A downloadable experiment for Android

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Have you ever wondered what would feel like to look at yourself through your own eyes?

Olho is an Oculus Quest experiment based around the ability to manipulate your own vision.
In this simple environment you can reach for your eyes, grab them and know what it feels like to see different things at once with each eye.

(under development)

If you use glasses your certainly have got yourself in a situation were you have no idea were you left them and find yourself half blind and reaching out in hopes of finding them. 
In Olho's puzzle mode this will also happen, except you are now looking for one of your eyes. Try to find it by seeing what the lost eye sees in its surroundings and pop it back in! 



Some awesome fan art by the talented Pedro Almeida

Release Notes

2020.2.8 v0.3
*Minor bug fixes;
*SFX and ambient sound;
*Splash screen.

2020.2.3 v0.2
*Fixed bug that occurred when using the emergency reset buttons (you could no longer pick up your eyes afterwards).

2020.2.2 v0.1
First release after Global Game Jam 2021 
* Playground mode;
* Emergency buttons.

This is just an experiment, and I have no idea about the effects this might or might not cause you. 

If you feel any discomfort press one of your controllers keys and your eyes will be automatically placed back in their right place, after that take a rest.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorDavid Filipe
Tags3D, ggj2021, Global Game Jam, Oculus Quest, Singleplayer, Virtual Reality (VR)


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Olho_v03.apk 25 MB


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Thanks this is wonderful.  

Thank you for trying it out :D 

we need pcvr support ;-;

cool ideaaa! i wish i had oculus rift :(

Wicked AF! LOVE IT x)

I'm glad you enjoyed it 😊

I don't get what I need to do


It’s normal, I’m  still working on adding an introduction. Try to grab your eyes 👀

oh wow, this is really cool


Awesome, glad you liked it :D 

Nice idea

Thank you George :D 


Wow! What a cool concept :) I love it

Thank you! Soon I'll had some puzzles with this concept so stay tuned :D