• Ball Maze VR

    Ball Maze VR


    Release date: January 28, 2017

    Ball Maze VR like its name suggests is a 3D roller ball game featuring addictive puzzles. You need to roll the ball through the maze towards the exit. The game offers daily to weekly updates that adds more levels for you to enjoy.

    Casual / Puzzle / Strategy
    For VR Headsets: Samsung Gear VR
  • Rocket Carz Racing

    Rocket Carz Racing


    Release date: May 22, 2017

    Rocket Carz Racing is a single-player car racing camera with futuristic cars inspired by cars for 50s and 60s.

    Casual / Driving / Racing / First-Person / Simulation / Single-Player / Third-Person
    For VR Headsets: Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR
  • The Hospital Allison

    The Hospital Allison's Diary


    Release date: May 19, 2017

    The Hospital Allison's Diary is a horror exploration game for Gear VR. It tells the story of a 9-years old child patient who died in a psychiatric hospital. You play as a reporter who's on a search to find her lost diary and reveal this place hidden secrets. The game supports the Touchpad, Game pad and the new Gear VR controller.

    Adventure / Exploration / First-Person / Horror / Simulation / Single-Player
    Announced: May 19, 2017
    For VR Headsets: Samsung Gear VR
  • Farmer vs Evil 2.0 VR

    Farmer vs Evil 2.0 VR

    Android / Daydream

    Initial Release date: May 19, 2017

    In Farmer vs Evil 2.0 VR you goal is to protect your harvest from the creatures that come at night.

    Action / First-Person / Shooter / Single-Player
    Announced: May 19, 2017
    Game engine: Unity3D
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible, Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR
  • Aquarium War VR

    Aquarium War VR


    Release date: May 20, 2017

    In Aquarium War VR you control a fish. You need to move your head to eat fish at the same level to level up.

    Action / Exploration / Shooter / Single-Player / Third-Person
    For VR Headsets: Samsung Gear VR
  • Daedalus



    Release date: May 21, 2017

    Daedalus is a platformer exploration game for Gear VR taking place in a beautifully designed surrealist world. Your objective is to explore the complex labyrinths and locate the three platforms that open the gate. The difficulty increase as you progress through the levels with more complex confusing structures.

    Adventure / Exploration / First-Person / Platformer / Puzzle / Single-Player
    Announced: May 21, 2017
    For VR Headsets: Samsung Gear VR
  • Sammy in VR

    Sammy in VR


    Release date: May 18, 2017

    Sammy in VR is a horror adventure game where the decisions you make are a matter of life and death and your action will affect the plot of the game and will change how the game ends.

    Adventure / First-Person / Horror / Mystery / Single-Player
    For VR Headsets: Samsung Gear VR
  • Term1nal



    Release date: May 18, 2017

    Term1nal is a story-driven stealth action game with puzzle elements. You play as a hacker. You need to use your remotely controlled android and a robot dog to infiltrate into a highly secured facility and uncover the plot that threatens the future of humanity. The game features a total of 12 different missions. Playable either with a gamepad or the new Gear VR controller. Published by Oculus Studios.

    Action / Adventure / First-Person / Narrative / Puzzle / Single-Player / Stealth / Tactical
    Game engine: Unity3D
    For VR Headsets: Samsung Gear VR
  • Space Battle

    Space Battle


    Release date: May 11, 2017

    Space Battle is a 3-minute space shooter experience where you fly your spaceship and taking down enemy forces. The game requires the new Gear VR controller to play. The game was developed by Samsung to showcase the immersive gameplay when playing with the new Gear VR controller.

    Action / Fighting / First-Person / Racing / Shooter / Simulation / Single-Player / Space
    Announced: May 11, 2017
    For VR Headsets: Samsung Gear VR

About Samsung Gear VR Headset

Gear VR headset is a Virtual Headset manufactured by Sasmung but powered by Oculus VR technology. It was designed from the ground up to work with Samsung's latest mobile phones, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

Samsung Gear VR was designed to be convenient to wear and portable. Gear VR brings its owners the opportunity to enjoy a new kind of visual experience when using dedicated VR apps and games. Samsung's high-end mobile phones are very popular, and this opens up a path for developers to satisfy their needs for unique and entertaining mobile phone games.

Keep in mind that the Gear VR doesn't employ a dedicated built-in display, but uses your phone's screen to show its magic. Furthermore, unlike other headsets with built-in display, the Gear VR uses your mobile phone's built-in sensors to track your head orientation.

As of the time of writing, there are two different models of the Gear VR, because each one support to fit phones with different sizes. Samsung also made the Gear CR compatible with Bluetooth gamepads, so you can have a controller which can control your character in-game. Other than that, the Gear VR is independent device, it doesn't rely on any other hardware to operate. This makes it a great choice for people on-the-go or taking it to your next vacation.

The Gear VR also has an integrated touchpad, which can be useful for interacting with a UI of an Android VR app or in-game.

If you have one of Samsung's latset high-end compatible smartphones and you love VR games, the Samsung Gear VR is the obvious choice.

Samsung Gear VR was meant to take mobile VR gaming to a new level. This is a step up experience compared to the cheaper alternative headsets based on Google Carboard specifications, and those headsets who were designed to just to be a sit for the headset itself, and relies on the phone's built-in sensors to operate.Keep in mind that Gear VR isn't compatible with all Android headsets, only a selected high-end Samsung smartphones. Although the Gear VR headset is relatively cheap, it does require a compatible device like the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, Note5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, etc.

So this is one reason that many gamers turn to some of the alternative VR headsets because to enjoy the Gear VR, you'll also need a compatible mobile device. One of these alternatives is Merge VR which is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones, it's affordable but doesn't offer as much content as Gear VR.

The Samsung Gear VR has been reviewed by the industry leading gadget websites, and most of them found the GearVR to offer the best mobile VR experience so far and among its pros they mentioned its relatively light weight (although the phone adds to the weight), cordless experience, comfortable design, high-quality lenses and very easy setup procedure. Samsung Gear VR is considered as a Luxury mobile VR device, but it is still far from offering the same visuals and complete VR experience that both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive offer. But that's understandable considering the hardware requirement for these two headsets, but for mobile VR, Gear VR is currently the best choice.

The Gear VR reviews also brought up some cons, including sole compatibility with Samsung mobile devices, short battery life (the Gear VR uses your phone's battery), graphics are not as robust as the PC and consoles, no positional tracking, visible screen door effect and pixelation among others.

Overall, the Gear VR is the mobile VR headset of choice for many people who already own one of Samsung's compatible smartphone and want to enjoy the best cordless mobile VR experience. The game selection is getting larger every day with great new immersive games and experiences. Check out these amazing new Gear VR games in the list below.

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