Untitled 1

CSS Library








Sponsored by

Free MMO Games






FFG Originals

VR Jogger

FFG Gear

Freaky Friday

Racket Fury Table Tennis VR

Crayola Scoot

Family Friendly Gaming Hall of Fame

Update News

LIGHT TRACER Ports to Steam in 2018



December 11, 2017 – Oasis Games Ltd today announced that their well-received PlayStation®VR unique puzzle platformer, LIGHT TRACER will be released on Steam® on January 15, 2018. Players wanting to possess the magical staff and powers to help the loveable princess climb the Babel-esque towers will be able to do so by purchasing the HTC VIVE™ or Oculus Rift™ versions on Steam® for $14.99 USD. The game will also be available on the Oculus Store at a later date.

To celebrate the princess’ journey into an even broader virtual world, Oasis Games will be adding improvements to LIGHT TRACER, ensuring that all views of the magical worlds are even better from any angle. Both VIVE and Rift releases will be updated with enhanced graphics and optimized visuals, allowing players to be even more immersed in the rocky, snowy, gravity-bending environments. Additionally the game’s operation system has been upgraded for a more natural control.

About Light Tracer
In LIGHT TRACER, players will lead a princess to the top of an enigmatic, Babel-like tower to save her ailing people - using powers, and two hands, to wield a Light Staff and manipulate views for better interactions. The game combines platform-style movement and clever puzzles with unique play mechanics and delightful artwork. Players will direct the Princess through action-platform stages using jumping skills, precise timing and strategic attacks using the Princess’s sword to get around enemies. The Princess’s journey comprises eight varied chapters where she will encounter rock-throwing trolls, a world of snow, slippery ice and new monsters to fight; each ending with a challenging boss fight. Developed by Void Dimensions and published by Oasis Games for PS VR, LIGHT TRACER is currently available for $19.99 on the PlayStation™Store and will be coming soon for the HTC VIVE™ or Oculus Rift™. This game has been rated “E for Everyone” by the ESRB for PlayStation®VR, HTC VIVE™ or Oculus Rift™.

No word on a physical copy of this game on these systems at this time in the US. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

Do you appreciate stories like this one? Have you ever considered helping Family Friendly Gaming? For more information click here.


Back to Archives