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Oculus Rift VR Jam finalists have been announced

The finalists of Oculus and IndieCade's VR Jam have been announced

| Wearable Computing News | Posted: Sep 15, 2013 2:35 am

The finalists of VR Jam 2013 have been announced, which was a joint venture between Oculus VR and IndieCade. If you're lucky like me and own an Oculus Rift headset, you can download 14 of the 20 finalists' submissions, with two dragon simulators to try out.


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On September 19 the winning team will be announced, where they will receive a $10,000 grand prize as well as a trip to the Oculus HQ. The winning team will also win a trip to the IndieCade Festival which takes place between October 3-6, where they will have a showcase exhibition of their game. For the full list of finalists, we have:


  • Alone - Bryan Cohen
  • Chick Walk - Kevin Tsang
  • Ciess - Edward McNeill
  • Don't Let Go - Yorick van Vliet
  • Dragon - Morgan Jaffit
  • Dreadhalls - Sergio Hidalgo
  • Dumpy - Brian Schrank
  • Elevator Music - Julian Kantor
  • Epic Dragon - Aurelien Kerbeci
  • Komorebi - Fernando Ramallo
  • Lost Route - Sergey Brezhnev
  • Nostrum - Robert Yang
  • Private Eye - Jake Slack
  • Roleplayer - Joerg Pressel
  • Shiny - Janina Woods
  • Sight Line - Tomas Mariancik
  • Specter Seekers - Ryan Anderson
  • Stargazer - David Kalina
  • TimeRifters - Doug Wolanick
  • Virtual Internet Hacker - Lau Korsgaard


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