Heaven Forest - VR MMO
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Heaven Forest - VR MMO - Windows
- HTC Vive, OSVR & Rift CV1$0.99
You will discover that the answer to many of life's most profound questions is right within you. Are we just complicated collections of matter moving in patterns and obeying to impersonal laws of physics? Or are we part of a great and significant plan? We ofter feel connected to the universe in some way that trascends the merely physical, whether it's the sense of awe when we contemplate the sea or the sky, or the love we feel when we're close to someone we care about. You might feel insignificant in the vastness of the cosmos, and perhaps you become alienated by thinking that your atoms obey to impersonal laws of physics, but all in all you are personally creating the world at every moment, just by looking at it. Is there a plan designed by a superior being? Or is it all casual? We don't know exactly how the universe began, or if it's the only universe. We don't know the ultimate laws of physics. We don't know how life began or how consciousness arose. Since our mind is limited and conditioned, our eyes see only a fraction of reality. Knowledge, like most other things in life, is never perfect. The problem is that our observations could well be mistaken. So, are we sure that the world we perceive with our senses is all there is? Or is there something else? Is there something beyond the physical? Our most direct and tangible connection to the world around us is through our senses. Though sight and touch we come to understand. But there are times when we experience reality at a deeper level, without the intermediation of our senses. How are we to account for such experiences? Everyone has his own story and his own vision about life and it changes over time, but we are all connected to the whole universe.
OS: Windows Vista Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.4 GHz Memory: 2 GB RAM Graphics: Nvidia GTX 570 Storage: 1 GB available space Additional Notes: The game runs even without VR devices