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ReMind is a prototype VR Exploration game, made in 7 days as part of the VR Jam 2020. 

It features VR Physics, rich world-design and scripted voice acting.

You are The Investigator, tasked with checking on an old residence by the sea.  As you arrive, you trigger an old AI, and a mystery begins to unfold.

The game uses Steam VR, has been developed using a Valve Index, and tested with an Oculus Rift. To run, please have Steam VR installed.

Jam notes:

The Jam's theme is One Tool, Many Uses. This game takes a gentle interpretation of the theme, placing a focus on the player's ability to interact with their environment in an intuitive and engaging way - you are the tool. The game tests a fast implementation of some in-house VR tech, that is in early development. Whilst still a work-in-progress, the game's VR Interaction system helps you to believe your environment, as well as being good fun.

I used my time in this jam to craft a short, but engaging story, and to try and build a complete narrative experience. There is a lot I'd like to add, but I am happy with the outcome of a week's work. If you choose to play this, I hope you enjoy!

Game instructions:

1) Try to stand near to the centre of your playspace.

2) Use your hands to interact with the world around you.

3) To return to the main menu at any time.


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This is a beautiful game.. I really like it.  

1.) It has controller movement issues using Quest controllers.

2.) I can't bring up any type of menu in the game. Non of the buttons activate a menu.

3.) Got 1 sphere on my hand , but couldn't figure out how to get into cellar 2nd doors. I turned power latch but it wouldnt turn back and could not go behind the mainframes.

Please continue work on this... It has so much potential.

This is a very nice little experience. The graphics are really nice, and the fact it was made in a week is really impressive. The narrative itself is very sweet and feels very decently paced. I do have some minor issues, the collision of the hands with objects is a little messy, as when I grabbed one of the core pieces it tried clipping out of my hand. The narrative itself also just kinda ends, which was a little off putting, but all in all, this is a fun little experience.

This was amazing! Well done :)