Another unique virtual reality (VR) experience has released for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) this month. Trampolake from indie developer thebko can currently be downloaded for free on the device on PC via the official Oculus VR software portal, the Oculus VR Share Beta. The title features support for both the first and second development kits (DK1 and DK2) for the device. Possible Mac and Linux versions of the title are yet to be confirmed.
Trampolake is a small first-person VR experience in which players find themselves bouncing on a series of trampolines, dotted around a vast lake. Players must navigate around the lakes by bouncing to each trampoline, eventually making their way up a mountain. Should the player fall then they will have to start the challenge again from the beginning. Players can moving using either a traditional keyboard or mouse setup or a gamepad.
The Oculus VR Share Beta is home to a number of unique VR experiments such as this. The platform updates with new content on a regular basis, with titles such as these found among demos and brief experiences. VRFocus will continue to follow each and every VR application as they are revealed, reporting back with all the latest updates on them.