Bloop – bearing an identical name to the ultra-low-frequency sound detected by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in 1997 – is a multiplayer logic puzzle focusing on the cooperation between players equipped with different devices. The story of the game is located in the oxygen generator of a spaceship, while the mechanics follows the principle of the Rubic cube made up of cubic cells that can be rotated along their axis. The goal of the game is to establish communication between the two players able to access different information on the actions and the field. The players move within the same "real" space and can see each other with the assistance of a HTC Vive headset and AR Core mobile technology.