UK publisher and developer Coatsink has an eclectic portfolio. From side-scrolling strategy/resource management games to story-driven adventures, the studio has an enthusiasm for producing gaming experiences with unique mechanics and interesting design choices.
It’s turned into something of a philosophy, which has seen the team produce content for a diverse range of platforms, including contemporary consoles, PC, mobile, and virtual reality headsets.
The company is particularly passionate about VR, having now delivered six games since 2015 across Oculus, HTC, Sony, and Samsung headsets.
Coatsink’s interest in the technology and the team’s talent for innovating clever ideas hasn’t gone unnoticed. It’s earned them a partnership with Oculus and, more recently, a nomination for VR Game of the Year at this year’s VR Awards in London for their VR puzzler, Shadow Point.
Their successes in the VR space make Coatsink a studio that’s engaging with VR not just as a side project but…