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Ricky and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality blazing to 20/4

20/4 to the max, dudes!!!

April 20th is a day to get a little wacky, a bit goofy, to mellow out and trip to another world - because it's when Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality [official site] will come out. Finally I understand why the Internet is always saying "20/4 blaze it to the max, duuudes." I've no idea how Internetnauts have known about this for so long, as the date was only announced yesterday, but hey ho. Made by Job Simulator developers Owlchemy Labs, Virtual Rick-ality is another kooky messing-with-stuff game, this time making cybergoggles see inside mega-ace cartoon Rick and Morty.

There you are, jacking in with your cybergoggs to become a clone of Morty. Exploring the Smith residence and Rick's garage lab, you'll get to dick about with stuff, help Rick with experiments, journey through portals to other worlds, solve puzzles, and generally lark about.

Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland has dabbled in VR himself with his company Squanchtendo, releasing Accounting with Crows Crows Crows for free on goggs.

Virtual Rick-ality is coming to Vive and Rift goggs with motion controllers on April 20th. At what precise time will it be released on 20/4? I don't know. Steam usually does 6pm.

It has a Plumbus:

But does it have Roy: A Life Well Lived?

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