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Manifest 99

Viveport Review: Manifest 99   One of the more emotional and beautifully told VR experiences in recent memory.   By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     Emerging from the outside of a tunnel in the middle of a forest, you peer around your environment and are immediately awestruck by the whispering trees that surround you. Just then, a crow lands on the train tracks, and with a simple gaze into its peering eyes, you are sent surging into its being to inhabit the bird’s feathery frame, a

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Kartong - Death by Cardboard!

Viveport Review: Kartong - Death by Cardboard!   Solve puzzles and escape evil creatures in this thrilling first person puzzle adventure.   By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content     The first time I loaded into Kartong – Death by Cardboard! I was taken aback. I wasn’t sure what to expect from the experience, and while I liked the way that the trailer and images presented the game, I didn’t know what to make of the cardboard cutouts that greeted me upon launch. Well, surprise! What I thoug

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New Viveport Arcade Pricing Model

Viveport Arcade, HTC’s software distribution and content management platform for arcades, is launching a new pricing structure from March 7th.   If you have content opted-in to the Viveport Arcade program, you will now be able to set your own ‘per station, per month’ license fee through the Developer Console. This means an operator would pay a guaranteed amount for each PC running your content, at a license fee value set by you.   Once you’ve chosen your per station, per month license fee, a pr

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Starway Fleet

Viveport Review: Starway Fleet   Surprisingly, this dogfighting VR game holds its own against heavy hitters like EVE: Valkyrie.   By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     The independent band of veteran developers at StormCube Games have cooked up a treat for die-hard fans of the deep space action dogfighting genre in the detailed and high energy Starway Fleet.   You'll step into the cockpit and take part in various missions that will have you escorting convoys, defending allies, or j

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Wands

Viveport Review: Wands   Become the ultimate wizard with this fun but flawed spell casting game.     By Renee Ruiz, Greenlit Content     Are you ready to be the best in wizardry? If you answered yes, then pick up your wand (AKA Vive controller) and put those magic skills to the test in Wands.   Cortopia Studio's spellcasting game takes the virtual reality experience to a different level by challenging you to handle competitive wizard battling. You'll step into an online world dueling

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The Gallery - Episode 2: Heart of the Emberstone

Viveport Review: The Gallery Episode 2: Heart of the Emberstone    Some frustrating puzzles do not derail this captivating follow-up to the first episode, Call of the Starseed.   By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content     The first episode of The Gallery is exceptional and really sets the stage for Cloudhead Games to tell a wonderful story. With that in mind, they took things to the next level with the second episode of the series, which evolves and builds off of the foundation the develop

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The Gallery – Episode 1: Call of the Starseed

Viveport Review: The Gallery – Episode 1: Call of the Starseed   Cloudhead Games’ sci-fi story shines in this outstanding, story-driven experience that showcases just how powerful presence can be in virtual reality.   By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content     The Gallery – Episode 1: Call of the Starseed is the first entry of an episodic series created for virtual reality from the ground up. It’s clear as you dive into this game that the developers are doing everything they can to make th

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Jam Studio VR

Viveport Review: Jam Studio VR   Unleash your inner musician and create beautiful music within a satisfying VR space.   By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     Learning to play music can be a rewarding experience for anyone, but it can be quite a challenge. With Jam Studio VR from Beamz Interactive, people of all ages and skillsets can drop into a virtual environment of musical creation and unleash their inner maestro, with the benefit of no physical instruments required.   Jumping

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Townsmen VR

Viveport Review: Townsmen VR   This cute and addictive town-builder brings the genre to life in virtual reality like never before.   By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content     I am a huge fan of town building simulators. I can’t even count the number of hours I've spent in these types of games, controlling the townspeople and building my cities from scratch, so I was very excited to strap on my headset and check out Townsmen VR. After spending some time as a virtual deity, I can tell you T

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TrueScale

Viveport Review: TrueScale   TrueScale gives interior designers a brand-new way to bring their creations to life.   By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content     When I first heard about TrueScale, I was intrigued by what the developers had to offer. Here was an application that they promised could revolutionize the way that interior designers worked by offering a new ground-breaking way for them to create things directly, while also offering a 3D environment to explore and see things at full-s

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Knockout League

Viveport Review: Knockout League   Grab Games’ Punch-Out!! style boxing game makes fitness fun, but watch out for the pirate’s mean left hook!     By Renee Ruiz, Greenlit Content     Get ready to rumble with Knockout League, an arcade boxing game from Grab Games that will have you squaring off against a variety of colorful and difficult opponents… even an octopus!  It’s the sort of game that’s easy to play - just throw punches with your motion controllers - but the challenge does pick

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The Wizards

Viveport Review: The Wizards   Rid the land of orcs, goblins, and other nasty creatures, all with the power of your hands!     By Renee Ruiz, Greenlit Content     Move aside Harry Potter! A new wizard is in town to save the day. In The Wizards, Carbon Studio deliver a spell casting adventure game that is both immensely satisfying and great looking to boot!  Orcs, goblins, and other creatures invade the realm of Meliora, and it’s up to you to rid the land of these unwelcomed guests.  If

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Perfect

Perfect   nDreams' app lets you take a minute to slow down, collect your thoughts, and take time for yourself.     By Job J. Stauffer, Greenlit Content     Usually when looking for content reviews in virtual reality—be it for video games, stories, or experiences—we’re often seeking an answer to the million-dollar question, “Is this thing worth my time?”   Time is a precious resource here on this rock, and it’s not often that a piece of content itself wants to turn the question around

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Overkill VR

Viveport Review: Overkill VR   Straight-up arcade shooting action for old and new VR gamers alike.     By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     Duck and cover! The Overkill series leaps into VR with impressive results that’ll keep your heart pumping and your guns blazing. Taking gameplay cues from classic arcade wave shooters like Time Crisis with a pinch of tongue-in-cheek humor in the style of Duke Nukem, Overkill VR succeeds at crafting a well-paced and physically demanding action e

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Drunk or Dead

Viveport Review: Drunk or Dead   Forget about finding the cure. In Drunk or Dead, your primary objective is to save the bar!     By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     The premise of the off-kilter undead arcade wave shooter, Drunk or Dead, from the developers at 4 I Lab is simple. You wake at the bar after a long day of drowning your sorrows only to be informed by the bartender that the world has been overrun by zombies.   To make matters interesting, this isn’t a world where bein

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Twisted Arrow

Viveport Review: Twisted Arrow   Unleash a barrage of virtual arrows upon zombies, mechs, and monsters!     By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     Stay on target and set your sights on Phaser Lock Interactive’s extraordinary first-person arcade action shooter, Twisted Arrow. Armed with your high-tech bow, the Manticore, and an extensive array of powerful arrows, you’ll be thrust into a fast-paced, high-impact tour across a dystopian city occupied by a paramilitary force who’ll stop a

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Viveport Subscription update: get the best rate for 2018

If you haven't tried Viveport Subscription yet, there's never been a better time! Over 375 VR titles are waiting for you, with more being added every week.     In less than a year, Viveport Subscription has grown enormously, starting with a little over 50 titles available to over 375 now. As a member you can check out five titles a month - which means it would take you over five years of subscription to experience everything that's currently available!   We believe Viveport Subscription i

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High Noon VR

Viveport Review: High Noon VR   Survive the Wild West in this thrilling arcade style shooter.     By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     You can hear the tumbleweeds blowing and feel the tensions rising as you reach for your revolver. You’re the town’s new sheriff, and it's time to issue justice from the barrel of your gun.   Arcade western shooter High Noon VR from Octobox Interactive gives you a huge arsenal of weapons to help you patrol the streets. You'll let no outlaw stand in

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Don't Knock Twice

Viveport Review: Don't Knock Twice   Go in search of your daughter… if you dare… in this spine-tingling horror experience.     By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content     “One Knock to wake her from her bed, twice to raise her from the dead.”    This is an echo of the grim urban legend portrayed by an award-winning developer at Wales Interactive in the gripping and paralyzing VR horror/adventure, Don’t Knock Twice. While the game was based on the feature film of the same name starring K

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Cosmic Trip

Viveport Review: Cosmic Trip Despite its cutesy image, this strategy VR game provides intense action set in a beautiful world.     By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content     When it comes to virtual reality, the first types of experiences you hear people mention are those that really pull the player in and make them feel like they are these different characters. So, when I first heard that Cosmic Trip, a virtual reality real-time strategy game, was being developed by Funktronic Labs, I was

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Cat Sorter VR

Viveport Review: Cat Sorter VR   Embrace your inner crazy cat person with Pawmigo Games’ whiskery VR experience.     By Desmond Madison, Greenlit Content   Cats wearing sombreros and sporting slimy tentacles for arms? They go over here. Cats with bird beaks for noses and cartoon eyes for butts? They go over there!   Indie studio Pawmigo Games puts its experience from working at Disney Interactive to unexpected use in Cat Sorter VR, a wonderful, fast-paced, lighthearted arcade experien

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Hangry Bunnies from Mars

Viveport Review: Hangry Bunnies from Mars   Studio229’s wave-based defender game overflows with cuteness and frantic gunplay.   By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content     Despite all the horror games that I’ve played in virtual reality, Studio229’s wave-based defender, Hangry Bunnies from Mars, is by far one of the most terrifying things I’ve ever had the pleasure of experiencing in virtual reality. Of course, the game’s also extremely cute, and offers some fast-paced and frantic gunplay t

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Earthlight: Spacewalk

Viveport Review: Earthlight: Spacewalk   This short but immersive cinematic experience showcases the strengths of virtual reality. By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content      Depending on who you ask, immersion is often considered more important than gameplay when it comes to virtual reality, and while there is an assortment of cinematic applications out there, few provide the immersive feeling that Earthlight: Spacewalk captures so perfectly.   This outstanding game lets you take a spac

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