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More Than 30 Vive Games Shown At GDC

by Mike Futter on Mar 16, 2016 at 11:00 AM

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The age of virtual reality is quickly approaching. Oculus Rift is launching this month with 30 games. Valve and HTC also have big plans for the Vive, giving over their booth at GDC to a number of developers throughout the rest of the week.

These titles represent part of what's coming in the Vive launch window and beyond. We'll have impressions of some of them rolling out over the coming days.

  • Adventure Time (Cartoon Network Games and Turbo Button)
  • Altspace (AltVR)
  • Arizona Sunshine (Vertigo Games)
  • Audioshield (Dylan Fitterer)
  • Brookhaven (Phosphor Games)
  • Budget Cuts (Neat Corporation)
  • Cloudlands Minigolf (
  • Elite Dangerous (Frontier Developments)
  • E.V.E. (Envelop)
  • Everest (Solfar)
  • Fantastic Contraption (Northway Games and Radial Games)
  • Final Approach (Phaserlock)
  • The Gallery (Cloudhead Games)
  • GiantCop (Other Ocean)
  • Hover Junkers (Stress Level Zero)
  • Marble Mountain (Lightning Rock)
  • Modbox (Alien Trap)
  • Job Simulator (Owlchemy Labs)
  • John Wick: The Impossible Task (Lionsgate and Starbreeze)
  • La Peri (Innervision VR)
  • The Lab (Valve)
  • Pool Nation (Cherrypop Games)
  • The Rose and I (Penrose Studios)
  • #SelfieTennis (VRUnicorns)
  • Space Pirate Trainer (I-Illusions)
  • Raw Data (Servios)
  • Tilt Brush (Google)
  • Time Machine (Minority Media)
  • Thunderbird (InnervisionVR)
  • Universe Sandbox ^2 (Giant Army)
  • Unreal Editor (Epic)
  • Unseen Diplomacy (Triangular Pixels)
  • Vanishing Realms (Indimo Labs)
  • Virzoom (Virzoom)
  • Waltz of the Wizard (Aldin Dynamics)
  • Water Bears (Schell Games)
  • The Wave (Wave VR)