Version 1.1.2 of Qbeh-1 has just been released on Steam and adds compatibility with Oculus Rift DK2 (also DK1, of course) on Windows and Mac thanks to the Oculus SDK 0.4.1. When launching it from Steam it will ask us if we want to use the direct or the extended mode, and although both modes work, there are some caveats that we will comment below.
And there are still things to be polished, by Oculus and / or the developers. The game is made in Unity, and if we want to use the direct mode with AMD graphics, we will need to add the -force-d3d11 parameter to the Steam launch options, but according to our tests, the game uses the refresh rate of the main monitor, so we will be limited to 60 Hz and we will not take advantage of the 75 of the DK2. On the other hand, in extended mode it works perfectly, without the need for additional parameters, and uses the 75 Hz and the low persistence.
Qbeh-1 The Atlas Cube is an exploration and puzzle game in which we will have to collect cubes that we can use later to place them in the form of a ladder and overcome the different levels. The action is slow and we can contemplate the scenarios with tranquility, without enemies that bother us. There are different types of cube: blocks, energy and gravity manipulators, as well as different environments with several levels each. We can get hold of Qbeh-1 for € 8.99 on Steam, or play the free demo (also compatible with Oculus Rift), available at that same link.