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VRChat – Create and explore virtual worlds

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VRChat is a very cool, free massively multiplayer online virtual reality social platform application (not just a game) developed by Graham Gaylor and Jesse Joudrey using Unity in 2014. If you think of VRChat as a pure game, then its gameplay is somewhat similar to that of Second Life and Habbo. In this VR world, every player can create his/her favorite world, room and character, incarnate into any figure he/she likes, and freely communicate and interact with strangers all over the world!

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[v8.0.6.6] WebcamMax – Add fantastic effects to your webcam video

WebcamMax is a powerful and interesting special effects adding tool for web cameras. It can add video, scene, image, Flash and a variety of colorful fantastic effects for a webcam, which can be played through all kinds of instant messaging software in real time. Even if your computer does not equip with a camera, you can also use the virtual camera of WebcamMax for video chat.

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