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The CourierView game page

Navigate the digital grid to deliver content to users. Clean up virus' along the way.
Submitted by Thunder Egg Concepts (@thundereggco) — 10 days, 12 hours before the deadline

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Please describe your creation.
VR First Person Puzzle Solver / Virus Shooter

Programming language?
Unity 3D C#

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Great game! I love the graphics, and the different types of puzzles that all utilize hand movement from the Leap Motion further immerses you in the game.

A great use of the Leap Motion to show what's possible in VR. Seems like a game almost anyone could play without getting confused, yet also a game that's challenging and immersive.

One of the coolest uses of the leap motion I've seen yet. The way you use your hands to solve the puzzles was a simplistic but brilliant idea. I love both the concept and the gameplay. Check this game out first chance you get!

Cool game! I especially like the puzzle solving swipe mechanic.

I think the controls are super cool and I like the tron/matrix/lawnmower man vibe to it all!


I was able to find a solution after much tinkering and researching. It was as simple as upgrading Unity to 5.2.2 and re-building. #thatwaseasy #wastedmytime


I'm using Unity 5.2.1 and Oculus SDK 0.7.0.
Everything runs great in the Unity Editor. However, when I attempt to run a built .exe, I get the following error:

OVRPlugin.dll caused an Access Violation (0xc0000005)
in module OVRPlugin.dll at 0023:66004714.

Anyone else have this problem or have an idea on what may be going on?
Any help is greatly appreciated.