The winners of the Oculus and IndieCade VR Jam have been announced – both of which include internet hacking.
We all wish we could hack computers, don’t we? No? No, of course we don’t.
I used to…ahem…I used to have a mate, who, back before the days of Facebook and the score of other social media sites now available, took great pleasure in hacking into his other mates’ MSN Messenger accounts by guessing their passwords and messing up their contacts.
Nowadays, we have game jams for this sort of hi jinx. The winners of the 2013 Oculus VR Jam both included elements of internet hacking – Ceiss by E. McNeil who won the Open Call grand prize and Virtual Internet Hacker by Lau Korsgaard who won the IndieCade Selected Developers grand prize.
Both winners will receive $10’000 each, not to mention a trip to LA next month to attend IndieCade 2013. Although Virtual Internet Hacker isn’t available for download, Ceiss can be downloaded here if you’re lucky enough to have access to an Oculus dev kit, and here if not.
Check out the runners up at the VR Jam page, as well as the full list of finalists.