Virtuality reality doesn't have to be strictly about simulating an experience, such as parachuting or running from something, and an upcoming game for Sony's Project Morpheus headset is a great example of that.
Project Morpheus, which is supposed to come out next year, will be able to work with gaming experiences created by developers. Gnog is one of the first titles to be announced by Sony. It's a puzzle-style game that looks bright and colourful and seems to be about a universe made up of monster heads.
"Each monster has its own personality, and a micro-world on its opposite side - you flip back and forth between these two sides, interacting with both and watching how they react," wrote Saleem Dabbous, from developer Ko-op, in a blog post. "The heads are totally unique, with different puzzles and soundscapes in each".
Gnog is launching not only on Project Morpheus but also PS4 sometime next year. The trailer for the game is below.