This weekend, we saw 50+ early submissions to the Leap Motion 3D Jam! To celebrate the milestone, we’re hosting a live Let’s Play tomorrow at 4pm PST on Twitch TV – where you can join developers, gamers, and tech lovers to offer your commentary on these early contenders for jam supremacy. To set a reminder, subscribe here. We’ll email you five minutes before the session begins.

With over $75,000 in cash and prizes available to winning teams – including a trip and demo booth at IndieCade East 2015 – we can’t wait to see their final submissions on December 1. Below are just a few of the games we’ll be playing tomorrow, with lots more to come over the next two weeks:


Cityscape. Look around the room for clues to find the exit in this sci-fi puzzle. This Windows demo uses an Xbox 360 controller to navigate.


Engine 91. Take control of a mounted water cannon and put out the fire before the buildings collapse – or you run out of water!


Hollow. Take a spooky ride through a haunted forest in this low-poly adventure for Windows on the Oculus Rift.


Mega Creature Smash. You’re a zoo animal that has been exposed to dangerous levels of radiation due to an evil Zoo’s negligence – causing you to grow to an enormous size. Enraged by your poor treatment, you decide to climb up the Zoo’s corporate headquarters to seek justice, and smash everything in sight.


Noctica. With the Leap Motion Controller and Oculus Rift, explore a bioluminescent world full of magic and beauty to create a synesthetic experience combining music, sound, art, and hand interaction.


Puppet Run. A hectic and challenging puppet racing game for Windows.

Soundscape VR. Create musical compositions in the midst of an abstract digital landscape with your bare hands. Soundscape VR is available for Mac and Windows on the Oculus Rift.

Which one is your favorite? What are you looking forward to seeing tomorrow? Join us at 4pm PST on and let us know!

Alex Colgan is the senior director of marketing and developer community at Leap Motion. By transforming how we interact with technology, he believes we can make our world feel more human.

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