Explore 24 worlds in 3D stereoscopic view cheaper than with an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive thanks to a Google Cardboard compatible VR headset.
Look down during a few seconds or use the iOS fully supported magnet toggle on the side of the headset to start/stop moving into current scene or to load next level (4 configurable VR moving modes are possible with or without magnet toggle, speed, player's height or eyes distance is also configurable).
You can build a Google Cardboard VR headset yourself or buy one on a dedicated website.
Learn more about Google Cardboard and building your own virtual reality glasses at g.co/cardboard.
VR Experience is also compatible with premium VR smartphone headsets such as Homido or Durovis Dive VR.
Note that the application also works on iPad but needs a dedicated VR headset.
In this version you can explore 21 different levels/worlds without additional cost or ads:
- Space ship
- Center of the Earth
- Ice land
- Tropical island
- Steam city
- Old mine
- Deep Space
English and French are supported.
For the best experience, use iPhone 7, 6 or 5 series.
Note: with virtual reality and 3D stereoscopic view, you may experience dizziness, or “Sim Sickness” if you are tired or using the game for too long a time. In that case stop playing immediately.
Bug fixes (crash at load on iOS 10 devices)
New Cemetery world added.
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New bugs after update
This was updated May 9 and I noticed new bugs have been introduced. In some of the environments, like the monastery, the left and the right eye view aren't properly aligned. There's more of a lag when you turn your head than before. Plus, your point of view is too low on some levels, such as the volcano – it seems like you're crawling on your stomach!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.