Coming this Summer

Journey deep into the heart of an ancient realm of myth and legend in this award-winning virtual reality adventure series coming this summer to the HTC Vive and PlaystationVR. (Oculus Rift version coming this Winter)

Room-scale Mode

Thunderbird is designed to support room-scale VR which offers the most advanced and natural form of VR available

Standing Mode

Don't have enough space? Thunderbird includes a 100% motion-sickness free Telepad feature for Standing VR Mode

Hand Presence

Exclusive motion controller support allows you to interact naturally with virtual objects just as you would in real life

Intuitive Puzzles

Thunderbird uses cleverly designed and intuitive puzzles to help maintain a sense of purpose as well as presence

Thunderbird is an award-winning Virtual Reality adventure series that transports you to a world of wonder where myths come true and legends become real right before your eyes.
Game Description

Created by one of the developers behind 1997’s best-selling game, Riven: The Sequel to Myst, Thunderbird fuses key elements from classic adventure games with next-gen tech to provide an unsurpassed level of immersion with stunning visual depth, life-like interactions, and a sense of realism never before possible.

In the spirit of films like Indiana Jones, Thunderbird is an interactive adventure where exploration and discovery are key motivators in driving the overall experience. The strong sense of mystery and the reward of discovery combine within Thunderbird to create a most engaging experience for the truly adventurous at heart.

Drawing its inspiration from both eastern and western cultures, Thunderbird honors the old and the new by bringing together science and magic with logic and myth to create a broadly appealing and uniquely fulfilling experience for all demographics.

Driven by physics-based interactive puzzles, this transformative journey unfolds according to your every action guiding you deeper into the heart of an ancient realm for a memorable encounter with the legendary Thunderbird.

“I played through it a few times to capture this footage, and I'm hooked. I want more.”

-Ben Kuchera / Polygon