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Two weeks on and people are already making incredible things with Dreams’ PSVR support, like these authentic re-creations of Space Mountain and Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye.

Dreams creator TheArmyofDos just released these amazing experience, based on the popular rides at Disneyland in California. But it’s not just a simple VR roller coaster; its creators are authentically replicating the entire experience for each ride, complete with all the props in the line and even a Disneyland map.

Check out the Indiana Jones version in the video below.


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Given the level of detail while waiting for the ride, it’s amazing that you even get to step onto the actual attraction. Sure enough, though, the full thing is there to race through. Forbidden Eye isn’t a roller coaster so much as a themed tour, so no sudden drops of corkscrews to worry about for the light of stomach. It does plenty of amazing things to see and play with.

And here’s a look at Space Mountain. Obviously, this one’s a bit closer to your traditional VR coaster.

The creator is making more, too, taking votes on what ride to re-create next, such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain, and the Matterhorn. Lots of people are voting for the Haunted Mansion, though there’s already a re-creation of Tower of Terror. It seems like a great way to experience the Magic Kingdom from home.

We’ve seen loads of great creations with Dreams VR so far. We think the game’s VR support is an unmissable playground of madness, though we wish the tutorials and creation tools were a little more VR-native. Read more in UploadVR’s review.

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