Thursday, September 29, 2016

Samsung Gear VR: 4 Must-Try Games

Samsung Gear VR: 4 Must-Try Games

Wikipedia/ Gear VR


No doubt that Oculus Rift and HTC Vive would offer you immersive experience and good virtual reality (VR) games but Samsung Gear VR can give you the experience at a considerable cheaper rate.

All you need is the Gear VR headset and a compatible Galaxy Smartphone.

So we have gathered some games for Gear VR which would give you good gaming experience. Here it follows.

Land’s End

At the cost of just $7.99 (AU$9), Land’s End offers you an atmospheric world of mountains, seas, caves, and puzzles. The game offers the almost similar experience of the “Star Trek: Voyager” episode “Equinox”. In that episode, the captain of the starship would use a VR-like headset to get away to a private, comforting beach, notes Land’s End game.

Also Read: Oculus Rift Now Compatible With HTC Vive; Details Here

Please, Don’t Touch Anything

A player would be left alone in kind of control room while your friend would hit the bathroom. You would be instructed to not to touch anything especially a bug red button. Following which a part puzzle and escape room, where it has endings. The game is a tough task. The player would be offered to try again, notes CNET.

The game would cost you just $8.99 (AU$11). It is worth more than the money.

Eve: Gunjack

This game is arguably a stunner. It offers the same visual graphics which you would want to see in Oculus Rift. It’s the repetitive gaze-and-shoot action game and it is must-have Gear VR game.

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

It is obvious that the Gear VR offers you a single-person experience. The game is similar to the desktop version that challenges you and teammates to deactivate a bomb. Interestingly, the game only lets you see and interact with the bomb, while your team-mates would pore through a bomb defused manual in the hopes of feeding you the information you need while time is running out.

Also Read: Palmer Luckey Delivered the First Oculus Rift VR Headset to a Person in Alaska

You can buy Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes for $9.99 (AU$ 12).