SECVRITY: An Indie Game Exported from Unity to WebVR
WebVR is relatively in its infancy, and exporting VR games that are built in engines like Unity 5 is not yet a supported feature in these engines. Although Unity supports both WebGL and VR, these can’t be used simultaneously. Luckily, these guys came up with a way to export an indie unity game to WebVR.
Their game is called SECVRITY, and it apparently drew a lot of people into Mozilla’s booth at the recently held Game Developers Conference. It’s a “Whac-a-Mole” type game where the player is a computer security specialist that neutralizes viruses by clicking the monitor where they appear.
The original code they adopted for their project is here, and their Unity-to-WebVR export package can be found here. You can try playing the game on MOZVR.