Static Lagoon is a technicolor escape from everyday life that employs the world's first cushioned entertainment system

Broken down into six chapters, solo developer Prashast Thapan’s indie virtual reality (VR) videogame Static Lagoon takes a sharp turn from the Infinadeck route, employing instead “the world’s first cushioned entertainment system,” Rest Box, a controller befit the modern day loafer.

Delve into deep levels of vibrant abstractions where fish swim in the sky to find the right ‘window of opportunity,’ a portal sends players to either the next level (if picked correctly) or the previous one (if picked incorrectly). Players are forced to either take a leap of faith, or stay stuck in a level’s perpetual loop.

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