It’s an exciting time for the virtual reality (VR) industry with the recent launch of the Oculus Rift, and the HTC Vive head-mounted display (HMD) due next week. But consumers have been able to get their hands on VR for a while now, through the mobile Samsung Gear VR device, and this week sees a new crop of content launch for the HMD. The first is from developer Carlos Coronado with puzzle adventure videogame Annie Amber.
Coronado is the creator of the award-winning VR videogame MIND: Path to Thalamus, and in Annie Amber are tasked with solving a variety of puzzles through the solar system as you learn about her story, from birth to her final days.
All the puzzles and motion are solved with head-movements, no Bluetooth controller is needed. The videogame can be downloaded now from Oculus Store for $7.99 USD and should be reasonably comfortable to view.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of the latest VR content on Gear VR, reporting back any further announcements.