A downloadable VR Experience for Windows

The idea behind this 3-week experimental jam was to create an experience that could happen only in VR. JASC - Bigger on the Inside is all about the perception of physical space, letting the player experience spatial paradoxes and giving them unique perspectives on their surroundings. The player travels through 3 different places in a dream-like atmosphere and explores the concepts of scale and motion in VR.

3 weeks, experimental jam in the 4th semester of Game Design (B.A.) at HTW Berlin, May 2019


  • Alex Mejda - Game Design, Programming
  • Cyrill Callenius - Game Design, Programming
  • Jorge Reissner - Concept, 3D Art
  • Sven Schmid - Gameplay Prototyping, Game Design

Technology: HTC Vive, SteamVR, Unity, C#, Maya

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorAlex Mejda
TagsAtmospheric, Experimental, Exploration, htc-vive, Mystery, Virtual Reality (VR)

Install instructions

Developed for HTC Vive, also tested with Microsoft Mixed Reality. 
Play standing with a bit of room to move. Have a look at the Movement Controls in the screenshots as they're not available in-game.

This protoype was developed within 3 weeks by a small team of 4 Game Design students at HTW Berlin and is the result of an experimental jam, so it's more of an exploration of ideas than a polished game. A full loop is playable though and we hope you can see where this could be going! Feel free to leave feedback in the comments!


JASC - Bigger on the Inside.zip 350 MB


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Other than not having controls in game worked great on my rift s! Really cool visual design and the sound was nice and peaceful

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Thanks for the nice feedback! :) Glad to hear it actually works on a Rift too! No problems with seeing through the doors/portals? They're made with Vive Stereoscopic Rendering Toolkit and only recently started working  with a Microsoft XR.


PS: Will add in-game controls sheet as soon as I find the time

I didn't have any problems with them, I thought they looked pretty cool!

Glad to hear it, thanks for taking the time!