Hey, guys, we're at the Nickelodeon Slime Zone, I know this looks like a big gray boring space.
But that's not the case, the Nickelodeon Slime Zone is actually all virtual, let's go explore.
Before you get to roam around in a Slime Zone, you get to pick from your choice of avatars.
Let's see, Leonardo's still my favorite, I'm gonna pick him.
After a brief tutorial, you get to roam around the virtual playground with your trusty giant slime gun.
If you're new to using an ACC Vive, it takes a little getting used to.
Your main way to move around in the virtual world is by teleporting.
Because if you just started walking around.
You might bump into a wall, a real one.
First up, let's paint something.
Just grab one of the paint tubes and draw anywhere.
The paint floats up in the air.
I found a hammer, I want to see if this works if I smack with these paint tubes, and it doesn't work no matter how hard I try.
Let's try out basketball.
We need to put on some special gravity gloves that bring the ball to us.
When you have the ball in your hands, you want to automatically shoot the basketball naturally.
That doesn't exactly work here, you can kinda have to fire the triggers.
At the hoop.
There's also a cinema where you can choose to watch different videos by taking a cartridge to a playback machine.
So if you wanted to, you could just stand in your virtual theater and watch something.
What else is in here?
A shooting gallery.
Here's where you can really use your slime gun to knock out targets, like Sponge Bob and Squidward.
Now, the Slime Zone is actually, a multi player Virtual Reality experience.
So, if another person is in the Slime Zone, you'll have your opportunity to slime them.
We're going at it alone, for now, but that didn't stop me from trying to get slimed.
I'm gonna fire up in the air and see what happens.
I didn't get slimed.
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