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New VR Games To Play On Oculus Rift – November 24, 2017 Weekend Edition

New VR Games To Play On Oculus Rift – November 24, 2017 Weekend Edition

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To show our gratitude to our readers, we have launched a new membership called VR AND FUN PLUS where we’re giving away the best VR games and premium VR headsets. In fact, we’ll be giving away an Oculus Rift + Touch bundle this month to one of our members! Make sure to check out the details here.

Check out last week’s releases.

Below is a list of new VR games and experiences available on the Oculus Rift:


Written and directed by Edward Robles, Dispatch takes you inside the head of a police dispatcher (Starr) who is facing one of the greatest challenges of his career during an all-night crime spree. The mini-series features features Martin Starr (Gilfoyle from “Silicon Valley”) as Ted, the protagonist.

As unsung heroes of the law enforcement world, dispatchers have one of the most difficult jobs – receiving awful news at the worst hour, immediately sending help, and hoping for the best outcome. In “Dispatch,” the protagonist, Ted, is thrust into a situation where he is no longer a witness to whatever happens on the other end of the line, but rather, the only person who can help the victim.

Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator – $50.99

Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator has made its official full release this week. This VR experience is a flight simulator in virtual reality where you get to explore the world of flying in quality and style. Users will be able to fly a large selection of highly detailed aircrafts with an interactive 3D cockpit. You’ll be able to fly in and out of 150 different airports in the south western United States.

Users will also have access to global elevation and satellite imagery.

16 aircraft included:
– F-18, Learjet 45, C172, Baron 58
– ASG 29 glider, Pitts S-2B biplane
– Airbus A320
– B737-500, B747-400
– King Air C90 GTx, Aermacchi MB-339
– Corsair F4U, Extra 330
– Swift S1 glider, P-38 Lightning
– Sopwith Camel

Hopalong: The Badlands – $24.99

Hopalong: The Badlands is a unique VR western game where you ride a stick horse and battle comical villains. You’ll be galloping your way on the stick steed while you fight the evil Dynamite game and the pig-riding Boss Boomity.

Magic Table ChessFREE

A new update has been released for Magic Table Chess that brings about a whole fresh experience for the game. Users will be able to play the classic game of chess in a futuristic VR universe. Everyone will be able to enjoy the immersive environment while jamming out to an original soundtrack.

The game is free so what do you have to lose?


Here’s another free and cool VR experience for you to check out called Transition. This is an award winning seated experience based on the music of Kettel & Secede – ‘Canned Forever’ by Mike von Rots and Joost Jordens.

You’ll find this to be a metaphor for death where you go on a journey into the next.

Discovering Space 2$9.99

In Discovering Space 2 you’ll be able to explore outer-space and the planets that make up our solar system. Users will take control of their ships where you’ll be transported to anywhere in the solar system. You’ll get to see and feel what its like to be deep in space.

The Exorcist: Legion VR$4.99

From the award-winning team behind “A Chair in A Room: Greenwater” and “The Harbinger Trials” presents a new virtual adventure in terror called The Exorcist: Legion VR.

This new horror based interactive VR game will put you inside a multi-chapter story set in the world created by horror maestro William Peter Blatty. You’ll delve deep into the heart of the supernatural as you learn the trade of demonic exorcism and uncover secrets leading you towards a final confrontation with your darkest, most hidden fears.

Tevris – $7.79

If you’re a fan of classic Tetris games, there’s really not much to say other than that you’ll have to play this game. Tevris is the remkae of the classic game, just in VR. You’ll be able to use your motion sensor controllers to put the shapes in position. It’s also quite interesting how you can see the blocks drop as if its right there in front of you.

Make sure to get that high score.

The hospital: Allison’s Diary$5.99

The Hospital: Allison’s Diary has made its way to the Oculus Rift.

“In 1956, a nine years old child died in the psychiatric hospital of Santa Benedetta Martire. Her name was Allison. While alive, Allison wrote a personal diary, which is said to contain the truth about her past and the creepy life at the hospital. The diary was never found. A few years later, the hospital was shut down, and became a terrifying,
god-forsaken place. You are Guglielmo Carter, a dauntless reporter interested in finding Allison’s diary and revealing its hidden secrets.”

Taken from real facts, “The Hospital: Allison’s Diary” is a new horror virtual reality experience, putting the user alone in an abandoned hospital searching for the unknown with only the help of a single torch.



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