Journey For Elysium is a story-driven VR game inspired by Greek and Roman mythology. Players will take on the role of an unnamed hero who has passed away. He finds himself on a boat in the Underworld trapped between life and death. In order to reach Elysium and obtain redemption, the mysterious traveller must use all his wits and skills in a series of increasingly elaborate twists and challenges. Along the way, he will discover more about his past. Look for clues and solve an increasingly complex range of puzzles, challenges and tests to move the story forward. A lot to discover: immerse yourself in a rich world, grounded between history and myth. Explore breathtaking environments and unravel surprising facts of the Classical antiquity. Connect with your senses to this VR storytelling experience. 12+ years
Based on the sci-fi short story by Philip K. Dick, The Great C is a cinematic narrative set in the aftermath of an apocalyptic event. Featuring a thrilling storyline, stunning environments and a powerful soundtrack, the viewer is transported to a desolate landscape in which the remnants of humanity are ruled by an all-powerful supercomputer known as the Great C. Each year, the nearby village is forced to send a young person on a pilgrimage to appease the mysterious machine, a journey from which no one ever returns.The Great C follows Clare, a young woman who finds her life upended when her fianc is summoned for this years pilgrimage. Leaving the safe confines of her village, Clare must decide whether to accept the rules of her harsh society or fight against the oppressive powers that created it. The Great C is a sweeping 30+ minute experience, developed from the ground up to push the boundaries of storytelling in VR. 11+ years
Castle Rock Beach, West Australia is a short exploration/photography experience set in a spectacular stretch of coastline in Australia's south west. Use the game's camera to observe and interact with the world around you while exploring and completing photo-related objectives. The game has in important focus on immersion and not holding your hand, your attentiveness and eagerness to explore will be rewarded with access to hidden areas and new features. The game also includes an immersive curated soundtrack courtesy of Chillhop Music, This is definitley one for turning down the lights and wearing headphones.This project started out as a showcase of my work in environment design, I wanted to create a realistic, densely forested scene using photoscanned 3d assets that could run smoothly in real-time. The environment was created in Unreal Engine 4 with heavy reference to photos taken at the location, You'll encounter crashing waves, dense bushland, secluded beaches and long stretches of Australian country road, a lot of which resemble the appearance of the real location. As I spent more time on this I began to build on some camera mechanics I thought added a unique/personal level of interactivity to the experience. I hope the atmosphere and ambience created by the environment will keep you coming back when you're stressed.Some Extra Reccomendations:- Personalise the soundtrack! Feel free to pause the in-game music and play your own in the background.- The VR version is a great way to be immersed in the world but I'd still recommend the desktop version as the best way to experience the game.- Please try to avoid looking for online guides if you're feeling impatient. Often what you're looking for will only take a few extra minutes to discover.Thanks so much for your support on this title and my other games. I'll be in the discussions section as much as possible to listen to feedback and talk about potential new features.- MattAlso features an extensive sountrack thanks to friends at Chillhop Musichttps://chillhop.com
Inspired by Iceland's unique landscape and colours, Mýrdalssandur sought out to make a realistically inspired exploration experience set on Iceland's southern coast. The game is a short immersive walk though an expansive section of land with moss, glacial rivers, foggy grasslands, waterfalls and scenic vistas. Use the game's camera to observe and interact with the world around you while listening to an immersive curated soundtrack. Your attentiveness and eagerness to explore will be rewarded with access to hidden areas, areas that will be easily missed by a rushed player.
A short exploration/photography experience set in the idyllic forested landscape of the Wakamarina Valley, located near Queen Charlotte Sound on New Zealand's South Island.
With photos and memories from a few years ago, I set out to achieve a detailed, realistically designed recreation of the renowned Japanese shrine, Fushimi Inari Taisha. I feel like the real place has a very culturally unique significance, I personally had a great time exploring it a few years ago. I've designed this environment to be experienced from a first person perspective, with the aim of allowing the player to be immersed in the same kind of atmosphere as the real place.(Engine / Photo Comparison)The map is very extensive to explore with shrine gates laid out over the entire mountainside. I've tried to include a lot of variance in different parts of the mountain, with lots of points of interest to discover and many branching/intertwining paths to encourage you to make choices with your exploration. Take photos with the in-game camera, customize the soundtrack, walk around at your own pace. There is a checklist of locations to find as well as some hidden areas, and also a small ending.Explore the Shrine in VR! (DLC)If you own a VR headset, you can immerse yourself even more in the world with the VR compatible version I've built. I was happily surprised with how well the scene runs in virtual reality, the quality is almost on par with the desktop version and it still runs great. Everything from the desktop version is here, with some advanced DSLR camera controls, locomotion/teleportation movement options, and optimized UI/game menus.I feel thankful that higher fidelity 3d environments have become more achievable by everyone, and not only AAA game developers. I had a blast creating this project and feel like it's really improved my skills with unreal engine. hope you enjoy exploring- Matt
The latest animated short movie from the award-winning Baobab Studios. In Bonfire, you play the lead role in an interactive narrative. As Space Scout 817, you’re on a mission to discover a new home for the human race. Too bad your piloting skills lack… precision. You crash-land at night on a mysterious unknown planet three-hundred light-years from Earth. Your only source of light is your makeshift bonfire. Beyond its glow everything falls to darkness. And what are those strange noises coming from the alien jungle? To survive you only have your instincts and robot sidekick, Debbie, voiced by Ali Wong, Debbie’s companionship comes with a signature wariness. When a chance meeting with a local inhabitant further steers your mission off course, you learn that unexpected encounters just might result in lasting friendships. You’ll have the opportunity to embrace, explore and influence the world around you. In the end, the choice is yours: Will you follow your captain or your conscience? 10+ y.o.
For thousands of years, an impenetrable fortress has been hidden amidst beautiful rocks somewhere in Europe.This magical place has been home to dinosaurs, Celtic druids, Roman armies, Crusader knights, Ottoman dervishes. Follow their steps and witness fierce battles, mystical rituals and cunning political conspiracies taken directly from the pages of history. Climb the highest cliff, sit by the fire and listen to tales of love, betrayal, and bravery. To make your journey even more immersive, we’ve added some new exploration features in addition to the standard hand controls. Look at your left forearm to display the Wrist controls. Press them with your right index finger to change the Weather, activate Timelapse mode and access the Map. 11+ y.o.
50 days unassisted to reach the South Pole: the explorer Matthieu Tordeur set himself a daunting challenge. Follow him in his incredible journey across the breathtaking sceneries of Antarctica. 10+ y.o.
A stunning documentary with paraglider in the ruins of Mosul, Iraq. After years of war, terrorism and oppression, a group of Iraqi paragliders is resuming its life in the city of Mosul. Following a long entertainment ban, they rediscover their freedom, the sensations of their beloved sport and the simplicity of life after ISIS was pushed out of the city. In this documentary narrated by journalist Hugo Clément and directed by Chloé Rochereuil, explore the remains of the city of Mosul through the stories of Captain Muhammad and his friends and take to the skies for a paragliding ride with them in the Iraqi mountains.
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