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A FAST ARCADE-STYLE INFINITE RUNNER MADE FOR VR

SPRINT, JUMP, WALL GRIND, AND TEST YOUR LIMITS

 
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Catch rings and chase a high score, racing against a gauntlet of deadly hazards.

Groove and sprint through the music reactive environment.

Fall into a state of flow so deep you won’t even realize how many squats you’ve done.

Become an avatar of speed, build a ludicrous booty. 


LUDICROUS SPEED GAME FEATURES

 

MOVEMENT DESIGNED TO FEEL GOOD

Ludicrous Speed is made for VR.

UNMATCHED SPEED AND AGILITY

Push your speed to the limit and chase a high score, or go at your own pace. Locomotion controls let you decide how to play.

MUSIC-DRIVEN EXPERIENCE

Watch as the world pulsates to whatever you are listening to, from the catchy in-game music to your own soundtrack.

ENDLESS PLAY AND CHALLENGE

Propel yourself through an infinitely generated track that increases in difficulty. Keep going for as long you can survive.

SEVEN UNIQUE NEON WORLDS

Collect points to unlock new worlds, each with its own set of hazards- moving pillars, hoops, rings, and more.

 

Now in Steam Early Access

More exciting features to come! Join Early Access to play the game first, follow along with the latest development updates, and review the game.

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IN THE PRESS

 
 
 

New Releases: This Week In VR Fitness Games

“This is a first-person infinite runner VR game where players will pump their arms to run along an endless obstacle course. The running, jumping, and wall-grind effects of Ludicrous Speed (Is this a Space Balls reference?) remind me of parkour…”

 
 
 

Running At Ludicrous Speed On Steam Early Access

“The idea of running at extremely high speeds to collect golden rings might sound suspiciously familiar, but this virtual reality (VR) endless runner is not quite what it initially sounds like. Instead, it is an intense, trippy journey that reacts to the music you have playing…”

 
 
 

Ludicrous Speed Review: Can I go faster?

“If you tell someone that you went out for a jog and as the buildings around you were pulsing to the beat of the music and the sky changed colors and you had to avoid circular saws, spiky pillars and lasers. All the while picking up rings and trying not to lose any of your hearts, people might think you are on drugs…”