WEARVR Weekly Top Ten VR Downloads – January #2

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Looking for something fun to play in VR? We’ve got the top 10 downloads from the last week on the WEARVR app marketplace, a cross-platform repository of virtual reality experiences.

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10. MoonRacer

This is a combat racer on the moon designed for VR. Trick out your Lunar Rover, then blast across the moonscape against 4 AI drones. Remember…Speed Kills: any collision north of 100 will obliterate your poor rover. Speed Pads will give you a boost, but be sure to avoid debris and other racers to avoid destruction. At your disposal is a very powerful laser mounted on the front of your rover which can move most objects and blow up others. You also have a magna-beam which will pull in most objects including your opponents. For no particular reason you also have access to thermal vision, which makes no sense, but it is fun. Try to see how fast you can complete the race without exploding or just tool around the moon blowing things up.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)

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9. Crystal Habit

The latest VR Fractal from Julius Horsthuis. An Illuminating VR-trip.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows / Mac)

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8. Household Heroes

Blast Zombies while trying to navigate your way to the end of level portal. There are five levels in this Demo and a Final boss to defeat.

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Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)

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7. Deep Sea

Who needs to go Scuba Diving when you’ve got VR? Dive into the Deep Blue and experience Whales, Sharks, Stingrays and other frightening sea creatures. The same developer that brought you the hugely popular ‘Sea Monster’. Inspired by “In the Blue” by WEVR

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)

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6. Don't Let Go

Part experiment, part amazing idea for Oculus Rift, Don’t Let Go! has you sat in a chair with your hands infront of you and the only rule is that no matter what happens you can’t lift your hands. We won’t spoil it for you, but a lot happens to make you want to move your hands.. and possibly run away screaming.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)

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5. Dreadhalls

Dreadhalls is a horror dungeon crawler that has you exploring the procedurally generated dungeon in search for the exit, while avoiding the creatures that dwell in the maze. Updated for SDK 0.8.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)

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4. SONAR

Explore your surroundings and dive deep into an ancient cave system. Follow the drone ship and discover the horrific truth about the darkest of all places… “ SONAR is a new kind of cinematic entertainment, striking a balance between traditional movie making and interactive media. The shortfilm is a fully immersive, slow paced, 360° computer-generated experience.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows), Android, Samsung Gear VR

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3. Airborne 1944

Move to the south coast of England an early morning June 6th, 1944. You are paratrooper Jackson, who along with 20 comrades are on the way to a mission that will change the world.

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Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)

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2. Pulse

This is it! The Ski Dude Vs The Mountain. Take an epic journey over dangerous terrain, fatal drops and untamed wilderness.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)

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1. SONAR

Now updated for Oculus Runtime 0.8! Please, take a seat. You’ll be here for a while. Don’t worry, you won’t be alone. Let these creatures welcome you… They’ll keep you company. Give you a taste of a dark surreal experience. Don’t be afraid just yet… Perhaps they will spare you this time around. After all… the nastiest thing they can do to you will only be virtual. But… then again… You will probably be wishing you were in a real dream.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2, OSVR (Windows), Samsung Gear VR, Android

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