Dawn of Exile

This game originated as a part of an engineering thesis. Its main purpose is to help technology teachers with passing practical skills in an efficient and attractive way, which is possible due to the usage of VR technology.

Big thanks to EduVRlab for lending room and resources! 🙂

The project is still in a very early stadium but considering the highly enthusiastic response from school kids, we decided to continue developing it to a fully playable version.

Platform: Oculus Go/ Go 2, Oculus Quest/Quest 2
Genre: wilderness survival
Price: free for educational units
Multi: in development

This game originated as a part of an engineering thesis. Its main purpose is to help technology teachers with passing practical skills in an efficient and attractive way, which is possible due to the usage of VR technology.

Big thanks to EduVRlab for lending room and resources! 🙂

The project is still in a very early stadium but considering the highly enthusiastic response from school kids, we decided to continue developing it to a fully playable version.

Platform: Oculus Go/ Go 2, Oculus Quest/Quest 2
Genre: wilderness survival
Price: free for educational units
Multi: in development

Follow humanity’s milestones in low-poly style! Shape your own adventure while exploring a tropical jungle. Gather resources to craft items and build unique villages with your friends. Let yourself get fully absorbed by diving into VR headset and discover all secrets on the island.

Why did we make this game

Before the first scripts were written, we conducted interviews with kids and teachers to delve into their interests and schools’ realities. We needed to find what purse do the principles actually have out and what are the possibilities to adapt the facilities to proper technical sciences teaching.
It turned out that with the current school’s budget it’s impossible to build an appropriate room and fill it with the necessary equipment. Buying a VR headset would be a much cheaper and easier method to fit in a current structure.
After the prototype version was finished, we invited students and their teachers to test the game. Everyone has really enjoyed the gameplay and gave us a lot of clues and ideas for further development.

What testers said

Teachers could make good use of this game on many school subjects.

It’s extremely playable!

Never seen a similar idea.

Let’s build something together!