Gaming company showcases a pair of new games at CES

December 29, 2015 |

One visit to Archiact Interactive’s website and workplace envy is sure to set in. There’s a big photo of smiling, waving employees and a blurb about a corporate culture that includes team lunches, movie nights and beers with the team. Creating games is fun!

Based in Vancouver with an additional office in Shanghai, Archiact Interactive is a full service virtual reality studio specializing in game development, publishing and virtual reality solutions for a variety of industries including architecture, medicine, fashion and education. The company was founded in 2013.

The company creates award-winning games including Deep Space Battle VR (for Google Play), Dino Play and The Ghouls. Several projects are in development including Magic Book that lets players see their own stories come to life and Deep Blue, a beautiful underwater adventure. Archiact’s publishing division helps developers bring their games to market and build revenue streams.

Archiact is one of the ICT West team of delegate companies headed to CES held in Las Vegas in January 2016.

“The benefits of being part of ICT West include fantastic networking opportunities, increased global competitiveness, and being part of a key group of Canadian tech talent,” said marketing manager Robyn Gummer.

For its second visit to CES (they were there in 2014), Archiact plans to showcase their brand and is looking forward to seeing the latest in VR hardware technology. The company will also highlight a pair of recently released VR projects—Waddle Home and Lamper VR: Firefly Rescue.

The company just announced a partnership with British Columbia’s Science World to create a unique, tailored, VR experience for Canada’s 150th birthday celebration. The exhibition will run from January to July 2017.

In May, Archiact will host the first ever Consumer Virtual Reality (CVR) conference and exhibition in Vancouver. The one-day event will bring together VR exhibitors, speakers and industry leaders to share information about the best VR technology available.

Learn more about Archiact Interactive, visit