Developed by Northway Games in collaboration with Radial Games. The new Fantastic Contraption has been designed from the ground up to be a room-scale VR game. Imagine walking around a grassy island floating in the sky making a contraption the size of a horse with your hands then watching it roll out into the world. It's a VR experience you and your friends will play for hours.
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In a blog post on the official Vive website, HTC confirmed the costs of its headset in markets outside of the United States. With the Vive going up for pre-order in less than 24 hours, it's important to know just how much you'll be paying for it if you aren't living in North America.
It's also worth noting that HTC's MSRPs do not include relevant sales taxes for each country.
Vive pre-orders are limited to one unit per customer. That order will ship with the Vive headset, two motion controllers, two lighthouse base stations, as well as Fantastic Contraption and Job Simulator. HTC has also announced that a third VR game will now be included in the package: Tilt Brush.
Pre-orders made tomorrow will begin shipping April 5th.
How do you showcase virtual reality games on a livestream? Developer Northway Games has an answer.
These are the 2016 VR games that we at VRDB think deserve a special mention in the run up to our VR of the Year Awards.
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