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VR Funhouse is the first video game created by NVIDIA that’s also designed to leverage the immense horsepower of its next-generation GeForce GTX 10 series GPUs.
Built to take advantage of VRWorks for the best possible performance and visual fidelity in VR as well as a variety of advanced GameWorks technologies, VR Funhouse is a collection of carnival mini games that showcase how immersive and entertaining VR can be.
Games you can play in VR Funhouse include everything from firing Flow powered flaming arrows into targets to carnival classics like Whack-A-Mole complete with critters covered in realistic fur enhanced with NVIDIA HairWorks. Now NVIDIA has released new mods for VR Funhouse that take the experience to a new level by allowing players to customize and shape the game.
Five all-new mods are available to download for VR Funhouse, which include the ability to swap out the shooting gallery pistol for a Tommy Gun, set the game’s mechanical moles’ hair on fire, shoot slow-motion goo at clowns, whack moles in 360 degrees, and cover your virtual carnival in a big colorful tent.
Experienced and aspiring modders can also create their very own mods in the game by downloading the VR Funhouse Mod Kit. Once you build your own mods, you can share your creations with the world.
VR Funhouse is now available to download on PC via Steam for free. To play the game, you’ll need an HTC Vive and a gaming PC equipped with a minimum of an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (a GTX 1080 recommended for the best possible VR experience). You can also visit the VR Funhouse Steam Workshop page to browse and download community-created mods for VR Funhouse.