Releases Recap: September 19 – 23

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September 24, 2022
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This week, we released a bunch of titles and updates across the Quest and Rift Platforms. Here’s a rundown of the highlights:

DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate
Committing a crime is supposed to be nearly impossible in the sci-fi world of DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate. That makes the high-profile murder at the center of its story all the more mysterious, and you’ll have to use some nifty technology to traverse through dreams and memories to solve it. The game takes place in Astrum Close, a city that uses a special system to monitor the dreams of its inhabitants, quickly expunging any dark thoughts that could lead to crimes. So it comes as a shock when the founder of the city is found dead. You play as Hal Scion, an investigator who can dive into other people’s memories by touching different objects. Exploring the past will be crucial as you collect clues and evidence in the first episode, out now.

Perfect For: Fans of TOKYO CHRONOS, ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos, and Spice & Wolf VR
Developer: MyDearest Inc.
Available On: Quest 2
More Info: Solve a Bizarre Murder in ‘DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate’ Episode I, Out Today on Quest 2

Little Cities - Attractions
The Attractions Update is out now for Little Cities. This stylish free update for Purple Yonder’s cozy city creator empowers new and returning players alike to transform your little cities with dozens of delightful items. The Attractions Update brings with it an all-new collection of items, spanning everything from statues and fountains to donut shops and helter skelters! In addition to transforming the look and vibe of your city, getting creative with Attractions will delight your citizens and up your Style Rating, a new system that rewards innovative city creators with even more unlockable items, giving each location a fresh twist. Can you max out your Style Rating across all islands and archipelagos?

Perfect For: Fans of Cities VR, Spacefolk City, and A Township Tale
Developer: Purple Yonder
Available On: Quest Platform
More Info: Cozy City Sim ‘Little Cities’ Launches Free Attractions Update

Cubism - The Puzzle Editor Update
Have you ever wanted to create your own Cubism puzzles? Now you can! Cubism's latest update adds a local puzzle editor which lets you create your own puzzle designs. To enable the editor, just go the the settings and check the "Enable experimental puzzle editor" option. Puzzles are locally saved on your Quest as separate puzzle files, so you can offload them from your Quest and send them to your friends and family to try.

Perfect For: Fans of Puzzling Places, Arcsmith, and Gadgeteer
Developer: Thomas Van Bouwel
Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform

Morels: Homestead - Creator Mode
Morels: Homestead just released its Creator Mode update. In Creator Mode you will start your game with $1,000,000. This will allow you to completely focus on building your homestead right away. This mode is for anyone who would like to just focus on building their homestead without having to forage, harvest crops, metal detect, and take on quests to earn money. You can activate Creator Mode by starting a new game. Right after the beginning homestead previews it will ask you if you would like to start your game in Normal Mode or Creator Mode.

Perfect For: Fans of A Township Tale, Real VR Fishing, and Garden of the Sea
Developer: Abrams Studios LLC
Available On: Quest Platform

Spacefolk City - Talk Like a Pirate Day 2022
Blow me down and shiver me timbers, it finally be ‘ere! To celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day 2022, Spacefolk City announced that its new update is shipshape and ready to set sail. Introducing a new folk species, the pirate fish. Splice the mainbrace and pass out the grog! All hand hoy! Build a Skill Facility to activate their special ability: They’ll dig for treasure and heave up a coffer of Scrap. To complement this, there are new levels with fewer asteroids, so you’ll need to keep these seadogs busy digging up Scrap for your skullduggery. There’s also a new in-game camera for taking pictures of your cities, so it’s far easier to get great dramatic photos of your creations.

Perfect For: Fans of Cities VR, Little Cities, and A Township Tale
Developer: Moon Mode
Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform

FitXR - Meta Scoreboards
Would you like to know if you've beaten your previous best score? Curious how your scores stack up against your friends? Meta Scoreboards is a global record of every user's personal best score (starting from the launch date of the Meta Scoreboards feature). You don't need to do anything to register your scores. Every time you finish a new class or get a new personal best, your score is automatically submitted. Although your FitXR journey is all about unlocking your fitness, Meta Scoreboards introduces an element of playful competition. To access Meta Scoreboards, open the Scoreboards app from the Meta Quest home screen, then click on FitXR.

Perfect For: Fans of LES MILLS BODYCOMBAT, Supernatural, and Holofit by Holodia
Developer: FitXR
Available On: Quest Platform


Looking for more content to check out this week? We’ve got you covered with Oculus TV and Venues in Horizon Worlds:


Visit the Store on the Quest and Rift Platforms for even more immersive content. We’ll see you back here next week for another batch of releases.