Craft magnificent blades and brew powerful concoctions for local adventurers.
Craft Keep VR is a simulation game developed by Arvydas Žemaitis and published by Excalibur Games. As the local blacksmith you’ll be trusted by hundreds of adventurers to provide them with powerful and reasonably priced swords. Do you want to craft magnificent blades and brew powerful concoctions for local adventurers? If the answer is yes – and why wouldn’t it be? – the position of local trainee Alchemist-blacksmith has just become available. With the cauldron you’ll need to mix a selection of herbs in order to create usable items like health potions or to charge up enchantment stones. Craft Keep makes use of the Valve HTC Vive’s motion controller capabilities and uses room scale.
Release Date: 21 April, 2017
Developer: Arvydas Žemaitis
Publisher: Excalibur Games
Genre: Adventure, Simulation, Strategy
Craft Keep VR
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 10
- Craft magnificent blades and brew powerful concoctions for local adventurers.
- The cauldron is a beautiful tool for every alchemist. You can create some pretty potent concoctions with this bad boy.
- Adventurers need someone to repair their blades so that they may return once more.
- Craft Keep makes use of the Valve HTC Vive’s motion controller capabilities and uses room scale.
Craft Keep VR Trailer
Craft Keep VR Review
Craft Keep is a lighthearted attempt at a medieval Job Simulator. It is a fun little virtual reality game. Punters arrive at your little stall and you must craft and create their orders. Wide variety of things to craft. You get paid gold and there is a demand for weapons to fight the big dragon you can see in the background. There is demand for pickaxes, arrows, specialty daggers, and all sorts of potions. It's got a bit of a learning curve but the tutorial covers things well. Finally, I will be able to fulfill my fantasy of being the guy that makes amazing gear for the adventurers who are saving the world! If you have a VIVE and want a good fun game to start out with, I would suggest you get this.