Last week was quite the event with the launch of Oculus Rift S and Oculus Quest both on the same day. Here at VRFocus we rather like the new standalone headset, with the redesigned Oculus Touch controllers. It’s a tidy package, and there are some great videogames available if you’ve picked one up already. Picking and choosing which titles to buy can be a tricky process so VRFocus is making it easier by giving away codes to some of the best experiences available for the headset.
In today’s competition, VRFocus is giving away codes for Moss and Shadow Point thanks to those fine creators at Polyarc and Coatsink Software respectively.
Moss is a lovely puzzle adventure featuring a little mouse called Quill. Originally released in 2018 for PlayStation VR, then Oculus RIft and HTC Vive, Moss was one of the best received virtual reality (VR) videogames of last year. When VRFocus reviewed Moss we said: Moss is a flawlessly crafted experience starring a character that absolutely deserves to be the face of modern VR. Every inch of the world shows attention to detail, and a story is woven that draws you in, making you truly invested in the world and in Quill as a person.”
And to mark the launch of the Oculus Quest version Polyarc announced a brand-new chapter called Twilight Garden, arriving on the standalone headset first.
Shadow Point, on the other hand, is an exclusive VR experience for Oculus Quest. Coatsink Software has created a puzzle adventure narrated by none other than Sir Patrick Stewart, where you have to use light and shadow to solve the challenges and unlock the story.
Great for first time VR players, Shadow Point scored well in VRFocus’ review, which stated: “Shadow Point is a suitably well-accomplished puzzle experience.”
Standard prize draw entry rules apply: Follow us (or already be following us) on Twitter or alternatively, visit our Facebook to get an entry for each. The competition will be open a week. Beginning today and ending at midnight UK time on 31st May 2019. The draw will be made shortly thereafter. Best of luck.