VR itself is an illusion, depending on our brain to trick us into thinking we’re really somewhere else. Does that make a VR game all about optical illusions some sort of VRception?
Maybe not, but we’re still very interested in Sea of Memories, a new game from developer Ivanovich Games already available on the Rift, Go, Gear and Daydream. A SteamVR release with Vive and Windows VR support is coming on June 1st.
In the experience, you journey into the mind of an unnamed protagonist and explore his memories in unique ways. Interestingly, the game has you traveling between several islands by boat, locating 100 optical illusions that ask you to make full use of VR to solve.
Graphically the game may look a little simple but there seem to be some intriguing ideas to this one. Sea of Memories costs $9.99 on PC VR platforms, $3.99 on Gear and Go, and $2.99 on Daydream.