This week at Oculus Connect 3, NVIDIA announced that VR Funhouse, an extremely fun virtual reality game, will support Oculus Touch. There are also two new levels coming to the VR Funhouse - HotShot Basketball and Wall Walker Toss.
More than 100,000 gamers have downloaded VR Funhouse since its release in July, and now, with the support for Oculus Touch, more developers and gamers can join in the fun.
I tried VR Funhouse at this year's Computex in Taiwan, using the HTC Vive, and loved it. You get to bounce around between mini games, like archery and Whack A Gnome, in a virtual carnival. It reminded me of the Darkmoon Faire in World of Warcraft. Of course, emerging into virtual reality is a totally different experience, and after testing many games in VR, I have to say that VR Funhouse is one of the most addictive games I tried.
Oculus Touch will be available on December 6th and will cost $199, with pre-orders starting on October 10th. If you plan on buying Oculus Touch or have HTC Vive, download VR Funhouse, it's free and very amusing.
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