Games like Mirror’s Edge are the dream of any virtual reality lover, despite the fact that the fast and dizzying action can pose a problem for more than one. Lemma is a title that follows that line, also with a female protagonist in the first person, and where we also see our avatar. Its author received his DK2 and could not stop until he adapted the game to it.
What is striking about Lemma is that we will be able to alter the environment through different systems that work together. The first one allows us to extend a wall or platform by simply walking along the edge, we simply have to keep running as if the wall did not end, and the game will extend it for us. The second system can be activated while we are in the air. The game predicts our direction, activates a slow motion mode and offers us various structures that we can use to maintain the moment. They will be transparent until we touch them; performing any parkour movement on them will turn them into real ones.
As for the Oculus Rift support, the virtual reality mode is 100% functional, pending some small adjustments to the user interface. And by the way, the author has published the source code on Github, in case anyone wants to modify it to their liking. The game will be finished in November and recently the author has given away some keys on Steam for a lucky few to try it out.