Please, Don’t Touch Anything is a cryptic, brain-racking button-pushing simulation. Now available in VR for Oculus Touch, Oculus Rift, and Gear VR!
Sounds simple, right?
Covering for a colleague who is taking a bathroom break, you find yourself in front of a mysterious panel where the only component is a red button. And since you’ve clearly been instructed not to touch anything, the only thing you want to do now is push that damned button.
Now for Oculus Touch!
Forget controllers. The Oculus Touch’s intuitive and ergonomic design blurs the lines between your real hand and your virtual one. Tracking is precise and the Touch’s ergonomic handle design makes hand poses and social gestures a more immersive VR experience.
Reimagined for VR
The award-winning PC game has been fully reimagined in 3D for Virtual Reality. Built for fans of the original with new ways to discover familiar enigmas and endings, or for new players ready to explore the mysterious console for the first time.
New Enigmas & Endings
Along with newly designed VR-exclusive puzzles and endings, all 25 of the original enigmas have been modified to take full advantage of the ability to explore the space with new ways to discover clues and reveal VR-enhanced mind-bending endings.
Tap, Press, and Touch
Please, Don’t Touch Anything can be played on the GearVR and the Oculus Rift. The innovative interaction system allows players to push the red button, pick up and open a binder full of notes, tap on the screen, or grab the hammer and bash away until all the secrets are revealed!
GDC 2016 “Please, Don’t Touch Anything in VR was definitely one of the highlights out of everything I saw this week.”Jared Nelson
“If you’re looking for a puzzle game that will make you both laugh and jump, I can easily recommend Please, Don’t Touch Anything, even if you’ve played the original.” – 9/10Jed Whitaker
“PDTA works remarkably well in VR, and features uncountable numbers of clickable puzzle elements that litter the whole bunker—above, below, left, right, and behind—keeping things fresh and clearly in the spirit of immersive 3D environments. ” – 4.7/5Scott Hayden