One of the latest apps to come to the HTC Vive, The Enlightened League of Bone Builders and the Osseous Enigma, is both educational and wacky, and it certainly puts a certain song in your head.
Although this doesn’t seem to be too technical, players are required to place all the bones back in the correct order to create a full skeleton. This is all based in a Victorian themed medical office, and there are plenty of antiques and tools to play around with.
While you are building Yorick, the name of the skeleton, you are timed as you use the motion controllers to accurately piece everything together: “Think you know where the humerus goes? What about the ulna? An enigmatic member of the League is watching the proceedings, and there’s a timer, so you need to build swiftly because you’re competing for a coveted spot in the League.”
Players can enter the local leaderboard to see how well they match up to others, as well as an option for unlimited exploration and free-play.
Yes, the experiences do seem somewhat limited for now, but the developers are currently working towards adding new content and features to fill it out more.
The Enlightened League of Bone Builders and the Osseous Enigma is free to download from Steam for the HTC Vive.
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