Looking for a VR photography sim filled with supernatural animals? Isle of Pan might be for you.
Developer Dog0’s launching game, Isle of Pan, is a surreal photography experience set on a strange Nordic island. Pointing out Pokémon Snap’s creature photography, Myst and “the high strangeness of a David Lynch motion picture” as motivations, here’s the full overview supplied by the Steam page:
File your exploration of a strange Nordic island in this open world photography adventure. Directed by your compendium, find and take photos of the unusual inhabitants to unlock pages and discover more about them. On your journey you’ll stumble upon pocket portals hidden across the island. Open them to be carried to dreamlike experiences filled with a lot more animals. Take your time and welcome your creativity on a creative journey through mythological realities.
From seagulls to banshees, Island of Pan declares there’s over 100 creatures to picture, each split between “12 pocket portals to find and check out.” New electronic camera skins are unlocked as you advance, along with environment choices like developing rainbows and changing the time of day. Flatscreen play is likewise supported, which can be swapped between very first and third-person cams.
Isle of Pan arrives today for PC VR via Steam, and a totally free demo’s readily available now.