Professional Services
Order outsourcing

Play Minecraft in Real Life with This AR App for Meta Quest

BlockVerse creates a sense of verticality so you have to be careful where you're going.

Real-life Minecraft is closer than you might think: with BlockVerse, you can dig holes and build houses right in your yard, in a nearby park, or simply at home. 

Developed by Running Pixel, the app is a great way to enjoy the game in augmented reality (AR) with Meta Quest's passthrough feature. If making elaborate castles is not why you love Minecraft, there is a survival mode where you can fight hordes of zombies instead.

Image credit: Running Pixel

Image credit: Running Pixel

When you get bored of the scenery around you, get into the virtual infinite world to create peacefully or battle against monsters.

YouTuber AwakenToast has demonstrated the capabilities of the app in one of the recent videos, noting a sense of verticality you get when playing. Holes you dig, chasms, and caves all look deep, and there's physics at play, which is probably the next part. 

Image credit: AwakenToast

Image credit: AwakenToast

The controls look responsive, and the whole idea of touching grass both in the game and in reality is worth giving BlockVerse a shot if you aren't afraid of waving your hands around with a VR headset in front of your eyes in public. 

The game works with all Meta Quests and costs $9.99. Get it here and join our 80 Level Talent platform and our Telegram channel, follow us on InstagramTwitter, and LinkedIn, where we share breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.

Join discussion

Comments 0

    You might also like

    We need your consent

    We use cookies on this website to make your browsing experience better. By using the site you agree to our use of cookies.Learn more