Jump into the vibrant and responsive alien high-school from the creators of Job Simulator and Vacation Simulator
AUSTIN, TEXAS – March 31, 2022 –Cosmonious High, the highly-anticipated VR alien adventure from Owlchemy Labs, is available now on Meta Quest 2 and SteamVR for a suggested retail price of $29.99. To celebrate Cosmonious High’s launch, Owlchemy will kick off a livestream at 1 p.m. Central on Twitch where members of the team will provide developer commentary while showcasing gameplay.
Check out the first gameplay trailer for the next VR adventure from Owlchemy Labs, creators of Job Simulator and Vacation Simulator
AUSTIN, TEXAS – March 3, 2022 – Owlchemy Labs, creators of viral VR hits Job Simulator and Vacation Simulator, announced that school is back in session on March 31, 2022, when Cosmonious High arrives for Meta Quest 2 and Steam VR. The studio also debuted Cosmonious High’s first gameplay trailer showing off its quirky characters and vibrant world. Players who want to be the first to experience alien high school can wishlist Cosmonious High on SteamVR today; Quest Store pages will go up later this month.
AUSTIN, Texas – Sept. 2, 2021– Hailing from Owlchemy Labs, developer of popular and award winning titles ‘Job Simulator’ and ‘Vacation Simulator’, comes an original creation for the books—the comically catastrophic Cosmonious High! Cosmonious High will launch on Oculus Quest and SteamVR headsets in Spring 2022. Owlchemy Labs expands their signature focus on immersive and inclusive experiences, pairing it with the studio’s distinctive charm and humor.
Schell Games debuts a mixed-reality trailer showcasing gameplay; pre-orders now available for Oculus and PlayStation®VR
PITTSBURGH, PA — July 22, 2021 — Schell Games announced today that I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy and the Liar, the sequel to their award-winning VR escape-the-room puzzle game,will launch August 24, 2021, on SteamVR, Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation®VR headsets. The game will be priced at $24.99 across all stores at launch. Eager spies now can pre-order the game for a 10% discount from Oculus Quest and from PlayStation™Store for PS VR.
Introducing the next generation of VR accessories designed around comfort and immersion, launching this Summer
LOS ANGELES – May 13, 2021 – Bionik™, a leader in innovative video game accessories, announced today the Mantis™ VR and Face Pad VR. Mantis VR upgrades your headset’s built-in headphones, featuring a universal clip and cable assembly enabling compatibility with most popular VR platforms. The Face Pad VR is a hypoallergenic replacement face pad for Oculus Quest 2, designed to increase comfort while wearing the headset. Both accessories are slated to launch at select in-store and online retailers later this summer.
Shoes that allow gamers to walk and run in VR coming to major retailers like Amazon soon
VIENNA and SAN FRANCISCO – May. 3, 2021 –Cybershoes, the world’s first accessory for walking and running in VR, today announced that it’s Indiegogo campaign will conclude on May 10. VR enthusiasts now have one week left to get the best pre-order price for the latest Cybershoes wireless model, compatible with Oculus Quest and Quest 2. Cybershoes for Oculus Quest units will ship to all backers in May.
This campaign completes two rounds of crowdfunding for the Quest edition, supported by 623 backers raising $138,454, via both Indiegogo and Kickstarter. “We are very happy to see that 38% of users of Cybershoes for wired headsets have upgraded to the Quest version” said Michael Bieglmayer, CEO of Cybershoes.
Partners with Vertigo Games to Integrate VR Movement Accessory into Arizona Sunshine
VIENNA – October 15, 2020 – Cybershoes, the world’s first shoes for walking and running in VR, has today revealed a wireless version coming soon for Oculus Quest and Quest 2 headsets. Previously only available in wired models, this must-have VR accessory straps to the player’s feet and enables active gaming in virtual worlds. A Kickstarter campaign for wireless Cybershoes for Quest will open for pre-orders later this year, and a Software Development Kit (SDK) is now available for native integration of this technology into games.