Sunday, Apr 28, 2019 | Update at Saturday, Jun 5, 2021

VTOL VR is a VR flight game which is available on steam. In April 2019 I created a simple WPF application with a .net framework class library which combined with a Unity Injector gave the ability for users to create their own mods for VTOL VR. I’ve been working on this since. I’ve created a website on the Python framework Django, setup a Ci/CD on Gitlab for both the site and mod loader and set up a VPS to host this all.

What I worked on

This being my project, I have worked on every part of it apart from the injector. It first started as just a WPF Application with the user’s mods in a folder, and then in the application, they would select what mods to load before launching the game which mods they wanted to load.

Old User Interface

The old user interface

Later on, with the support from a member Ketkev, I created a static website and hosted it on a local PC at his house for 12 months. As the website was running off his PC, we used PHP to create a dynamic site and Ketkev had to manually add each new item to the MySQL database by hand. I had also updated the mod loader, so that it had an in-game user interface for loading mods by using AssetBundles in Unity.

Ingame UI

The ingame user interface

Then at the end of July 2020 after three months of work, with the support of another member nebriv, I managed to learn python to create a website using the framework Django and it up on a virtual private server with a ci/cd system in place, paid for all by donations.


The new website home page

With this new site and API backend, I improved the WPF application so that users could upload mods/skins from inside the application it’s self and made it a lot more user friendly.

It’s a small community with currently over 1500 downloads and 500 members in the discord server. I actively create mods for it as well in another repository on Github. I have learnt a lot also in other areas from this project such as web development, having to create the website and database.

List of tools


Used to create the asset bundle for the in game user interface.

Visual Studio

Used to create the WPF application and the dll for the injector to inject into the game when it starts.

Visual Studio Code / Pycharm Community Edition

Used as my editor to create and edit the Django website in Python


The source control for all the code. Mod Loader, WPF app and website are all hosted on Gitlab.



Skins Skins

Some community made skins which are then loaded by my mod loader.

Tacview Mod

A community mod to record VTOL VR gameplay and place it into Tacview for replaying.