*NEW UPDATE!* All Jobs + Infinite Overtime now include subtitles and additional language support!
In a world where robots have replaced all human jobs, step into the "Job Simulator" to learn what it was like 'to job'.
Players can relive the glory days of work by simulating the ins and outs of being a gourmet chef, an office worker, a convenience store clerk, and more.
Key Jobbing Features:
● Throw a stapler at your boss!
● Learn to 'job' in four not-so historically accurate representations of work-life before society was automated by robots!
● Use your hands to stack, manipulate, throw, and smash physics objects in an inexplicably satisfying way!
● Aggressively chug coffee and eat questionable food from the trash!
● Gain valuable life experience by firing new employees, serving slushy treats, brewing English tea, and ripping apart car engines!
● Work the never-ending night shift with Infinite Overtime mode!
Got questions on how to implement this app into your course? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supports Quest, Quest 2
Internet connection not required
May 21, 2019
English, French (France), German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish (Argentina), Spanish (Chile), Spanish (Colombia), Spanish (Mexico), Spanish (Peru), Spanish (Puerto Rico), Spanish (Venezuela)
The chaotic and bizarre nature of Job Simulator allows users to experience mundane activities in a fun yet quirky way.
In Job Simulator, the player can select from four jobs, Office Worker, Convenience Store Clerk, Gourmet Chef, and Auto Body Shop Mechanic. Each profession has a collection of mission tasks that when completed will unlock the Infinite Sandbox Mode allowing users to play around in the virtual space unlimitedly.
The true highlight of the game is when players experiment and test as many combinations of interactions in the virtual space, wondering if the developers thought about what would happen if the player decided to do something outside of the normal parameters of completing a task. Players will be surprised at the extent of what the developers thought of when attempting to do something in the most hilarious way possible.
The game plays best with friends or an audience, allowing players to switch off and play the same scenario in a different and unique way. Watching the goofiness of other players and being able to suggest possible certain actions is just plain fun.
At times, it can be very difficult to navigate the environment due to a "respawn" feature present when interacting with objects. After dropping an object, the game automatically teleports the item back to its original location. This creates objects which are at times difficult to reach or unwanted bugs as the player interacts with the rest of the world. There can be instances where objects teleport out of reach or clips into other objects but ultimately the reward of interacting with everything in sight heavily outweighs the few bugs experienced while playing.
Job Simulator really pushes the envelope with what VR can accomplish especially when it comes to user interactivity. The game’s humor may not be for everybody in solo sessions but in a group setting with friends, the straightforward silliness and fun is undeniable. The $20 price tag is more than fair for what you get. We hope to see more jobs in future updates or Downloadable Content.