Over the past few months a handful of developers have taken their previously mobile-exclusive videogames over from the iOS or Android operating systems (OS) to PC with support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD). This has more recently been seen in Offroad 3D Extreme, although this month sees indie developer PlaySys do the same with Kitty Scratch 2, which was initially released on mobile platforms in 2013.
The developer has now ported a section of Kitty Scratch 2 to PC with Oculus Rift support. Though this isn’t the entire videogame, it does let players tour the apartment of Joel Parrosseaux, one of the characters from the original title in which players control a cat that destroys furniture. It’s not yet clear if the developer intends to bring the full experience to PC at some point in the future or if this is a simple experiment.
Kitty Scratch 2 features full support for the Oculus Rift’s second development kit (DK2). It is currently available to download for free over on the official Oculus VR Share Beta on PC. Possible Mac or Linux versions of the project are yet to be mentioned. VRFocus will continue to follow any and all applications of VR, reporting back with any further updates on them.