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A virtual reality science fiction blacksmithing game!
Submitted by Trainwiz — 1 day, 2 hours before the deadline
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Please describe your creation.
Use your Leap Motion and Oculus Rift as you play the role of a science-fiction blacksmith! Hammer out hot metal, flip switches, press buttons, sand with sanders, as you make your own custom sword!

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C#, Unity3D

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Smithereens! The game so amazingly great, it could only be surpassed by trainsmithing! But we can't do that, because then there would be no need for another video game to be made. EVER! Now where's my free mod?! Also, trains. Trains can only help my case.

The part where the fire rises is my favorite part of the game. The blacksmith you play as is a big guy. Why does he wear the gloves? Because it would be extremely painful if he burned them! You don't get to bring friends, but you do get to bring a hammer! Of course, pushing buttons is part of the plan.

Bravo, Trainwiz. The rating I just filed with lists 5 stars.

Love the graphics, especially that view out the windows! I like all the nooks and crannies and buttons to explore- really enhances the experience. I also like that you can't master this in 30 seconds, that you have to take your time to increase your hand coordination skills to make a better sword. Great job!

Use that sword to crack the champagne!

Looks awesome!!!

So much detail! I want to see what it is like with the Leap Motion & Oculus Rift.

Nice experience!


Wow, looks amazing! I just kept loosing my hammer....


Like the concept and the hammering station was surprisingly fun! Pretty poor performance on my machine (i7, gtx970), and the locomotion was a little disorientating (non-controlled rotations and going through objects made me feel a little queasy.)

Lots of fun working with my hands in virtual 3D


This is amazing, well done. I love the music and thought the locomotion worked really well. I accidentally quit a few times while in the middle of tasks because of the right hand gesture, but I was blown away by the environments (especially the view out the window at the beginning) and highly enjoyed the experience as a whole. 5 stars :D

Pretty much the best gaming experience of my life.

10/10 it's alright