World of Riders supports Gear VR and Oculus Rift, creating an immersive cardio exercising environment.
Our game system allows players to compete and cooperate with more than ten concurrent users.
World of Riders uses stationary bicycles as its main controller.
About the game
In World of Riders, players work together to defeat a monster. The battle happens in a circular lake, players need to collect missiles and use cannons to shoot them at the monster.
The monster is always pushing the players away from him towards the spiky rocks in an attempt to hurt the player. It's necessary to paddle in the cycle trainer to overcome this force. The faster a player paddle the closer he gets to the boss.
All players are in the same lake working together to overcome the monster. Its possible to communicate with other players through quick emoticons as well as pass the missile if needed.
At the end of the match everybody gets ranked based on how they performed during the battle. There is a rank for damage dealt, missiles passed, heal and more..
Work together with other players to defeat a monster and conquer the lake!
Fun to Exersice
While playing you are also performing a high intensity exercise routine.
Don't exercise alone, help and get help from others. Conquer the lake together!
Show others how seriously you exercise and how helpful you can be to your team. Use your rating to get you and your team into bigger challenges!
We are proud to announce that we were invited to demo our game at the Meaningful Play Conference 2016. World of Riders is going to be presented in one of the demonstration booths at the conference. Everybody attending will be able to try it out and exercise. If you haven’t registered for the Meaningful Play[…]
Hello everybody! We are happy to announce that we have been selected to participate in the Student Game Design Competition at this years edition of the CHI Play (Austin, TX). We will be demoing the game to public and will do a 5 minutes pitch to explain the potential of World of Riders. More[…]
On April 17th we conducted our first playtest, we had several participants getting together having fun and exercising. Thank you all for the support !!
We proudly participated at the Michigan State University Game Development showcase this year. We had a booth with two exerbikes and a big screen for bystanders to check out players having fun while exercising.