Google has announced its acquisition of Owlchemy Labs, which was known for creating VR games such as Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality.
Google is no stranger to virtual reality. In addition to launching the Google Daydream mobile VR headset, it has also developed VR experiences like Tilt Brush and Google Earth VR for devices beyond its own platform. Now, with its acquisition...Show More Summary
Google is pushing forward with its bet on VR entertainment with its latest acquisition: indie VR studio Owlchemy Labs. The Austin, Texas-based team of 23 made a name for itself with numerous successful VR games, including Job Simulator, Caaaaardboard!, and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality. Show More Summary
Google Inc. has acquired Owlchemy Labs Inc., the makers of the award-winning VR games Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 2011 originally as a standard gaming studio, Owlchemy shifted...Show More Summary
Google has acquired the developer of Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality and Job Simulator.
Studio behind Job Simulator says it will continue to build virtual reality content for different game platforms.
In somewhat of a surprise move, Google has acquired virtual reality game developer Owlchemy Labs, creator of Job Simulator and the Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality title. "They’ve helped set a high bar for what engagement can be like...Show More Summary
Owlchemy Labs is a 23-person team working on VR games for the last six years. The company got into VR early and has had a few big hits like Job Simulator (you might have seen all of YouTube playing it at one point) and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality. This success has resulted in an [...]
Interesting news from the VR front today: Owlchemy Labs has been acquired by Google. Owlchemy Labs made Snuggle Truck [Free] and Jack Lumber [Free] for mobile, eventually branching out early into the VR space, where they likely have the number-one selling VR game in Job Simulator. It's a lot of fun, and has been a
Owlchemy Labs is well-known for its work on "Job Simulator" and "Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality."
Google has acquired Owlchemy Labs, the developer behind VR games like Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality.
Between Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality, Owlchemy Labs has been doing some cool stuff in the VR space. I'm curious to see what the team does next, especially in light of today's news that Google, which has its Daydream...Show More Summary
It's not a Job Simulation: The VR magicians at Owlchemy Labs are now part of Google. Google and Owlchemy Labs have announced that they are joining forces and that means awesome things for fans of VR. Owlchemy Labs are the folks who brought...Show More Summary
Google has acquired the VR game studio behind such popular gaming titles like Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality. In a blog post, the founding team of the Austin-based Owlchemy Labs detailed that it has been acquired and will be joining the team at Google. Show More Summary
One of the most successful virtual reality game studios is now a part of one of the world’s biggest corporations. Google revealed today that it has acquired Owlchemy Labs, the studio that is best known for developing popular HTC Vive launch game Job Simulator. This acquisition gives Google a talented in-house team that can build content for […]
Google announced Wednesday that it bought Owlchemy Labs, one of the top virtual reality video game companies. Owlchemy will join Google's Daydream division, which makes the Daydream VR headset and is also working on augmented reality. The...Show More Summary
Google today said it has acquired Owlchemy Labs, a company that develops virtual reality content. Google was attracted to the company due to its "really thoughtful interactive experiences that are responsive, intuitive, and feel natural."...Show More Summary
We care a lot about building and investing in compelling, high-quality, and interactive virtual reality experiences and have created many of our own—from YouTube, Street View, and Photos on Daydream to Google Earth VR and Tilt Brush....Show More Summary
We knew that a new game was in the works based on the Rick and Morty television show, and we already knew it was in development from Owlchemy Labs, but now we have some brand new gameplay that shows us everything we could have ever wanted out of VR gaming.