Voxel Fly

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Simple graphics combined with easy gameplay. Voxel Fly – Apple AppStore

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A VR horror experience originally published for the Oculus Rift. Well done and very creepy.  So if you are a fearful person – don’t do it! Even I was a little bit scared, and I knew what will come. 11:57 – Apple AppStore

End Space VR

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The first app of my “Best VR Apps for iOS” series is End Space VR for Cardboard:

End Space VR is a first-person arcade space shooter built for virtual reality. Using head based movement you pilot a small space fighter through intense space battles defeating progressively harder waves of enemies. Fire your ship’s lasers with your headsets trigger button, or if no trigger is available with gaze based targeting.

Featuring triple AAA graphics and the use of 3D positional audio, End Space VR delivers the most immersive and compelling VR experience available on Cardboard. It has been fully optimized to squeeze out every bit of performance to provide a fluid and smooth VR experience

So what’s my opinion you ask?

The pros: Good graphics, nice sound atmosphere, easy controls (gaze-based, magnet trigger and bluetooth controller)

The cons: Motion sickness! Lots of movement around you, enemies appear all around you and have to stand up to destroy them all. At first I played it for 30 seconds and said to myself: “Ough, I can’t play this. It’s making me sick.” Then I left it behind it for a while and I tried it again later. It was better then and I played for around 20 minutes. I just want to warn you..

On the whole, it’s definitely worth the 99 cent and you should try it yourself.

End Space VR – Apple AppStore