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A tongue-in-cheek virtual reality experience for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift + Touch. In a world where robots have replaced all human jobs, step into the “Job Simulator” to learn what it was like ‘to job’. he game also features a special “spectator mode” that serves to provide a more entertaining perspective to the viewers who are observing someone playing the game: aside from the first person view, the player wearing the helmet can position cameras around themselves and switch between them, which then provide a viewport to the external screen of the VR setup; the player is then represented as a disembodied VR helmet and two gloves. This is only available on Windows. Repacklab.com sexy games
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- Throw a stapler at your boss!
- Learn to ‘job’ in four not-so historically accurate representations of work life before society was automated by robots!
- Use your hands to stack, manipulate, throw, and smash physics objects in an inexplicably satisfying way!
- Aggressively chug coffee and eat questionable food from the trash!
- Use the confluence of decades of VR research to accurately track your every movement to sub-millimeter precision so that you eat VR donuts, of course!
- Able to juggle tomatoes in real life? Do it in VR! Unable to juggle?
- There’s no cleanup required in VR!
- Gain valuable life experience by firing new employees, serving slushy treats, brewing English tea, and ripping apart car engines!
- Have a comfortable VR experience where vomiting is solely a gameplay mechanic, not a side-effect!
- Work the never-ending night shift with Infinite Overtime mode!
About the game
Job Simulator: The 2050 Archives is a virtual reality simulation video game developed and published by Owlchemy Labs for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Oculus Quest in which players participate in comical approximations of real-world jobs. A sequel, Vacation Simulator, was released in 2019. Much of the game’s humor comes from both stereotypical and exaggerated situations in the jobs performed: as a chef, the player is asked to bribe a food critic and navigate around the particular allergies of an underage customer having a birthday (however, the game doesn’t punish you if you don’t); as a car mechanic, the boss instructs the player to sabotage cars or strip a car for parts. First Feudal
Some of the game’s humor comes from puns and other forms of word play: as an auto mechanic, one of the nine varieties of tires the player can give customers resembles a chocolate-covered doughnut with sprinkles as a play on the informal term “donut tires” often used to describe compact spare tires that are generally unsuitable for driving long distances; as a chef, the player is instructed to bake a cake for an underage customer’s birthday party, and one of the ingredients is a flower, which sounds phonetically similar to “flour.” The instructor also continually comments on the human nature of the jobs being at odds with the efficiency of robots, the obsolescence of humans in general, and at one point references an event called “the human uprising of 2027”.
Players participate in simulated jobs in a job museum run by robots resembling floating CRT computer monitors with faces. The jobs are represented as tongue-in-cheek approximations of real occupations: “Auto Mechanic”, “Gourmet Chef”, “Store Clerk” and “Office Worker”. Accompanied by a computer character who provides exposition and instructions, players perform tasks associated with that occupation, some realistic and others comical. For example, in the “Office Worker” simulation, players engage in activities like evaluating new employees and transferring calls, but are also called upon to eat doughnuts, share photos at the water cooler, and participate in other office tasks. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Using the motion controllers of the HTC Vive, Oculus Touch, PlayStation Move, Windows Mixed Reality headsets, or Valve Index, or depending on the platform, to represent their hands, players interact with the virtual environment similarly to how they would in real life. Most objects within the player’s reach can be interacted with – many can be picked up and manipulated, while fixed objects such as keyboards and appliances will have buttons, levers, or dials that the player can utilize. After completing a certain amount of tasks, the player is offered to go back to the museum or continue interacting with the environment. Once the player completes all four job simulations, they’re offered a variety of modifiers that change the physics of the gameplay.
This game is pretty fun but also kind of short. If you are willing to pay a bit of money for a shorter game, then this is for you! If it is on sale (I got through HumbleBundle) I would reccomend it. I was able to beat the main parts (no JobGenie or overtime, just main game) in under 3 hours. Amazing game to pick up if you are new to VR. Controls are simple, there are no time limits and it is incredibly fun! I have also later picked up Vacation Simulator, but I think this game is much better by being a bit more simple and requires less physical space for a playroom. Far Cry 3
If you, like me, are a remote worker who doesn’t miss the office at all… this game is for you. The office job simulator, one of the 4 presented, is a hilarious parody of that dreaded cubicle we are not missing. The other 3 simulators are well done as well. I have completed all achievements in about 3 hours so it’s quite short, but this is not really a problem nowadays with the amount of games to play. I enjoy this game. Me and my brother took turns playing it. I will remember this as one of the first VR games I played in my life. VR Kanojo
Add-ons (DLC): Job Simulator
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OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10
Processor: CPU: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or better
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: N/A
Additional Notes: VR ONLY!
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