Walking Block（MOD (No Ads) v1.9）
Facebook-owned Oculus VR has had enough of people using its software on rival VR headsets and made a move to block them. Somehow, this has backfired and actually opened the company up to more issues.When software appeared last month allowing users of the HTC Vive to play Oculus exclusive games, we all ummed and awwed but it seemed fine, Palmer Lucky had made comments in December that users would be free to hack around with the software, including making it run on non-Oculus hardware.It seems the bosses at Oculus VR weren't on board though, and an update to the software platform last week blocked the system that the REVIVE system was using to make Oculus content work on non-oculus hardware.Unfortunately, while the previous implementation of revive still talked to Oculus servers for ownership validation, the latest update disables the entire platform, meaning you can download Oculus VR games and play them without purchase. Naughty, naughty.I doubt this is the last we'll see in the scrap. Oculus VR's response to Revive's popularity and the speed at which they did it, shows that the company, or its corporate owner, is serious about keeping Oculus closed off and propertiery, despite Luckey's claims. There's a good chance users will see another patch from Oculus to lock revive users out, and then there's an equally decent chance the Revive lot will push out another patch.This game of cat and mouse patching will probably continue until cease and desists go out. All i'm saying is that if you want to play Lucky's tale or any other Oculus exclusives on your HTC Vive, do it quickly..