Penumbra: Black Plague HaptX Edition Launches

Posted: Jun 2 2008, 9:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:28am CDT, in News | Gaming

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The Novint Falcon controller now has a new HaptX video game to add to the line of Falcon enabled titles. The game is called Penumbra: Black Plague HaptX Edition. The game is the sequel to Penumbra: Overture and can be downloaded now from the Novint website for $29.95.

Gamers who missed the original Penumbra: Overture game can get it and Black Plague in a bundle for $39.95. Penumbra: Black Plague is a first person horror adventure game that picks up where the original game left off. Players use the falcon controller to push, pull, lift and throw objects in an interactive environment.

"Penumbra: Black Plague is an ideal title for the Falcon and HaptX(R) technology. Players can physically interact and experience the environment like never before and gameplay becomes more intuitive and more interactive," said Mats Lordin, CEO of Reachin Technologies.

Via Novint

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