Warby Parker, known for its low-cost eyeglasses, has partnered with video game arts and culture company Kill Screen on a new limited-edition pair of glasses and a video game to accompany them.
The glasses are essentially Warby Parker's Burke frames but in a new hue, Glacier Grey. The frames are made out of premium cellulose acetate and have anti-scratch and anti-reflective coatings. Inside, they're embossed with the Kill Screen logo. The glasses also ship with a custom lens pouch.
The game is something unique for Warby Parker. Made with the help of Highline Games, Warby Parker and Kill Screen co-designed the physics-based matching game. It works sort of like Candy Crush and other matching games, having you click on colored balls on a plate that match each other to remove them.