022.

You may now play both the demo and paid versions on the Sidequest VR.

Watch Throw Anything trailer here on Game Freaks 365.

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