Cartoon Network, in partnership with AiSolve, has launched a location-based multiplayer, virtual-reality (VR) title, Food Truck Rush game, based on the We Bare Bears series. In the game, players wear virtual-reality(VR) headsets to become Panda, Grizz and Ice Bear from the We Bare Bears series show.
We Bare Bears is an American cartoon series produced by Cartoon Network TV channel, author Daniel Chong. The series is about three brothers-bears Grizzly, Panda, and White, who are trying to fit into society and find friends. Based on the Daniel Chong webcomic book, The Three Bare Bears. The premiere took place on July 27, 2015. In August 2015, Cartoon Network gave permission for the production of season 2 of the We Bare Bears series.
About the Show:
The three brothers bears live in San Francisco Bay, awkwardly and desperately trying to integrate into human society. No matter what difficulties they face, they always rely on each other and know the importance of the family like no one else.
Grise, Panda, and White continue their adventures in Pattaya, Thailand at the Cartoon Network Amazone water park, where they seem to enjoy a pleasant stay with you! Meet them in the Multiannual Zone with your friends or lie down on the rides of Turbulent Streams on a relaxing tour of the amazing Teddy Bear Park.
When Cartoon Network mentioned that the We Bare Bears experience would take place inside a food truck, we knew our platform would be a perfect choice for the content and when the food truck takes off on the adventure, our haptic floor responds to the driving, rumbling and creates a sensation of movement. This deepens the level of immersion and convinces them they’re really being driven around in a food truck – Devi Kolli, CEO and Co-Founder of AiSolve
The We Bare multiplayer VR game location is developed in partnership with location-based specialists WePlayVR, and the free-roam expertise takes place at intervals. A WePlayVR standalone arena in a 3×3 sqm exteroception flooring set that responds to movements of VR experience, permitting users to truly feel the show.