One Hamsa’s Racket: Nx already provided an intense sports workout inside a giant, spherical squash arena, either by yourself or with a mate. Today, Racket: Nx greatly expands its content offering by allowing players to create their own arenas with the new Level Builder.
The Level Editor is its own separate environment where you can build Racket: Nx’s waves of shot challenges however you wish. The full selection of hexagonal tiles are available, so you can have walls filled with health and points titles for maximum scoring potential or turn up the difficultly by popping in a few skull titles to remove energy and knock players out quickly. Plus there are a few border options to add a little style to the proceedings.
This is really easy to do so. One Hamsa has essentially created a painting tool for the titles, select one and start drawing were you’d like them to go. You can then add in powerups to each wave and just go nuts, add 30 waves if you’re so inclined!
Once you’ve built your level go ahead and publish it for everyone else to try. If the community likes it they can vote, giving levels a chance to feature in future monthly challenges. Likewise, you can use the new content browser section to look for other player build levels, with the ability to search for specific or random creations.
The videogame is a futuristic twist on indoor racket games like Squash, putting you inside a giant glass dome with loads of illuminated tiles. Whether you’re playing solo, multiplayer or co-op the goal is to get through each wave as fast as possible, clearing the score tiles with a lively ball you can hit in any direction. Needless to say, you need to clear some room when you play Racket: Nx as it can get competitive real fast.
Racket: Nx is available for Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Valve Index and Windows Mixed Reality headsets, with the Level Builder available as a free update. If you’ve not tried the energetic title out there’s a free demo currently available on Steam. For further updates on Racket: Nx, keep reading VRFocus.
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