Alan and the kid

Alan and the kid

Play with friends or family head to head.

As the VR player you control the Kid looking down on your play table.

Your goal is to find Alan and destroy him using the tools at your disposal including Mud traps, Detection Barriers and anti-gravity fields.

The Kid can also promote a pawn on the table to find and shoot Alan. Or you can possess a pawn and go looking yourself !

Careful though, Attempting to possess Alan has unintended consequences.

The PC player controls Alan. Alan looks like everyone else on the table, blend in, bide your time and take the Kid out when the time is right.

Alan can find Guns and rockets on the table to take out the Kid. Also on the map are some defensive items such as smoke bombs and a Jet Pack

Play across five different maps with unique systems.

Underground Subway system and some sketchy potholes.

Moveable bridges controlled by the Kid.

Bus tram system.

Office environment with great verticality.

Manipulate the table to your needs.

The game has mutators to play with and an alternative game mode.

Adjust Population density, game speed and add randomization to item spawn.

McGuffin mode adds an alternative win mode for Alan.

The objects is to find the McGuffin and deliver it to the pedistal. This puts extra pressure for

the Kid to find and kill Alan fast.

Sound Design,

The PC player And VR player share the same sound.

However Alan has the opportunity to Silence his actions Preventing the Kid from hearing his actions.

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Alan and the kid on Steam

V-Racer Hoverbike

V-Racer Hoverbike

I think, like most, I came to V-Racer in the Summer Sale hoping to flesh out a collection of VR titles with their prices effectively shrunk to reasonable levels- and I honestly was expecting a short amount of thrills and then to move on. V-racer ended up being not just a surprising hidden gem in the VR library, but an intensely thrilling experience I came back to again and again – once you ignore the developers rather baffling default setup.

At first I figured the lean-to-turn mechanics would just take some getting used to. But they didn’t. Not only were they a poor simulacrum of riding, but your neck will feel like you just feel down a flight of wooden stairs. Shockingly, perhaps even bafflingly there is a “experimental mode” that emulates holding a bike’s handlebars - AND THE GAME INSTANTLY BECOMES A 9. Now to the dev’s credit there are a ton of control methods, but why the method you would instinctively want in a hover bike VR game is off by default and listed as experimental is tragic, because it almost made me give up on the game and move on. Instead, I can lean and dodge, scoop up an emp blast so no one else can use it on me, brake hard on the chicane, quickly chew up the power-up for energy right before snagging a Turbo blast and be home in time for the podium celebration.

Real player with 11.2 hrs in game

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If you are a fan of Moto GP and Wipeout or just Motorcycle Racing, this game is for you. It is strangely sim-like for an arcade game. If you activate the option of the horizon rolling with the bike and put the slider to the max. I believe that it reproduce the axact behavior of racing motorcycle for real. I race motorcycle as an amateur for the past 8 years and this game may not be was I was looking for in term of visual or physic (no transmission, no suspension, no tires), but nothing comes closer to actually race motorcycle. The game is well balanced and the combat part is not annoying, nor frustrating it is just a nice diversion while you race (the tracks are actually very technical and it will take some 40 laps to master). The developpers are really listening to their customers and have implemented everything that I wished for in less than a week. They are relly improving this game fast. Note : I play the game on my real motorcyle ZX6R on a custom stand and it is great. The way you position yourself to play it should match the real thing for maximum immersion. I was really frustrated by the lack of VR support for TT Isle of Man but this game is probably better in the end cause they have physical lean to control the bike and twist the wrist for gas. If you can, gradually turn the lean slider (in comfort options) for the best racing experience in VR. I have Assto Corsa VR, Project Cars 2 VR, Raceroom VR, iRacing VR and rFactor2 VR and this game is my favorite (probably because I prefer motorcycles). And dev are experimenting with more extreme tracks with hills, jumps, loops, banking, so in the future this game will even be better.

Real player with 10.2 hrs in game

V-Racer Hoverbike on Steam

Battle Blocks

Battle Blocks

Battle Blocks is a multiplayer Tetris-inspired PvP game designed specifically for VR. You will combat players from all over the world in fast-paced matches, and acquire special items and rewards while heading to the top of the leaderboard. Meet new friends, enjoy unique сompetitive gameplay and become the champion!

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Battle Blocks on Steam



Solid core gameplay, great framerate, simple controls and good choice of weapons. nothing groundbreaking but a nice approachable arcade shooter that I enjoyed playing.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

This is an awesome game! I just hope the developers keep adding content, Only 3 levels thus far, They are all fantastic. I love this rail type shooter that allows you to move. Brilliant concept by this developer!

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

HeadCount on Steam

Darkness Rollercoaster - Ultimate Shooter Edition

Darkness Rollercoaster - Ultimate Shooter Edition

Decent game ! Very funny and very impressive virtual reality game, the immersion is real and intensive.

It feels pretty good to play it alone or with some friends.

The game is still in an early BETA access and I’m not disappointed at all, I highly recommend this game for virtual reality amateurs and to be honnest he’s pretty cheap for a virtual reality game !

Real player with 30.0 hrs in game

In VR I particularly like good coaster rides and also shooters. So with Darkness Rollercoaster you have a combination of both genres. So far have played for several hours, and generally pleased with the quality and value, particularly considering the developers to their credit appear pro-active with quick resolution of an initial problem (blockage on Fantasy track) and promise of more to come.

What I like about this game is the variety of environments, the explore ‘no guns’ modes, the random generated tracks, and the overall fun provided. The Adventure tracks is particularly good, the Fantasy not too far behind, the Binary and Space lands providing a different less coaster ride feel. Incidentally thought the Binary City amazing, and would welcome expansion of this element. For the future developers may wish to consider adding further themes along the lines of an undersea dark cavernous track, an Indiana Jones style jewel mine track, or an indoor huge ghost manor (light) horror themed track.

Real player with 10.0 hrs in game

Darkness Rollercoaster - Ultimate Shooter Edition on Steam