• Super Pixel Smash

    Super Pixel Smash


    Release date: January 25, 2017

    Super Pixel Smash is an addictive fast-paced retro-action game where you use a Pixel Paddle and your Gravity Gauntlet to eliminate tiles on the other side while keeping an eye that the projectiles won't get into your side. The game includes power-ups and charged shots which you can use to finish levels faster and increase your total score.The game also supports Steam leaderboards, so you can compare your achievements versus those of other players from all around the world.

    Action / Arcade / Casual / First-Person / Room-Scale / Single-Player / Sports / SteamVR
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
  • Samurai Sword VR

    Samurai Sword VR

    PC Exclusive

    Release date: January 31, 2017

    Samurai Sword plays like Fruit Ninja but instead of slicing out swords in a stationary position, your character moves along a path slicing up traditional Japanese culture objects using his katana (choose from either flame, lighting or standard sword); there is even an epic boss fight as well. The game features 7 authentic stages with beautiful atmospheric Japanese style visuals and complimentary soundtrack. This certainly a breath of fresh air compared to games like Bear Ninja and ZenBlade,

    Action / Casual / Competitive / First-Person / Room-Scale / Seated / Single-Player / Standing / SteamVR / Swordplay
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
  • VR Amazing Files: Horror Hospital

    VR Amazing Files: Horror Hospital


    Release date: January 16, 2017

    VR Amazing Files: Horror Hospital is a horror adventure shooter game taking place in an abandoned hospital. You need to the missing research notes that will assist you in finding patient No. 0 which is the key person of producing a serum. The hospital is full of zombies, and the game was designed to with very challenging puzzles and limited ammo to make you think before you shoot. You need to carefully analyze the scene before acting.

    Adventure / Exploration / First-Person / Horror / Puzzle / Room-Scale / Shooter / Single-Player / Standing / SteamVR / Survival
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
  • Dunk It (VR Basketball)

    Dunk It (VR Basketball)


    Release date: January 17, 2017

    Dunk It is like its name suggests, a virtual reality dunking game taking place in space where the player is given total control of the basketball and can can perform cool stunts and amazing dunks due to the lack of gravity. There are several game modes available, including a free play for just having fun and practicing, a Time Trial and an online multiplayer mode (upcoming as of the time of writing).

    Casual / Competitive / First-Person / Multiplayer / Room-Scale / Single-Player / Sports / Standing / SteamVR
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
  • GridVR



    Release date: January 17, 2017

    In GridVR is a collection of some classic arcade games brought into VR, including Observation, Snake, Simon Says and Color Shooter; and play all those gamesin a very minimalist design environment.

    Action / Arcade / Casual / First-Person / Mini-games / Seated / Single-Player / Standing / SteamVR
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
  • Puzzle Island VR

    Puzzle Island VR


    Release date: January 17, 2016

    Puzzle Island VR is a gorgeous single-player and multi-player cooperative physics puzzler for the HTC Vive, which takes place on a deserted island where the player needs to solve various physics puzzles alongside with friends.

    Casual / Co-op / Early Access / First-Person / Multiplayer / Puzzle / Room-Scale / Single-Player / Standing / SteamVR
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
  • Beach Bowling Dream VR

    Beach Bowling Dream VR


    Release date: January 13, 2017

    Beach Bowling Dream VR is like its name suggest, a room-scale virtual reality bowling game taking place on a beautiful tropical remote island. However, instead of regular bowling balls you use cannon balls. It's a great feeling to play bowling in a wide open place.. oh, and there is also a treasure chest which you need to unlock.

    Casual / First-Person / Room-Scale / Single-Player / Sports / Standing / SteamVR
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
  • Don

    Don't Mess Up


    Release date: May 20, 2017

    Don't Mess Up is a collection of gorgeous virtual reality minigames which you can play alone or locally with up to 4 people. The game consists of several fast-paced action game that delivers challenging, competitive and immersive gameplay experience. There is also a dynamic camera system to allow players to spectate the other players playing while waiting to play themselves. The game was designed from the ground up for VR with support for the Vive and Oculus Touch controllers. Coming May 2017.

    Action / Casual / Competitive / Early Access / First-Person / Local Multiplayer / Mini-games / Party / Room-Scale / Seated / Single-Player / Standing
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
  • Kindled Cavern

    Kindled Cavern


    Release date: January 13, 2017

    Kindled Cavern is an exploration adventure game for HTC Vive where you need to explore a cave full of beautiful and fantastical sights and creatures. While exploring this magical place, you need to solve puzzles, collect gold, defeat enemies and you must light all the seven oil stands that are located throughout the cave in order to escape it. Each run should take about an hour or hour and a half, and you can replay it to try to beat your previous score which is saved after you finish each run.

    Action / Adventure / Casual / Exploration / First-Person / Puzzle / Room-Scale / Single-Player / Standing / SteamVR
    For VR Headsets: HTC Vive
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About HTC Vive Headset

HTC Vive is a virtual reality head-mounted display made by a partnership between HTC and Valve Corporation. The headset was announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and will be released to the market on Holiday 2015.

HTC Vive headset is powered by SteamVR which built from the ground up to provide consumers with a full virtual reality experience. This includes, among others, proprietary SteamVR wireless controllers which were designed to help users interact with the objects in the virtual world. Developers can take advantage of the SteamVR API for free and also OpenVR SDK that comes without the Steam functionality to develop games for supported platforms. We can assume that we'll see more Steam VR based headsets from other manufacturers coming in the near future, not just from HTC.

On the hardware side, the HTC Re Vive (aka HTC Vive) features a 1200x1080 per eye resolution running at 90Hz refresh rate (90fps) and provides 110-degree field of view (FOV). This provides gamers with a crisp and clear view of the image stream without any jitter. This is critical to allow gamers to play for a long time with as little stress on the eyes as possible.

Furthermore, the HTC Vive VR headset utilizes 70 different sensors, including a gyrosensor, accelerometer, laser position sensor, and Steam VR dual pulsed laser base stations (aka "Lighthouse"). Those are used for measuring your head rotation and your physical movement and apply that data to the virtual world you are in. The base station sensors allow the HTC Vive headset to track your location up to 15 feet.This opens a whole new world of possibilities for designing unique and innovative gameplay interactions. This is a unique feature for the HTC Vive, and I'm sure many game developers will jump over to take advantage of it.

The success of the HTC Vive will be tight to its adoption among game developers, but with a complete integrated support for SteamVR in Unreal Engine 4, we can be sure that many game developers will adapt this technology for their upcoming titles.

HTC Vive was released with a two wireless controllers and two base stations, that enable players to experience a 360° room-scale experience. This is why many of its titles are aimed for room-scale experience, compared to its competitor, Oculus Rift, which was launched without its "Oculus Touch" controllers, which are planned to be released in the 2nd half of 2016. Gamers and reviewers who tried both have reported that HTC Vive is the upper hand, but things might change once Oculus has its Touch tracked-motion controllers released.HTC Vive is certainly the headset of choice for many hardcore gamers who want to get the best possible VR experience at launch.

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