Enixo Studio is a company that specializes in AR/VR game development. We have experience creating a variety of immersive games for different platforms, including mobile devices and virtual reality headsets.

Oculus Quest

The Oculus Quest 2 is a standalone VR headset that offers high-quality graphics and a wide range of games and applications. It's relatively affordable compared to other high-end VR devices and has received positive reviews for its performance and ease of use.


Microsoft HoloLens

The Microsoft HoloLens 2 is an AR headset that allows users to interact with virtual objects in the real world. It's designed for enterprise applications such as remote collaboration, training, and product design, and has received praise for its advanced hand-tracking capabilities.


Apple ARKit

The Apple ARKit is a software development kit that allows to create AR experiences for iOS devices. It's become increasingly popular in recent years due to the widespread adoption of iPhones and iPads, and has been used to create a wide range of AR applications, from games to retail experiences.


Our AR/VR game development process


The first step is to come up with an idea for the game, considering the AR/VR capabilities and the target audience. The team should develop a game concept, story, gameplay mechanics, and visual style.


Before moving forward with development, it's important to create a prototype that demonstrates the core gameplay and mechanics of the game. This can help identify any potential issues and make changes before investing significant resources.

Art and Design

The team will then start developing the game's art and design, including the 3D models, textures, animations, and UI/UX design. This is a critical step as it sets the tone for the game and helps to create an immersive experience.


Once the design is finalized, developers can start creating the game. This step involves programming, testing, and optimizing the game's code to ensure smooth and seamless gameplay.


Throughout development, the team should regularly test the game to identify and fix any bugs or issues. This can involve both internal testing and beta testing with external players.


After testing and finalizing the game, the team can deploy it on the appropriate platforms such as app stores or game consoles.


Once the game is released, the team must continue to maintain it, fix bugs, and release updates to keep players engaged and interested.