This week, we released over a dozen titles and updates across the Oculus Platform. Here’s a rundown of the highlights:
This puzzle/horror experience combines storytelling with unique interactive elements to bring you a tale of friendship, duty, and fear set in a Cold War era facility.
The little astronaut is back, and there’s an incoming asteroid storm that you have to control in order to save your space buddy. Make sure to catch the rare and colorful asteroids hurtling at you and blast them to score important power-ups.
Konrad the Kitten
What’s more fun than a virtual kitten? More virtual kittens! In this latest and greatest update to Konrad the Kitten, six new orphan kitties await you plus new activities you can do with them, like feeding, hiding, training, cleaning, and more. There’s also a new minigame for you to try with your furry pals.
Previously available on Oculus Go and Gear VR, this game pits you against giant insects that have invaded the metropolis. Do you have the strength to come face-to-face with larger-than-life creepy crawlies and stop the infestation? Time to find out!
This app was built for music creation and performance. Build your music studio in VR and riff and experiment using a wide array of expressive instruments. You can also use it with popular third-party music production software.
This Tribeca selection brings melancholic memories of a lost childhood in fragments of play, lessons, and choir recitals. Set in an abandoned school, this mix of 3D 360° video, stop-motion miniatures, and CGI pushes the art of puppet animation to new heights.
Perfect For: Fans of The People’s House, Remembering, and Dear Angelica
Developer: Felix & Paul Studios
Available On: Rift, Oculus Go, + Gear VR
More Info: “Oculus at Tribeca: A Quartet of VR for Good Projects, Plus Narrative Innovations from Fable Studio and Felix & Paul Studios”
— The Oculus Team