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'Rick & Morty' co-creator unveils his first VR game

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Squanchtendo Games, the recently founded VR studio from "Rick & Morty" co-creator, Justin Roiland, has just unveiled its first game: Accounting. But don't let the benign name fool you, this virtual reality experience appears to be just as ingeniously deranged as its animated predecessor.

Squanchtendo collaborated with Crows Crows Crows game studio to create the game which, according to the Squanchtendo release, only took about a week to craft. It is available for the HTC Vive for free through Steam VR. Details are thin as to what exactly you do in the game -- besides account, of course -- but you can bet there's going to be a whole lot of messed up shit in there.

Gallery: Accounting VR | 7 Photos

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