Originally the main Penn & Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors mini-game pack (a mini-game pack, it ought to added, which never commercially released), Desert Bus is just about the boring games in recent history. When the name implies, you’re for a bus, driving via the desert, from Arizona to Nevada. And that is exactly all.
The banality from the project is what helps it be special though, and over recent years its established a cult following and even the Desert Bus For Hope charity initiative. The actual experience can be found in VR, and far better still, it really is been in VR absolutely free for both Vive and Oculus Rift.
As the graphic above suggests, it’s a full VR remake. On the list of major additions would be the new multiplayer functionality, which allows you to make the soul-crushingly meaningless trip with three other friends in VR. There’s a radio inside truck too, that should use the edge off somewhat, and you will be apparently competent to honk the truck’s horn.
The launch follows last week’s annual Desert Bus For Hope, which raised above $650,000 for Child’s Play. Even though the game is standalone, without among a fortune of other mini-games as initially promised, it certainly helps it’s mainly free. Anyone after a genuine experience about driving a bus in the desert, today will probably be your lucky day.
If you’re curious to discover it for action, YouTuber reznoire has you sorted: