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Rift Rush is a first-person platformer designed for use with the Oculus Rift, but it doesn't require one to play. Race through endless worlds, constructed Story levels, and crush your friends in the Mario-Kart styled Multirush! Rift Rush is currently available in an ongoing development state. Its Kickstarter was successfully 423% funded as of April 2013, and is using Desura for its monthly update process.

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Setting Up Multirush (Games : Rift Rush : Forum : General Discussion : Setting Up Multirush) Locked
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May 25 2013 Anchor

As per some requests, here's a post just containing Multirush setup instructions.

a) Decide who's hosting. Have that person forward UDP port 673 (google for instructions or use this if you need help on configuring your router to forward ports) to their computer.

b) Have the host boot up Rift Rush and choose Multirush (server) and enter a name. He's now set to receive clients.

c) Have everyone who wants to play on the server choose Multirush (client) and enter their name and the host's IP address. (The host can use whatismyip.com or similar to determine this.)

d) That's it! Select that red ready cube in the center (spacebar or A on a controller) and it'll turn to green. When all connected clients are ready, the host can do the same to start the game. Up to 32 clients can connect to one host, but we haven't really tested that many.

Feel free to use this thread to ask questions/post suggestions regarding Multirush. Thanks!

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