• Virtual Rabbids: The Big Plan

    Virtual Rabbids: The Big Plan

    Daydream

    Release date: June 22, 2017

    In Virtual Rabbids, you have been recruited by the a government agency recover missing digits of the nuclear security password stolen by the some troublemaking irreverent rabbits. You need to travel to different locations to obtain those numbers. This is Ubisoft's first VR experience. The trailer is hilarious, don't forget to watch it. More information coming soon. The game is planned for Spring 2017 release for Google Daydream.

    Adventure / Casual / Experience / Puzzle / Single-Player
    Announced: Feb 28, 2017
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible
  • Boberboard VR

    Boberboard VR

    Daydream

    Release date: June 8, 2017

    Boberboard VR is a Runner VR game for Google Daydream. Every spring a strong stream of water destroys Bob's home. You need to help Bob the beaver build his super dam using strong materials so he won't left without a home.

    Adventure / First-Person / Runner / Single-Player
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible
  • Candy Squad

    Candy Squad

    Android / Daydream

    Estimated release date: Q3 2017

    Candy Squad is a gaze-based (controller-free) VR game in which you use your mighty hammer to attack evil candy-themed Chomps to save the marshmallow on Candy Island. Your hammer will grow each time you hit sugar wisps candy and you can use it to deal higher AOE damage by either hitting or throwing the hammer to hit targets far away from your location. AS you progress you'll unlock new puzzles, tools and more enemy types. The game is coming in Q3 of 2017 for Gear VR, Daydream and Cardboard.

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    Action / Casual / First-Person / Gaze-based / Puzzle / Single-Player
    Announced: Jun 13, 2017
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible, Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR
  • Legion Commander

    Legion Commander

    Daydream / PC / PS4

    Release date: TBA or N/A

    Legion Commander is a cross-platform Clash Royale / Dragon Front style VR Real-time Strategy (RTS) game, developed by a Chinese developer ChangYou known for their MMOG TLBB and our mobile game TLBB 3D. The game takes place in a medieval fantasy world with three raced and 36 different troop types for PvE and PVP engagements on different maps. Your goal is to destroy the enemy's forts. More information coming soon.

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    Action / CCG / Competitive / Cross-Platform MP / Multiplayer / RTS / Single-Player / Strategy
    Announced: Aug 31, 2016
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Samsung Gear VR
  • VR Anya Escape Run

    VR Anya Escape Run

    Daydream

    Release date: May 2, 2017

    VR Anya Escape Run is an endless VR runner game for Google Daydream. You play as a princess named Anya. You need to escape the prison and avenge your kingdom. There are many obstacles and soldiers on the way that will try to stop you from escaping, use your sword to take them out, collect the coin and avoid getting hit.

    Action / Casual / Fighting / First-Person / Runner / Single-Player / Swordplay
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible
  • Access Code

    Access Code

    Daydream

    Release date: May 15, 2017

    Access Code is a crime puzzle adventure game where your mission is to infiltrate and investigate various locations, decipher the clues that will help you uncover a conspiracy that might claim the life of millions.

    Adventure / Detective / Exploration / First-Person / Puzzle
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible
  • Jingyang Ridge

    Jingyang Ridge

    Daydream

    Release date: June 2, 2017

    In Jingyang Ridge you have given a mission to save a local Chinese town from roaming tigers. You have a bow and arrows in your disposal. You need to control the power and angle of shooting using the headset to clear out all the tigers to finish the mission.

    Casual / First-Person / Shooter
    Announced: Jun 1, 2017
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible
  • Hello Mars

    Hello Mars

    Android / Daydream

    Initial Release date: December 17, 2016

    Hello Mars is an educational simulation games that was developed in order to teach you more about Mars landing sequence in VR, as well as take you on a journey on the Martian terrain surface with the Curiosity Mars Rover. The game is available for both Daydream and Gear VR.

    Educational / Mini-games / Simulation / Single-Player / Space
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible, Samsung Gear VR
  • VIRUSH

    VIRUSH

    Daydream / PC

    Initial Release date: June 9, 2017

    Virush is a fast-[paced arcade-style game that plays like the classic game 'Snake'. You are the last defender against invading computer viruses. You need to use the controller to move around and collect as much data packets as possible before time runs out. The more packets you collect, the more bombs you'll be able to collect, which you can use to slay enemy viruses and infected packets near your location. A really unique game.

    Action / Arcade / Single-Player
    For VR Headsets: Daydream-compatible, HTC Vive

Daydream is a brand new VR platform from Google, announced at Google I/O 2016 (May 18th, 2016). Many people were expecting Google to reveal a standalone, but Google has chosen to go somewhat in a surprising direction. Daydream is actually a virtual reality platform, that consists of both hardware and software. It defines a set of required hardware specification that its hardware partners should comply with for their headset to be a Daydream-compatible headset. On the software side, Daydream relies on Android N operating system and is actually a part of it. The software enabled a dedicated VR mode that can communicate with platform related hardware and provides users with a VR-only user interface. Daydream platform will enable very high-quality mobile VR on Android smartphones, but not all Android smartphones are compatible with Daydream.

Google shared the Daydream design reference with some of its hardware partners so they can start working their own Daydream-compatible headsets. The new platform will be compatible only with Android N (It's not the final name though, Google has given users the option to help in finding a name for its next Android OS). The device has to meet the minimum specifications to be able to run the Daydream platform, and by doing so, Google made sure that if you have a compatible Android device, you'll get the best possible mobile virtual reality experience Google wants you to have. This way, developers will also be able to optimize and target their virtual reality games and apps to match those relatively high hardware specifications; which for us, the gamers, this obviously means higher quality games.

A Daydream-compatible headset worsk the same way Gear VR works, by inserting the phone into a compartment in the headset itself in order to power it. We are probably going to see many types of Daydream-compatible headsets from different manufacturers in the near future, which is always a great thing. More competition means lower prices. We can also expect those headsets to cost lower the Gear VR, but that still yet to be seen. Google worked with various mobile phone manufacturers and guided them with information about the minimum hardware parts that is needed to make them Daydream-ready and make those future phones a perfect fit for its platform. There are already phones from various manufacturers, like Samsung, HTC, LG, Mi, Huawei, ZTE, Asus and Alcatel, which are already meet those minimum hardware specifications and even surpass it. Furthermore, much more Daydream-ready smartphone will be arriving this Fall. [update] On May 19th, Google confirmed that it will be releasing its own first-party branded Daydream headset and a controller.

At Google I/O 2016, Google also introduced a new and very simple motion-tracking controller to make the whole VR experience even more immersive and enjoyable. Daydream platform will obviously deliver a much better VR experience than Google Cardboard does. I don't think it is the end of the Carboard, not so fast. I think it will still be a cheaper alternative to Daydream. Google also hopes that in the near future, most of the smartphone that people purchase will be Daydream-ready, and therefore more people will be able to enjoy this amazing mobile VR experience that Google really wants you to have.

Google also plans to add a completely new VR section on Google Play, it's Android app store. A section which is completely separated from the other non-VR apps and games. This will make it more convenient for users to search for and download VR specific content.

Speaking of which, there are already several studios like Ubisoft, EA, nDreams, Climax, and others, who are working on some brand new titles for Daydream. Google also mentioned in the event that many of its popular services will get a VR app for Daydream, including Street View, YouTube, Google Photos, Play Movies and Play Store. All of the Daydream apps and games will reside in an app that Google calls 'Daydream Home', a place where you can browser through all your Daydream VR games and apps, and also discover many new ones as well.

In this page, you will be able to find detailed information about the latest and upcoming VR games for Google Daydream mobile VR platform, accompanied by game previews, reviews, gameplay and trailer videos, user opinions and user rating for each game. All the games in this list should work with any Daydream-compatible VR headset.

Daydream is planned for Fall 2016 release. We'll update this page when more information when it becomes available, so stay tuned and visit us often.

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