REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Nov. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Realiteer, an innovative virtual reality (VR) studio, today announced that it will give away free downloads of Wizard Academy, the first mobile VR app featuring hand and body motion control, in celebration of Thanksgiving. Wizard Academy will be available to download for free on Google Play Store and iOS app store on Black Friday (November 27). The company will also launch a social media contest on Facebook for the holidays. The Facebook contest runs through December 31.
For its holiday contest, Realiteer will select the top five players who gain the highest WQ (wizard quotient) from Facebook by sharing posts using #WizardAcademy. Share transcripts of games and DIY wands with #RealControl and #WizardAcademy for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card.
Targeted for all ages, Wizard Academy provides an immersive educational game that transports players into a magic al 3D world where they can cast powerful spells, train their mind, and improve their memory with puzzles, problem solving games, and brainteasers. This game is compatible with Google Cardboard and Realiteer's DIY VR headset and motion-tracking control. There is also a downloadable kit to build your own RealTrigger the company website.
"We want to encourage families and friends to play together during this holiday season," said Fangwei Lee, founder and CEO of Realiteer, who developed their first VR game GermBuster because of his son's love for bubble guns. "Playing games is a popular activity for holiday gatherings and why not make it more exciting with VR? We've developed the Wizard Academy game where players of any age can have fun and learn at the same time."
Realiteer is an innovative mobile virtual reality studio and technology company. The company focuses on building virtual reality input solutions and software content. Anyone with a smartphone can enjoy a seamlessly integrated VR experience with its pioneering and low-cost RealControl VR Kit system and mobile applications including Wizard Academy and GermBuster, the first mobile VR apps using motion-tracking inputs. For more information about Wizard Academy and Realiteer's technology and apps, visit www.realiteer.com.