A downloadable game for Windows

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There is a magical world where games, smiles, and a serene lake beckons. A place where your robot pal lives. Where items waiting to be crafted share warm afternoons with friends waiting to be found.

This place is called Daydream Blue. And it's been waiting for you to stop by.

The lake is there, and a raft for you to lie upon. Your campsite, too. A tent rests just aside the fire under a glowering starlit dusk. Nearby, your favorite rock and stones perfect for skipping. Trees high as the heavens. This is where you can smile, where you can connect with all those other people across the world looking for a little relaxation and lot of fun.

Daydream Blue is a VR game. We currenlty support Oculus Rift. Working on a Vive version :)


Buy Now$4.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

DaydreamBlue_Itch_1_5_0.zip 86 MB

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Hey there I work with SideQuest and I wanted to ask about how open to an Oculus Quest port for your game you may be, If you consider an Oculus Quest port at all a possibility in the future we would love to have you on us, Our aim is to help host and distribute games as easily as possible for any developers even If you want to sell your game as we have a system created to link the listing on SideQuest directly to Itch.io for easy purchase set up. Listing on SideQuest is also completely free. If you ever do want to give creating a game  for the Oculus Quest a shot and are interested there's more information about us and how easy it is to submit a game to SideQuest here: https://github.com/the-expanse/SideQuest/wiki/How-To-Submit-Games and for an example of a listing currently on us of To The Top, a port of an astounding PSVR game using Itch integration you can see here: https://sidequestvr.com/#/app/358. Whatever the future holds for you i wish you the best of journeys. 

Quest version?

Unfortunately no. Thanks for taking the time to ask though!