Babies are rarely explored as playable characters in video games but Baby Hands is hoping to change this by letting players control an ankle-biter in VR. Developed by Chicken Waffle, this zany sandbox experience lets players navigate an entire house and manipulate pretty much anything in the environment. The game was originally developed for a Classic Game Fest in Austin, Texas as a way to show off interesting VR games. The decision to go with Baby Hands came as the development team wanting to create something humorous but also as a perfect demo for VR gaming.
In terms of gameplay, Baby Hands is incredibly open and doesn't require players to complete any concrete tasks. Instead, gamers can navigate a VR space and play with various items or just crawl around the environment.
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