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  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit with Service Pack 1, Windows 8.1 64-bit, or Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350 or greater
  • Memory: 4 GB of RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD 290 equivalent or greater
  • Storage: 2 GB of available space
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Carnival Games VR brings you an absorbing new experience in virtual reality that will allow you to explore the park, interact with your visitors and play up to 12 different games! Enter the thematic streets of the fair where you can play and win coupons for fun virtual prizes or unlock another game. Whether climbing a castle on the Climbing Wall, rolling to get the highest score in the Ball Hall or shooting basketballs in Baskets, there is something for everyone.


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Not compatible with Oculus
Absolutely incorrect. It works fine with Oculus. I just played it using my Quest 2 and Virtual Desktop and no issues.
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Quote from Waffles11 :
Can you name some please?

I got this for a cheap a while ago and there are maybe 3 games on it worth playing more than once, 2 of which are shooting galleries but still worth a buck to me
Probably referring to NVIDIA Funhouse on Steam
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Quote from gubanotorious :
Probably referring to NVIDIA Funhouse on Steam
Ah yeah I have that and it's better
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Not even with Virtual Desktop?
It absolutely works with Virtual Desktop. Looks like we have some VR noobs running around here making incorrect statements. If you know what you are doing, it works fine on Oculus and well worth $1
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I dug a little and it looks like the game will crash for an oculus rift or quest during the tutorial. The fix is to set the particular game/exe file to run in Windows 7 Compatibility mode.

May not be worth the hassle, even for $1, unless you are very interested in the game theme. I am a little tempted, though will probably opt out since the reviews are just ok/meh.
I didn't have to do that, running Win 10 with latest patches via Virtual Desktop / Quest 2
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Quote from gullzway :
That's a little vague. Oculus what? Works with my Oculus Rift CV1 last I checked.
He might be testing with an Oculus DK2? 😂
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A bit of a sidebar - but can someone recommend what 'economy' VR setup a newbie with an older Alienware Area 51 desktop could start with? Don't want to drop more than $400 but also want enough quality that I avoid getting nauseous. TIA
I upgraded my older i3 so it could run VR...here's what I did:
1. Ryzen 3600 ($200)
2. New Mobo ($100)
3. 32 GB PC3200 RAM ($120)

Luckily I had a 6gb 1060 from a few years back which is the base card that can run VR. Altogether put in $450 to upgrade my PC (reused m2 and SSD, HDD, and Case)

Runs Oculus Quest 2 with a $15 Link cable like a charm.
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whoops
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Last edited by TheGoonies January 14, 2021 at 02:31 PM. Reason: wrong game
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You tried Virtual Desktop (with patch)?
With the latest virtual desktop and USB-C with link
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A bit of a sidebar - but can someone recommend what 'economy' VR setup a newbie with an older Alienware Area 51 desktop could start with? Don't want to drop more than $400 but also want enough quality that I avoid getting nauseous. TIA
As long as your okay with using a facebook account, the Oculus Quest 2 is the best budget VR headset on the market by a wide margin. And it's actually pretty damn good going up against headsets 2-3x it's cost. Since it's a standalone headset that also works with PCVR, you can get away with an older PC and still enjoy games on the headset's internal specs if your PC isn't up to snuff. But if you do have a a VR ready PC, then you get the benefits of a wireless connection with paid app Virtual Desktop.
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2016 release date..wow! Old!! I have the CV1..play it daily..and now only play new releases since there has been much advancement...currently playing Tarzan, Ven, and Walking Dead..
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Works fine with WMR. After having a blast with the Wii version, was hoping the VR version would be similar. Pure junk. Tried, but after 30 minutes, uninstalled. It's just a very poor experience all the way around. Rate it a 1 on a scale of 10, while the Wii version rates an 8 out of 10 here.
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As long as your okay with using a facebook account, the Oculus Quest 2 is the best budget VR headset on the market by a wide margin. And it's actually pretty damn good going up against headsets 2-3x it's cost. Since it's a standalone headset that also works with PCVR, you can get away with an older PC and still enjoy games on the headset's internal specs if your PC isn't up to snuff. But if you do have a a VR ready PC, then you get the benefits of a wireless connection with paid app Virtual Desktop.
This is 100% correct. Coming from someone with a Rift, used to have a vive and also owns both a quest and quest 2. Without question, right now the Quest 2 is the best under $1000 bang for your buck.
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#44
Quote from Lucent :
"The product code you've enetered has already been activated by a different Steam account."

Looks like they're selling recycled keys. Watch out. I'm sure the return/dispute process is miserable.
Same with my purchase.
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Same with my purchase.
Maybe the process won't be so horrible. They've already replied to my case with the following requests:

So that we can investigate this for you further, could you please tell us the exact code that you're using? Please type the code out for us in your reply, and provide screenshots of any error messages that you have. Also, please take a screenshot of your Steam account by following the instructions below:
Licenses Section
1. Open up the Steam App
2. Click on your Steam username (top-right corner)
3. Click 'Account Details'
4. Click 'View licenses and product key activations'
5. Screenshot everything, with all items clearly visible. You might need to scroll and screenshot multiple times to capture everything.
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