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Head to the Fun Fair as Carnival Games VR Arrives for HTC Vive and PlayStation VR

An Oculus Rift version will also be available in December.

Back in August VRFocus reported on 2K Games planning a virtual reality (VR) version of the popular mini-game title Carnival Games, created by Cat Daddy Games. Today Carnival Games VR has arrived for Sony Interactive Entertainment’s (SIE) PlayStation VR and HTC Vive.

Carnival Games VR-Alleyball

Set in theme park the title has 12 mini-games available:

Alley Ball – score by rolling nine balls down the lane and into the holes at the end.

Ring Toss – try to toss five rings onto pegs for points.

Golden Arm – try to knock over the golden milk jug(s) with a baseball.

Down The Stretch – be the first to finish the race by rolling the ball into the holes at the end of the ramp.

Pop Darts – pop as many balloons as possible with six darts.

Shooting Gallery – with unlimited shots, hit as many targets as possible against the clock.

Climbing Wall –  climb as fast as you can to reach the treasure at the top of the wall.

Shark Tank – try to dunk all three patrons by throwing the ball at the moving target.

Funnel Cake Stacker – catch as many funnel cakes on the tray as possible.

Swish: score as many baskets as possible in 60 seconds.

Haunted House – shoot at the ghosts.

Fast Pitch – catch as many pitches as possible.

“2K is proud to make our debut in the exciting world of VR with an accessible and lighthearted entertainment experience,” said Sarah Anderson, SVP of Marketing at 2K. “Carnival Games VR’s stylized interactive environments and mini-games make it the perfect way to enjoy virtual reality with family and friends.”

Carnival Games VR is available as a digital download for $19.99 USD/£15.99 GBP for both HMDs, and a version for Oculus Rift will be arriving on 6th December, the same date as the Oculus Touch launch.

VRFocus will continue its coverage of 2k Games, reporting back with any further VR news.

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