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.




Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth. Join INTREPID360 on a journey through this incredible island, from Sunrise to Sunset. Relax, take a deep breath, and enjoy your trip.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK1/DK2 (Windows / MAC)



9. BadBox

BadBox: not recommended for humans

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)



8. Boursin Sensorium

Enjoy the Boursin Sensorium virtual reality experience as you journey through a decadent fridge packed full of delicious foods and Boursin ingredients. Sweep through the herb forest, duck beneath the towering vegetables, wind around giant bottles of bubbly, and dive into the cheese – we promise this is a journey like no other!

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK1/DK2 (Windows)



7. VRBloX

VRBloX is a virtual reality puzzle game where the object is to build a tower to the target height. VRBloX supports full head tracking and allows you a unique viewpoint on a traditional puzzle game.

Its as simple as looking at the block you wish to move, picking it up and dropping it where ever you want to start building! If it’s too unstable, it will topple over!

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK1/DK2 (Windows)



6. Dinotrek VR Experience

DinoTrek is a Virtual Reality immersive experience showing what it might have been like to live during the time of the dinosaurs! It is designed for Google Cardboard, by Geomedia, Inc. and HIVE VR.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows), iOS



5. The Hum:Abductions – VR Proof of Concept

“The Hum:Abductions – VR Proof of Concept” is a VR experience created – by Totwise Studios – to share with you a first insight of their efforts creating The Hum:Abductions – the alien abduction horror game in which they are working. You will take the role of a man who will discover the terrible situation of his family, while beginning a journey to the unknown.

This Proof of Concept is not intended to show actual gameplay features from the final game.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)



4. Unreal Villa Demo

This is Leeco Studio’s impressive first project on UE4 using 3ds Max, Marvelous Designer, Photoshop and Speedtree.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)



3. Ziran: Passage to Nature

Inspired by Taroko Gorge in Taiwan. Take a relaxing boat ride on calm waters through nature with this short VR tech demo.

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)



2. VR Haunted Ride

Step right up and take a ride through the corridors of a haunted mansion. You can sit back and relax, but that’s easier said than done. It’s the haunted carnival ride you remember from your childhood, with a VR twist.

This is a short preview version, and you can experience the 1st part of the ride right now. More coming soon!

Platforms: Oculus Rift DK2 (Windows)



1. ViveCraft

A simple Minecraft clone for the HTC Vive. Build structures freely in 3D space, then tear them down with throwable TNT blocks!

See Also: ‘Vivecraft’ Demo Shows Just How Amazing Minecraft and More Will Be with Natural Input

Platforms: HTC Vive (Windows)

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