VR storybook game Luna is even more mesmerizing on Magic Leap’s headset

A year ago, virtual reality game Luna came out for the Oculus Rift and Microsoft’s Mixed Reality platform. Designed by Funomena, a studio founded by two of the designers who helped build acclaimed indie game Journey, Luna was unlike any other VR game to date. It looked like a storybook come to life. Instead of placing players in the body of a gun-slinging android or a Marvel superhero, it told a fairy tale about an owl, a bird, and a fractured moon. Through puzzle-solving, players traversed the bird’s narrative, rebuilt forests and lakes, and interacted with the creatures of nature.

Now, inspired by the possibilities of augmented reality, Funomena has rebuilt a smaller version of Luna specifically for the Magic Leap One headset. It’s…

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