Owlchemy Labs Announce Vacation Simulator At The Game Awards

Olive Hawkins
December 8, 2017

At The Game Awards today, Owlchemy Labs announced that it's developing a follow-up: Vacation Simulator. Why, take the whole thing on vacation, of course! The trailer showed off a beach setting, though as it is a Vacation simulator, we will probably see other locations.

Based on the first look at the game, it's much the same as Job Simulator. "After your job, you go on vacation", said Alex Schwartz, cofounder of Owlchemy, which was recently acquired by Google. It also opened to critical acclaim, and for good reason: It's a lot of fun to throw coffee cups at your boss, since you can't in real life.

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Job Simulator served as a launch title for several virtual reality headsets, including PlayStation VR and HTC Vive.

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