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Enter an experimental keyboard and run out of the space bar, testing the keys you find along the way.

Oculus Quest version with achievements and leaderboards available on AppLab! People in our discord are speedrunning the game. Can you complete it in under 2 minutes?

This is a VR-only game. Don't have a headset? Watch a full playthrough here!

Controls:
Swing your arms and push off objects to move around (like in Gorilla Tag). Press the left Menu / B key to restart from the last checkpoint.

Made for the 2021 Epic MegaJam  with the "Running out of space" theme.

Supported platforms:
The game has been tested with HTC Vive Pro using SteamVR, Oculus Quest 2 - standalone and using Oculus Link. Should probably run with any SteamVR-compatible headset.

Join our Discord server to share your feedback, suggestions or chat about VR dev stuff! https://discord.gg/d7gqjtKQm4


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Hollowdilnik_InSpaceNoOneCanHearYouClick-v0.2.2-NoOculusPlatform.apk 79 MB
Hollowdilnik_InSpaceNoOneCanHearYouClick-v0.1.0.zip 66 MB
Hollowdilnik_InSpaceNoOneCanHearYouClick_WithPreReqs-v0.1.0.zip 105 MB

Development log

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Hi, After the 'Windows' level, you press the 'Space' key. Can you get to the end that next level (where there is little gravity)? I've played it a dozen times on Oculus Quest2 and always run out of time.

You can! The timing is pretty tight, but it does forgive one mistake after the “run” cue. One advice to make it easier is to press the restart button (menu button on the left controller) if you miss a jump. Also try to jump forward and not up. You can also check out the full playthrough if you feel completely stuck: https://youtu.be/AIxQ8ZUeU1M

It is actually even possible to sequence break this level and complete it without pressing the space button, but it requires to make a really tough jump.

Nice and clean style, gameplay is simple but enjoyable! I really felt like a cat or some small critter prancing through the world. You probably need pretty sturdy VR legs for this game, but at least I didn't get any motion sickness or such. Overall an enjoyable experience and worked perfectly on the Valve Index HMD and controllers!

Thank you for playing! Glad to confirm it working on Index. We love more intense styles of locomotion, especially since VR has become so good in the recent years, and people are growing some mighty VR legs.

great art style.  Love the vr hands

Thanks! Very glad to hear that, especially since we are 2 coders