For me (buying from UK reseller), in the vive box there was a flyer with a unique code on it. I used that code on the viveport store website where I then received an email with individual codes for each item. I got Everest, Plank, and StarTrek. Everest and Plank codes were used in the vive software and the Startrek game was from within steam.
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Hi orl0x, Welcome, I typed you a nice, verbose reply and lost it, so this will be quicker: 0 - I had to come back and insert Google Earth VR. This is simply cool as sh_t. 1 - If you like music, go get Audioshield right away. 2 - I liked The Lab. All the games in there were fun. I like shooting the bow & arrow. 3 - I did not like HoverJunkers even though it was highly touted. Maybe I missed the "wave" of popularity. 4 - I liked Time Machine VR. It is low key, relaxing, literally and figuratively immersive, and gave me a few hours fun. 5 - Make sure you check Vive because a lot of their stuff is free and really neat. It's the kind of thing that I wouldn't pay money for, but for free it's awsome. There's about a 60 second roller coaster ride that fits that desription. Also Apollo 11. IBM Speech Sandbox. 6 - VR Funhouse has fun carnival style shooting. 7 - There's one where you're in a virtual science museum in a dome and you can switch between about 6 exhibits that are and you can fly around the dome. I think this one was a freebie. -Marty p.s. Forgot to say "Onward" was also recommended to me.
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