Weekend Downloads is part of our weekly update to bring you the latest additions to the Samsung Gear VR. This week, the Oculus Store has added two new apps, two games, and a concept puzzle expereince for your weekend downloading pleasure.
So for all you Gear VR owners out there, a little something for everyone to check out from this week.
Get ready to snap in your phone scouts!
This Week’s New Gear VR Content (4/2/16)
NCAA March Madness Live VR (FREE)
Get NCAA March Madness Live for Oculus and Gear VR! Watch live games in VR from the 2016 Final Four, view the 2016 NCAA men’s basketball tournament bracket, and watch on-demand video highlights once the games have wrapped. Tune in Saturday, April 2 at 6:00 p.m. and Monday, April 4 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern. Who will reign supreme as Villanova goes head to head with Oklahoma and North Carolina battles it out with Syracuse. Read More.
Do you like to draw? How about animate? Now you can do both while surrounded by a 360 degree view of your art. Developed by Gnometech, Circumpaint, allows you to paint with pixels on a hemispherical canvas with you at the center.
Annie Amber ($7.99)
From the creator of the award-winning VR game MIND: Path to Thalamus, the VR, comes Annie Amber. Solve thrilling puzzles through the entire solar system as you experience life (from cradle to grave) as Annie Amber.
Escape from Bunker 14 ($2.99)
You begin with no memory of who you are, or where you are. You seem to be in some sort of military bunker… but why? As you descend through the levels of the bunker, you begin to work out what happened in this place and why you’re here. In the end it becomes a race against time…
Prime Bird (Concepts)
Created by Kazuya Noshiro, Prime Bird is a flying puzzle edutainment VR experience that lets you fly as a bird. As you fly, number plates will appear. It’s up to you to identify and fly through the prime number on each plate. New genres don’t get any newer than this!
Also don’t forget to check out this week’s Destination in 360 Photos. This week, Oculus is taking you to Bangkok!
You can also check out last week’s new Gear VR content here.