Earlier this month, we reported the announcement of App Lab, a new app distribution platform that makes it possible for Oculus users to enjoy VR apps that are not yet ready for the Oculus Store.
Now, you can get 12 indie games that will be available on the platform as soon as Oculus approves them by purchasing the $19 “Waiting For App Lab” bundle, which is currently available at Itch.io, a website for users to host, sell, and download indie games.
The bundle is hosted by Bentham Realitie, and it includes the following games:
- Crazy Kung Fu (Field of Vision)
- Disc Benders: Ace Run (GamerBoyAdvanced)
- Evryway Visualiser (Evryway)
- Jigsaw 360 (JumbliVR)
- Peco Peco (Bentham Realities)
- Perpetuum Mobile (Petrus-Games)
- Realms of Eternity (VRKemono)
- Sep’s Diner (Scale-1 Portal)
- Song Beat: Quite My Tempo! (Playito)
- SpaceWalk VR Experience (ForthInteract)
- Speed Cube XR (A1igator)
- The Final Overs (Mixeal)
If you were to buy all 12 titles individually, you would have to spend $93, so you’re looking at a $74 savings. All games included in the bundle are DRM-free, and all early access itch players are promised to receive an Oculus key as a free reward for their trust.
Near the end of 2020, VR gamers had the opportunity to get their hands on the Humble Fall VR Bundle. Unlike the “Waiting For App Lab” bundle, it was split into four tier, with the first one including three games (A-Tech Cybernetic, Archangel: Hellfire – Fully Loaded, and Killing Floor Incursion) for just $1.
The highest tier was sold for $17, and it unlocked access to The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, Zero Caliber VR, Raw Data, I Expect You to Die, and Creed: Rise to Glory. The total value of the entire Humble Fall VR Bundle was $219.