Our first VR narrative release, Archipelago, is a 30 minute navigable comic set on a series of islands containing 65 characters, 6,787 lines of dialogue, and 3 or 4 chickens. Archipelago's written content is roughly equivalent to a 100 page book. It would take more than 30 hours to follow every single character from start to finish.

“Truly a unique idea in a sea of many familiar ones.” -The VR Shop

Get Archipelago for Oculus Rift or on Steam

A navigable VR comic for Oculus Rift.

If you are a writer or comics artist interested in helping forge a path forward in VR comics, drop me a line! Also you might want to check out the "screenplay" and storyboard for Archipelago below. 




Before Archipelago, and consumer VR, Walkie Entertainment released the first navigable motion picture "Yacona Patova", a silent movie you can "walk around in", for the iPad. Still available today!

Official app preview of the Yacona Patova iPad app. A navigable motion picture before consumer VR was available. Yacona Patova is being ported to VR for release in early 2017.

The name "Yacona Patova" was inspired by William Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha County. Faulkner imagined and created a fictional town in which he set all but three of his novels. He even went so far as to create a map of the town.

Tools & pipeline built by Unity Code.