1. Snow Fortress
Originally launched in June 2016, Snow Fortress was an early title available when HTC Vive launched. It has continued to receive positive reviews and its a fun work out in VR. Engage your engineering mind when you build your fortress wall as those snowballs come at you fast and hard. Children to adults can laugh as they embrace the fun of Snow Fortress.
2. Run Dorothy Run
With a modern twist on the classic story The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Run Dorothy Run is one of the hit titles for release in 2017. It has something for everyone. Children love the challenge, teens roll along to the catchy electro-swing beat as they master the rhythm elements of the game, and adults laugh at the hilarious storyline running through the game.
Run Dorothy Run, another Vancouver success, has strong appeal to both women and men - partially due to , the strong influence of female designers, developers, and company management in Virtro Entertainment. Run Dorothy Run has been described by many as the perfect “first VR game” because it is such a fun, interactive experience, with a challenge for every skill level.
3. Edge of Atlantis
The story takes place in Atlantis, the most advanced civilization in human history. Atlanteans forged a legendary sword named the Edge of Atlantis, capable of bending the very fabric of space and time to its wielder's will. Eowauf, an evil sorcerer, hoping to take the sword for himself, seals Atlantis in a time loop and escapes into the timeless realms.
These games are sure to be a hit with families getting a new VR unit under their Christmas tree this year. They all offer a multi-level, challenging, and totally immersive experience.
Our technology geek Lee is an accomplished, non-fiction, best-selling author and huge supporter of new tech on Kickstarter. From robotics to AI, 3D printing to VR and AR – for business and for fun, Lee loves seeing the future today.