Chrono Weaver VR – A Single-player Co-Op Time-travel Puzzle Game Gets Demo for Quest and PCVR

Chrono Weaver is a VR game that answers the question, “Is it possible to play a co-op game by yourself?” Enter a mysterious science facility floating through space and solve mind-bending puzzles using a slingshot, physics, and time-travel.

In Chrono Weaver you play as a test-subject starting a new job, with unknown origins and a simple goal: Smash the Data Disk. Guiding you along the way is a flying robot named Yoto, a quirky character who manages your journey and helps make sure you don’t get too lost along the way.

The gameplay loop has a vibe similar to Portal, going from puzzle to puzzle with short bursts of story and mystery in between. The game teaches as you go along, so there is no true tutorial, instead it grows in difficulty, introducing mechanics and weaving them together creating exciting and challenging puzzles. Other games that are similar to it in VR are The Last Clockwinder, We Are One, and Transpose VR.


  • Single Player
  • On Quest 2 and above, as well as PCVR
  • Rated E for Everyone
  • Play though the first 11 puzzles of the game and experience the story that gets you there
  • Demo is between 30 minutes and an hour long
  • A world filled with intractable physics objects built for VR
  • Physics hands with force pull to make picking things up easy
  • A slingshot built into your hand for solving puzzles
  • The ability to rewind time and work with yourself to solve puzzles designed for co-op
  • Masks that you can put on to customize your play-through
  • A companion Yoto who guides you on your journey

The release of the Chrono Weaver VR demo, is now available for PCVR and the Meta App Lab.

Author: Mark Smith
I've been an avid gamer since I stumbled upon ZORK running in my local Radio Shack in 1980. Ten years later I was working for Sierra Online. Since then I've owned nearly every game system and most of the games to go with them. Not sure if 40+ years of gaming qualifies me to write reviews, but I do it anyway.

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