A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Android

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This is a blissful psychedelic relaxation experience made for both VR and non-VR.

Treat yourself to this virtual refuge from the real world with procedurally generated realms of gentle sounds, sweet-tasting colors, and breathtaking beauty.

Find and catch the bouncing spheres to visit different worlds. Find the perfect place to relax and watch the virtual world go by. There are no enemies, quests, guns, or puzzles. There is no objective other than to relax and enjoy.

Inspired by "Wave For Me" Famicase 2018 Cover by Michael Shillingburger (@shillingburger).

For Desktop VR: This game requires SteamVR to be running before you start the game, HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, and handheld VR controllers (Vive Wands or Oculus Touch).

A Lullaby of Colors is also available in the Desktop VR-only version on Steam and Viveport. Each new purchase automatically comes with a Steam key also! If you had previously paid for a copy of the game on itch.io before the Steam keys were available, and would like your free key for Steam, please DM me on Twitter at @andyman404.

Oculus Quest (Sideload .APK): You can install the .APK version onto the Oculus Quest via sideloading. For most people, the easiest way to do this is to install via SideQuest. After configuring your Oculus Quest for developer mode, and installing/setting up Sidequest on your desktop, you can then just drag and drop the APK into SideQuest in the area in the top left corner.

Launch A Lullaby of Colors on the Oculus Quest by navigating to the Library, selecting the Unknown Sources category on the left, look for "A Lullaby of Colors" on the right, and run it.

Previously titled "Chromesthesia".

Purchase

Buy Now$4.20 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4.20 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

Oculus Quest (Sideload APK) 142 MB
Windows (SteamVR) 96 MB
Windows (non-VR) 96 MB
Mac (non-VR) 108 MB

Development log

Comments

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I'm depressed because I have no money to spare to buy this game =(

Hi man! Love the app and have a question: Are you gonna add it to Sidequest? You can just add the application without downloads so that it links to the itch store :) Would be cool to see it there.

Thanks! Yeah, I'll look into getting it onto the official Sidequest.

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Showed this off at a party.  Everyone wished I had a VR headset.


We called it an "Adult ball pit."

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Color me impressed (pun intended) for such a simple concept, I really felt at zen.

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it was a pretty cool game :D

Thank you for the video!

You're welcome!

scary game

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I loved this! It was so calming and a great experience! Good job!

Thank you for the video!

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Played a bit of this on my channel! Really enjoyed it. :D

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Thank you for the video!

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Very cool. It has a very relaxing and calming feel to it and I can't imagine how awesome it must be in 3D.

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I love games like this that aren't really games at all, more like interactive experiences. =)

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defently one of the most visually strikinggame of AGBIC 2018. It can with the help of the music be pretty effective to cool someone down

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Hello, another brilliant game from you, i played it in 2D unfortunately for me, I can only imagine how mesmirising it is in VR. I made a video of some of the games I liked from the AGBIC jam and included yours, i hope you don't mind!

Thank you for the great videos and covering AGBIC!

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impressive! I'm playing this just before bedtime ;) there is something deeply addicting in wanting to find out what is next, what the next ambience will be and yet at the same time very relaxing cause you want to stay and enjoy the one you're listening at the moment.

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Thank you!

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This is trance inducing. One area I entered had almost no movement and the music was ommmmmmmmm. I just stopped and stared. This game is not to be played while driving a car or operating heavy machinery.

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:)  Yeah it's definitely a game for vegging out and drooling! I spent way too much time just zoning out and staring at the landscapes while developing the game.

this game is definitely not like anything there was ever created :D