Weekend Downloads is part of our weekly update to bring you the latest additions to the Samsung Gear VR. This week we also decided to include a couple for the Oculus Rift as well. Whether your up for some poker, unlocking magic arrows, or taking a time machine to the Jurassic era, there is a little something for everyone to check out this week!
Get ready to snap in your phone scouts!
This Week’s New Gear VR Content (5/21/16)
Casino VR Poker (FREE)
This free multiplayer game for Gear VR transports you into a stunning casino to play poker with people from around the world. You know how much we love chatting and singing in Oculus social, now you can have a fun relaxing atmosphere to kick back and play some cards. Ambitious players can win big to climb to the top of leaderboards.
Archer E. Bowman ($7.99)
The developers at voidALPHA, this game lets you become Archer E. Bowman, Rampart Hero! Take to the wall with your trusty bow and defend the kingdom from beastly hordes. Travel to exotic locations, unlock magic arrows, and teach your enemies a lesson they won’t forget!
Please, Don’t Touch Anything ($8.99)
The whacky puzzle game is back with an update to the original cryptic, brain-racking, button-pushing simulation. Covering for a colleague who is taking a bathroom break, you find yourself in front of a mysterious panel whose only component is a red button. Push it, and open the door to a world of new riddles and mind blowing surprises. Now available for both Gear VR and Oculus Rift. Developed by BULKYPIX.
Time Machine VR ($29.99 – Rift)
We thought we’d throw in an Oculus Rift only title into the mix as well with Time Machine VR. You are a time-traveling cadet tasked with exploring the Jurassic era and the ancient creatures that once ruled the prehistoric oceans. Things take a turn when melting ice caps in the present unleash an ancient deadly virus that lays waste to humanity. The key to the cure lies in the extraordinary creatures of prehistory. You will need your wits and cunning to survive the past and save the future.
You can also check out last week’s new Gear VR content here.