BLARP! is a fun-filled physics game built for the HTC Vive. Developer Isaac "Cabbibo" Cohen, an experimental artist, built the project as an exploration into novel game mechanics for the medium of virtual reality. The game uses our intuitive understanding of motions and physics to create an addictive experience that is playable by anyone who has ever swung a racket, played with a yo-yo, or held a rope. One of the coolest things about BLARP!, is that it's a legitimate example of a gaming concept that simply couldn't be duplicated on any other canvas. VR haters will often complain how most games could work just as well as a two dimensional experience, but this creative work by Isaac Cohen simply wouldn't translate.