Oh, what a time to be alive. Just when I thought I’d seen the strangest stuff VR had for me, I discover George in the Tub, a satirical dig at former US politicians within a placid VR experience.
In the game, players relax in a bathtub while simultaneously painting with a VR controller. As the painting takes shape, it’s revealed by way of the subject matter that they’re inhabiting the body of former US president George W. Bush. The game was picked up by VR funding platform Kaleidoscope last year.
I’m so hyped for this VR experience by @TenderClaws in which you are GW Bush painting a self portrait in the…
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