Paracosma Inc has announced today that it is renaming its open-ended sandbox game called UnnamedVR and that it’s being given away for free to all who want it.
UnnamedVR is now called Shelter in Place, and you can grab your free copy of the game via Steam or the Oculus Store.
“With our Paracosma team members Sheltering in Place and working from home in California, US, Tokyo, Japan and Kathmandu, Nepal, we have experienced first-hand the impacts of Coronavirus lockdowns,” says Ken Ehrhart, Founder and CEO of Paracosma. “We hope the gift of UnnamedVR will help other people suffering similar restrictions have some fun passing the time.”
Shelter in Place puts players in a large virtual mansion with 15 rooms, each containing various mini-games, like zip-lining, rock climbing, trampolining, graffiti, shooting, and archery, to name but a few of the activities that can be found.
It’s a nice gesture by the developer and free is always a good price, so you can bet your stimulus check that I’ll be giving this a go, and I recommend you do too. What harm can it do? Famous last word right there…