This week, we released over a dozen titles and updates across the Oculus Platform, including Oculus Start project Where Thoughts Go: Prologue from developer Lucas Rizzotto. Here’s a rundown of the highlights:
This social and interactive VR version of the popular card game employs natural player interactions to deliver an authentic experience. And if you think you're safe playing behind your Rift headset, think again: PokerStars VR made sure that real-life tells exist even in a virtual hand.
A trippy, dreamlike VR puzzle game that features real-time player recording, allowing you to play back your actions and movement. In order to solve the puzzles, you must interact with your recorded past selves and rewind time.
Enter this whimsical world of toys and use wooden blocks, toy trains, and a merry band of tin soldiers to help you solve complex puzzles. Work your way through different challenges to unravel the mystery behind the emotional story interwoven with the puzzles.
National Geographic VR
Dive into different worlds with National Geographic VR. Experience new content featuring topics ranging from culture to animals to science, travel, and more. Come explore and go further.
Nothing to be Written
Part documentary, part artwork, Nothing to be Written is an award-winning experience that tells stories about the First World War through “field postcards,” one of the few methods of communication available to WWI soldiers.
David Attenborough's Great Barrier Reef Dive
Explore over 3,000 reef systems in a state-of-the-art Triton submersible and come face to face with the incredibly diverse marine ecosystem of the Great Barrier Reef and learn more about how researchers are using certain coral species to predict environmental changes.
— The Oculus Team