If you have previously purchased Jigsaw 360 on itch.io you can now claim an Oculus Quest key. See the link for details: https://itch.io/docs/buying/already-bought
Available for purchase on Oculus Home
...while completing beautifully detailed spherical jigsaws on your Oculus Quest. The new way to experience a traditional puzzle. Suitable for all ages with between 8 and 162 pieces. Choose from 10 scenes or add your own.
Only possible in VR. Find yourself stood inside the jigsaw. Use your tracked controllers to precisely place your pieces as you build the spherical puzzle. Rotate the jigsaw and scene to see it from different angles or simply walk around the jigsaw. Traditional flat jigsaws are also included.
What to expect
- Be relaxed by the music
- Calmed by the sounds of nature, rain or waves
- Grab and manipulate pieces with ease
- Feel the haptic feedback as you move and click pieces into place
- Room-scale or forward facing play supported
Add custom scenes - thousands freely available online.
For example, you can search on Flickr for equirectangular photos.
Custom scenes should be saved as an equirectangular .png file, sized at 8192 x 4096 or 4096 x 2048 and copied onto your Quest at /Pictures/360. You will need to create the 360 directory.
How to install
The download page will provide you with a button [Get download key]. The following link will describe how to redeem your key in the Oculus store:
Redeem your promo code (oculus.com)
Once redeemed you should see (maybe after quite a while) the game listed under the "Not installed" or "All" sections of your library in your Quest and you can then install the game.
If it doesn't appear, try searching for "Jigsaw 360" (use exact text, including the space) in the store. Expand the App Lab link and click the button to install the game. The game should be listed as free because you redeemed the key.
When first launching the app it will ask for permission to access your files and folders. This is to allow your custom photos to be loaded.