Tag Archive: Curious


Hand tracking breaths new life into The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets

The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets debuted near the end of 2019 on the Oculus Quest and PC VR platforms. The diorama-scale virtual worlds found in the game present a perfect way for players of all ages to appreciate the magic that VR brings. It truly feels like these miniature worlds are floating right in front of you, and their designs compel players to look around every corner and in every nook and cranny to find all  [Read More…]

The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets gains hand tracking on Oculus Quest

Now your actual hands will appear in the game!

What you need to know The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets is now the first commercial game on the Oculus Store with hand-tracking support. You’ll no longer need controllers to play the game on the Oculus Quest once the update launches later this month. Curious Tale is already one of the most accessible VR games on the market since it includes automatic height adjustment and content tailored  [Read More…]

Curious about the Destroy All Humans remake? Here’s what you need to know

THQ Nordic is back with a remake of another cult classic, Destroy All Humans! and with it they’ve given us one of the most entertaining game trailers I have recently seen. It’s a great example of the humor we’ve come to expect from any DaH! title. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming Destroy All Humans! game:

Alien Invasion! Destroy All Humans!

$ 40 at Amazon

And flying cows?

THQ  [Read More…]

Curious about Microsoft’s Windows 10 event? Here are some handy links!

We’ve got more than a few Windows users among us here at Android Central, and today’s a pretty big day as Microsoft’s got its Windows 10 event going on in Redmond. And our pals at Windows Central are covering the heck out of it.

A couple links to follow this morning:

Liveblog: Windows 10 — The next chapter (noon EST) Everything you need to know about Windows 10

We’ll be keeping an eye on this, too,  [Read More…]

Curious about Android L? Join the discussion in the forums!

In the aftermath of Google I/O, we’re digging into all of the new stuff around the latest version of Android. With the release of factory images for the Nexus 5 and 7 that let you try out Android L for yourself, it seems a good number of people have taken the jump to trying out the first release of the software to get a glimpse of the future. For many it’s still too early (understandably so)  [Read More…]