Virtual Reality will be the future of tech, and in order to experience virtual reality to its core, apparently, you should either own an Oculus Rift or an HTC Vive. You must need a powerful system with next generation hardware to power the device. Instead of spending some big bucks on them, you can even experience and feel the power of virtual reality with cost-effective Samsung Gear VR that will cost you only $100. And, you need a compatible Galaxy smartphone. When you have both, head to the other end of the world and feel the impressive virtual reality world.
The virtual reality games are getting popular and a bunch of games is out now and then. I’ve rounded up with some exciting virtual reality games for Samsung Gear VR enthusiasts.
The $9.99 game is a real stunner for your Gear VR. The plot is simple – killing an array of aliens. There are a lot of games that work similar or even identical out there. You’ll be astonished seeing the graphics of the game that you’d never expect on a small screen. You can have the Rift experience over here. It’s a must play Gear VR game.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes
It is similar to the desktop version, finding and deactivating a bomb with the help of your friends. Since the mobile counterpart of the VR is only entitled to a single person, this title makes a sense of having a Gear VR. As you are the active player, you’ll be engaged in exploring the bomb and you’ll be describing the scene to your friends. They will look for info from the bomb-diffusion manual and feed you with info to find a bomb. Remember, the clock is ticking!
It costs $9.99
It’s a puzzle game from the creators of Monument Valley. It will get you out to soothing, spectacular landscapes, seas, caves where the player is tasked with awakening an ancient civilization using the powers of their mind. With Gear VR, you’ll have an incredible virtual reality experience that you can take anywhere. It costs $7.99.
Please, Don’t Touch Anything
It’s a creepy button-pushing stimulation puzzle game. You’ll find yourself in a mysterious control room with a large control panel in front while your buddy takes a bathroom break. You’ve been instructed not to touch anything, especially that big inviting red button, but there’s no way except hitting the damn red button. Push it and expect to be held liable for any unintended aftermath. And there will be many. It is priced at $8.99.
The entertaining smartphone game ended up in a simple 3D VR. The player has to hit the Gear VR gamepad controller or touch the Gear headset to unleash a ball to hit crystals that are scattered there. Successfully hitting each crystal arms the player with more balls to toss. And, if you run out of the ball, you’re done. Cheer up – Smash Hit is free!