The Rift Arcade virtually enters the mind of a patient to cure their depression, in the trippy InMind VR.
Most people pop pills to help manage or cure their depression, but InMind VR presents a alternative future method where the doctor virtually zaps disordered neurons while taking a rollercoaster ride through the mind of the patient. If this is the future of medical treatment, then sign us up, because InMind VR is a fun, albeit short experience.
Available for free on Steam, InMind VR is a totally hands-free experience that uses the head-tracking ability of the Oculus Rift to let the player control and zap their way through the game. It works best in DirectoRift mode, loading full-screen on the Rift headset while also mirroring the game on the desktop monitor. Once you’re in, you’ll find yourself enclosed in a dark cabin with a scoreboard beneath your field of view, and a blurry blue world awaiting outside.