Wijem Games announced on the 14th that it will officially publish the Oculus App Lab, which is the three types of metavus VR anticipated films developed by affiliated with oyster buses (CEO Min Yong-jae and Ko Se-jun).
The popular VR game ‘Dessert Slice’ is a slice action game set in the background of a dessert shop, avoiding a flying bomb and scoring desserts such as donuts and candy as much as possible in a certain time. Aiming at the center of the dessert, you can get high scores if you succeed in cutting or continuously.
My Town: Zombie is a survival game that must survive for a long time from the zombies that run everywhere. You must acquire pistols, submachine guns, shotguns, and grenade launchers, which are located all over the subway, to defeat the zombies and survive as long as possible.
Diet Smash is a ‘hitting’ mode that must be avoided by the indoor badminton field of the My Town worldview, and the bomb must be avoided, and the bouncing mode that has to bounce off the racket for a long time without dropping the shuttlecock on the ground in a blocked space You can enjoy branches.
Won Universe is a comprehensive meta bus company that combines one-year-old VR developer One-Mules, the next-generation meta-human maker MSM Studio, Web 3 developer Uniflow, and the No. 1 Visual Tech Company Bombus in Korea. To date, the company has 10 kinds of service experiences developed in more than 200 stations in 10 countries around the world, and is in the process of metabus business centered on Korea’s best VR and AR (augmented reality) technology. We are working with global companies such as Square Enix, Netize, and Nexon, and are currently working with about 300 professionals.
Ko Se-jun, CEO of Won Universe, said, I am pleased to be able to showcase this three VR three games through Oculus Quest 2.
Meanwhile, according to market research firm Stati Star, the global VR and AR market is expected to grow nearly 10 times from $ 30.7 billion last year to $ 296.9 billion in 2024. In particular, Oculus Quest 2 exceeded 10 million units in one year.