I make Motion Control Games for the Razer Hydra
It doesn't have enough games taking advantage of its awesome technology, so I'm learning how to program them myself. I started making games in Blender 3D / Python. I'm transitioning to Unreal Engine 4 / C++ for its VR, 3D, Graphical and Audio capabilities.
You'll need Blender 3D 2.75
These games require Blender 2.75 x64. I could release all these games as standalone downloads, but it's faster to grab blender once, and then grab games for <1mb each.
Blender Game Engine Games
Unreal Engine 4 Games
These games are standalone, and can be played on high power systems.
Unspeakable Violence: In Full Control - Unreleased
Drone Warz: Motion Control Party Game.
Battle 7 friends, or just chill in the sky with Drone Warz' natural flight control interface.
Explore 5 inventive worlds, launch guided missiles, fire semi-interesting guns and crash
This minigame demonstrates flight and aim control in motion control gaming.
Crazy Awesome Razer Hydra Motion Control Interface
Gamepad / Mouse / Keyboard support
Drone Warz Controls: Download / View
Stereo 3D settings can be adjusted for various 3D display types.
Tofu Alley - Razer Hydra Exclusive Motion Control Minigame
Tofu is flying out of a dark alley into the streets of citiopolis, and there is only one way to stop it! You!
You, great master of the flying bats, have been chosen to save the city from Dr. Vegetarious' flying tofu. You must keep the city safe until the mayor bans flying tofu forever.
This minigame demonstrates one of the many possibilities of motion control: the ability to reach right into the game, and swing the bats with 1:1 accuracy. The harder you swing in real life, the harder you hit in the game.
2 Players Coop available: you each get one bat.
3rd and 4th players control tofu using keyboards.
You cannot play the game without a Hydra.
Interlaced, Side by Side, Quadbuffer and Anaglyph 3D are supported.
You cannot use nVision 3D to play this game, because nVidia disables OpenGL 3D on gaming cards.
Throw Stuff Around.
Drive a car around, and throw stuff around. Shoot stuff, throw stuff, flip, drive, jump and win.
1v1 splitscreen multiplayer. 1 Hydra for 2 Players.
Land crazy stunts in this stunt park using your hand's angular velocity to flip and spin in the air.
Single Player and Split Screen multiplayer. 1 Hydra for 2 Players.
Made with Blender Game Engine - 2.74. Grab Blender for full editing / 3D options.
Space Robot Shooter.
Dodge, duck, and fire back on the fiendish waves of robots, connecting one hydra to yourself, and using the other as a ray blaster.
It's basically a rip-off of hydra cover shooter, but for people without a rift.
Ghost Town Shootout
1v1 Splitscreen - Your hydra is a gun. Shoot the other Ghost's hat off to win.
Ghost Dude RPG
A robot and his Ghost are forced to clean out his basement. The ghost can help by moving through walls. The robot can help by shooting evil slugs that sap the Ghost's happiness. The Ghost is 1:1 control from the right hand, and the robot is based off left hand position.
Tiny Little Games
These work best passive 3D displays in Blender 3D. They're very little and perhaps amusing. Except one. It's horrible. Don't play it.
These games are not very interesting, but might amuse you for a minute or two.
3D Tech Demos.
These work best passive 3D displays in Blender 3D.
Make your own motion control games.
Seriously. Use Blender 3D and the supplied template, and you'll be up and running in no time, or just read the code in my other games. It's very well commented. Each games uses different control schemes, and Drone Warz even works with multiple Hydras, so there's a lot of different ways to start. Feel free to use them as a template to get your game started. you can also try this really old template I made.
Download v01 Here
Unspeakable Violence: In Full Control.
Think you're a pro gamer? Well son, the game has changed.
We here in the future don't care about how well you can point and click, we care about how well you can rip apart worlds... with your own hands.
UVIFC is a motion control game based on the Razer Hydra motion controller using Sixense technology.
You're given control of a robot, and its hand movement follows your own, giving you unprecedented access to 1:1 sword fighting, wrestling moves, dual wielding, dismembering robots, shooting behind yourself, and in general, wreaking more havoc than you could imagine.
That's right. If you're looking for the future of gaming, that future is here now. Just click the download link that doesn't exist yet because this game is so futuristic, it hasn't even been released yet!
Details some time in 2015.