Paint the Town with Kingspray Graffiti Simulator Next Month

    Earlier this month VRFocus reported on a reveal trailer for artistic title Kingspray Graffiti Simulator being launched. The HTC Vive videogame will allow players to use various spray can techniques to create their own designs in a series of different locations. The videogame is now listed on Steam, revealing further details and a launch date.

    Scheduled to launch on 14th June 2016, Kingspray Graffiti Simulator will have three locations to test your painting skills in, Back Alley, Train Yard and City Rooftop with more areas to be added later on.

    The experience will feature realistic spray and drip effects and a range of colour groups to choose from, players can even select their own with a colour pallet. There’ll be undo and redo features enabling fine tuning of designs. Day and night effects are also included to create the perfect ambiance for the artwork. As an extra addition, if you like painting to music a radio player is built in, enabling you to listen to streamed radio.

    The indie developers have also included: “a workshop for upcoming Paint Objects, for you to try out new features and new ways of expressing yourself in our virtual world. Kingspray is constantly evolving and updating, so we are always keen to see how crazy we can get, and what you all can do with the tools as they grow.”

    There’s currently no details on price, but keep reading VRFocus for the latest updates.

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