VR Museum

VR Museum

A tremendous power lies in VR. Anything you imagine, anywhere you dream, any time you envision - it can get you there.

Have you ever wondered what the Handley-Page 42 looked like in real life? Or what size was a Messerschmitt Me-323 Gigant? Or Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria? All of them are long since gone, but with the incredible power of virtual reality they can be brought back to life. And this is what the VR Museum was created for.

There are many great inventions that are only known from drawings and blurry photos. And many of them are already 3D-modelled and scattered around the net. The idea behind the VR Museum is to locate them, refurb if necessery, and show here for everyone to see. Starting from airplanes, the Museum’s collection will grow to become more interdisciplinary in the future.

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VR Museum on Steam



11/25/2020 update:

Hey look I used the edit button! The performance updates have significantly improved performance. Doing CCullingAlgo 1 appears to help, but also causes the rendering of the tiles to be a little wonky when you zoom in. Setting it to CCullingAlgo 2 appears to just cause the game to crash for some reason. With the largest map setting (125x125) and a population of around 600k I have still been unable to get the game to run at max speed consistently and will typically cap out at speed.

Real player with 338.2 hrs in game

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NewCity is a little different than similar titles in the genre: you aren’t going to be lord of the trash collectors, or worrying about how to fund your next power generator, or the fact that your water and sewage systems can’t handle the growth you have planned.

Believe me, when I first fired up the game and saw the player had none of these responsibilities, I did a little bit of head scratching and I wondered exactly how much content the game had and how difficult it was.

Well, I say to the skeptic: fear not!

Real player with 192.7 hrs in game

NewCity on Steam