What’s not to love about the TSA? This agency of crack professionals tirelessly works to keep the skies over America safe. Whether the threat comes from poorly packed luggage, or that elderly lady that looks like her day is going a little too well, you can bet the TSA is on the job. It is high time that we honor this noble and highly skilled profession. So, raise your 3 oz of beverage into the sky, and welcome TSA Frisky.
I can think of no better way to honor the TSA, than by letting everyone experience their day to day lives in VR. Thanks to Out There Entertainment, we get to do just that. Experience the wonder of tirelessly, and respectfully, monitoring luggage for contraband. Take pride in physically examining passengers, without regard for personal space. Revel in the absolute power over all who stand before you without regulation or recourse. Take a lunch break.
High Stress Occupation
TSA Frisky puts players in the life of a TSA agent. Your goal, survive your shift without screwing up too badly. Your primary duties include searching each passenger and their luggage before the next pair advances. If you fail to secure the luggage after a search, or properly dispose of any contraband, you’re a failure. However, if you manage to screen passengers efficiently and send them on their way, you just might earn the respect of your boss.
Don’t worry, your supervisor will be around to monitor your abilities and your performance review will score your personal worth at the end of your shift. Just try not to black out from the stress. Who knows what your co-workers will do to you while you’re out.
TSA Frisky will be releasing on May 17 on Steam. It supports the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality HMD. You can check out a free demo, right now, on Steam or Itch.io. The full release will be available for $14.99 on Steam. Latex gloves, not included.