virtual reality games

Blox VR: A Virtual Reality ‘escape the room’ type puzzle game for Google Cardboard

August 24, 2016 12:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Shortly after I created my first Virtual Reality “game” which wasn’t actually a game per se, but more like a fan art/virtual reality music video that took place in the room 302 of a famous horror game called Silent Hill 4, I started working on another project because you couldn’t really interact with any objects in the first game and I wanted to learn more about developing VR experiences anyway. In fact the only thing you were able to do was walk around and just look at Henry’s room from a different and new perspective. It was cool, but I knew I could... View Article

Silent Hill 4 (The Room) Apartment 302’s Living room in Virtual Reality

May 10, 2016 1:19 pm Published by 1 Comment

Silent Hill 4 – The Room is one of my favorite installments in the Silent Hill series and if you’re a true fan like me, you have probably dreamed of what it would be like if you had the chance to actually step inside the game– literally. Well, guess what? Thanks to Oo-FiL-oO from Deviantart who extracted and converted a 3D model of Henry’s living room, I managed to mash up a Virtual Reality experience! All you need is the dirt cheap Google Cardboard headset and a regular smartphone to step inside Apartment 302 for the first time. Apartment 302 in Google Cardboard... View Article

Best free Google Cardboard games for low end smartphones

April 27, 2016 7:58 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The world of Virtual Reality really took off earlier this year when Oculus finally released a consumer ready version of the Rift- a standalone VR headset used with high end gaming computers running the Windows operating system. However not everyone can (yet) afford this new technology and according to Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus, we are still years away from a Rift for everyone. But does it stop us from experiencing Virtual Reality right now? Of course not. Poor man’s Virtual Reality headset Back in 2014 Google realized that it doesn’t take a lot of effort to trick the brain into... View Article