Lunar Flight’s Oculus Rift support now official, all beta testing concluded

Lunar Flight

By on November 12, 2013 at 1:36 pm

Australia-made lunar flight simulator, er, Lunar Flight, has been one of the most popular Oculus Rift titles ever since creator Sean Edwards excitedly mashed support for the VR headset into his game earlier this year.

Now, Edwards has emailed to let us know that the testing period for Rift support is finally complete, and the game is ready to roll. To show it off, he’s put together a new trailer from the Oculus footage to show exactly what it looks like. And it looks good!

Lunar Flight is currently on sale on Steam for just $4.99.

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This looks more boring than Euro truck simulator. Good work on Oculus integration though!

 

Each to their own, I find the game quite serene and peaceful it’s a nice change to play at times. It’s games like this where the Occulus Rift can really show it’s potential.

 

rik1987,

both games are awsome :D

 

This with a decent joystick would probably be the most awesome thing known to mankind. I’m sure of it.

 

rik1987:
This looks more boring than Euro truck simulator. Good work on Oculus integration though!

Garbage Truck Simulator 2013 is where the excitement is!!

 
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