Discover space like never before in this aesthetic and inspiring experience. Travel to the eight planets of the Solar System. Features stunning visuals, bold sound effects, support of motion-controllers and level streaming with no loading screens for total immersion.
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Mixed (25) - 68% of the 25 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Mar 8, 2017

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July 24

[HOTFIX 1.1.1] Travel system fix

  • fixed a gamebreaking bug that prevented you from continuing your travel

A big thank you to the reddit users Yomerb and ManOrAstroman for pointing this out. I'm really sorry for the inconvenience caused by this.

If you run into any further issues, please let me know, any feedback is greatly appreciated.

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July 17

[PATCH 1.1.0] Content update - Earthrise

Hi guys!

I'm really excited to present you the new update of Spacetours VR today. Thanks to the support of everybody I was able to develop a lot of new features. Many of them were created based on community feedback and criticism, thank you for your input!

In V 1.1.0 Spacetours VR is closing the gap from a visually driven experience to an eductional explanation of our Solar System. Greatly increasing the depth of the experience, the new database and model viewer features introduce a new way of learning about the celestial bodies around us.
I really love the new content and hope you will like it too. Spacetours VR also became more beautiful, go check it out!



New Features
  • info panels for planets, moons and probes, accessible on your display column

Each object in the game has now a description of its key features. Planets offer comparisons to Earth like scale and weight. The info panels for each planet are accessible by hovering over the glowing button “touch to open” on the top of your display column with your motion controllers.
The tabs for moons and probes can also be opened and closed by hovering over the respecting buttons.

  • 3d model viewer planets structural layers

Planets on the info panels can be grabbed by holding the trigger of your controller when near them. When holding them you can access a scaled view with descriptions of the various structural layers by hovering over the button.

  • 3d model viewer moons geographical data

Moons on the info panels can also be grabbed like the other items. The detail mode offers a geographical survey and highlights key features on the surface.

  • 3d model viewer probes with technical components explained

Grabbing probes from the info panels lets you access a detail mode with technical explanations of the various components they are made as well as the utility they provide. The detail view also has an explanation of the event that can be triggered by pointing your beam on the probe in orbit.
Some probes like MAVEN and Voyager have little extra event that can be triggered in this view.

  • Earthrise - surface level moon surface

Originally the focus of this patch who would miss out on the first surface level positioned at the Apollo 15 landing site. Be aware the surface level is an experimental feature and will challenge the power of your system. Therefore it is a little harder to reach by attracting the moon in Earth's orbit with your beam and placing it on the console.

  • Spacetours VR's shader models have been reworked to achieve a new level of image quality. Visuals are now much crisper at the same performance levels. The amount of detail in a large number of maps has also been increased.
  • The display column now offers a visual feedback for the next step required to proceed.

  • fixed a bug where triggers for warp jump did not activate when placing the controllers at their position before their spawn. Warp jump will now always activate.
  • fixed a bug where the markers and platforms from the ISS vista points did not despawn when changing levels.
  • fixed a bug where it was impossible to return to Earth under certain circumstances.

Please be aware that the info panels are only available in English so far. A localization to German and Chinese will follow soon.

Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Info-Panels nur auf Englisch verfügbar sind. Eine Lokalisierung auf deutsch und chinesisch wird demnächst folgen.

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“... polished and graphically impressing ... fantastic for demoing, a great introduction to VR ... best in its class for what it is ... In terms of scenery perfectly holds up to Lone Echo.”
VR Roundtable

Feature List

  • Visit the eight planets of the Solar System in this inspiring VR experience, encounter the space probes that made all this possible.
  • Very suitable for players new to VR, dynamic environments with gentle movement.
  • Developed for VR with intuitive motion-controls in separate formats for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
  • Photo-realistic planets created from hundreds of NASA and ESA/O images brought to life with Epic's Unreal Engine.
  • Non-linear gameplay - Choose your travel destination and the events you want to see.
  • State-of-the-art level streaming technique with no loading screens.

About This Game

Welcome to SPACETOURS VR, the galaxy's finest agency for interplanetary travel. Our all-inclusive premium package EP1 offers unlimited travels to the orbit of the eight planets of the Solar System, where you glide chasing the sun on your personal platform.

Indulge in our fully hipster-style compatible travel pod, taking you to your favoured destinations in the blink of an eye. Our ambition as the galaxies finest travel agency is to provide you with the experiences YOU want to see, so the path of your journey can be shaped by your desires. SPACETOURS VR also offers an -optional- entertainment program at various locations, included in this package.

As companions during your stay, the mechanical pioneers of the respective planets have been fully restored and relaunched. Earth orbit for example offers the largest space station men have ever build, known in history books as the "International Space Station", equipped with several vista spots conveniently accessible from your base platform. In the unlikely event of a troublesome encounter with Deimos, your beam can also be used to call in armed support. Please be aware that SPACETOURS VR does not cover any damage caused by customers on their travels.

So leave the world outside behind and join SPACETOURS VR right now!

Included features of package EP1 The Solar System:

  • Interactive lobby with amenities
    Lights, sound, music and exploding logo. What more can you expect? Ah yes and don't sit on the chairs.
  • Luxurious travel capsule
    Your retractable shell offers shelter from the empty space for the light-hearted, and of course - travel in style.
  • Lower Earth Orbit
    Check out the first man-made object in space SPUTNIK and see the amazing vista points around the ISS.
  • Mars
    Meet MAVEN, one of the top photographers when it comes to Mars. Avoid DEIMOS, the unstable moon of Mars. If you can't, well you read about armed support earlier didn't you?
  • Saturn
    Nobody does Saturn like CASSINI-HUYGENS does. For the ultimate dust-ring-sparkle-action, just point your beam at her.
  • Jupiter
    Don't miss out on Jupiter with all the moons around. (He's on the right.)
  • Mercury
    You thought the Caribbean was the ultimate place to worship the sun? Wait till you've been on mercury! A sunscreen with UV-factor not less then 7e³ is highly recommended.
  • Venus
    That's not the Venus I know! See what's really under Venus' cloudy cloths - MAGELLAN is the man.
  • Neptune
    Wait what?! NEW HORIZONS on Neptune?! Well, where else can you go when your home got revoked planetary status.
  • Uranus
    [ˈju(ə)rənəs] is how it is pronounced.

*destinations sorted by visitor popularity.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 64bit
    • Processor: i5-4590 or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 1100 MB available space
    • OS: Windows 10 64bit
    • Processor: i7-5930K or equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 1100 MB available space
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