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Playable on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, PlayStation VR
Remember Myst, the incredibly photorealistic (at the time) puzzle adventure that made CD-ROM a must for personal computers back in 1993?
Obduction is the next game from that same team, with that same eerie sense of being transported to a mysterious world filled with interlocking puzzles to solve.
You don’t have to play it in VR, mind you, but the feeling of being inside such an alien yet familiar world is pretty intense and well worth a look. Teleporting around to move can be a bit jarring at times, though, and the touch controls can feel clumsy.