Remastered Competition

We're bringing it back to the old school with these remastered VR demos, updated for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. We'll be announcing the winners shortly but in the meantime, check them out for yourself!

Remastered Competition
Apps are available on:
Android
Android
iOS
iOS
HTC Vive
HTC Vive
Idealens K2
Idealens K2
Pico Goblin
Pico Goblin
OSVR HDK2
OSVR HDK2
Rift CV1
Rift CV1
Rift DK1
Rift DK1
Rift DK2
Rift DK2
  • DreadEye

    DreadEye
    Price
    FREE - $1.49
    Available on
    HTC Vive / OSVR HDK2 / Rift CV1 / Rift DK2

    Now updated demo remastered for both Oculus CV1 and HTC Vive owners !

    Now updated for Oculus Runtime 0.8!

    Please, take a seat. You'll be here for a while. Don't worry, you wont be alone. Let these creatures welcome you... They'll keep you company. Give you a taste of a dark surreal experience. Don't be afraid just yet... Perhaps they will spare you this time around. After all... the nastiest thing they can do to you will only be virtual. But... then again... You will probably be wishing you were in a real dream.

    - DreadEye
  • Don't Look Back (Remastered)

    Don't Look Back (Remastered)
    Price
    FREE - $1.49
    Available on
    Rift CV1 / Rift DK1

    If horror games on Oculus Rift weren't scary enough, Don't Look Back ups the fright factor by only allowing you to see what your torch is pointed at...and it's not a very powerful torch!

    - Don't Look Back (Remastered)
  • Radial-G : Racing Revolved (Remastered)

    Radial-G : Racing Revolved (Remastered)
    Price
    $1.49
    Available on
    Rift CV1

    Remastered version of the original Radial-G : Racing Revolved 'Oculus Share' single player demo. You've got one lap to set your best time, now for Oculus Rift CV1

    - Radial-G : Racing Revolved (Remastered)
  • Welcome to Oculus - Remastered

    Welcome to Oculus - Remastered
    Price
    $1.49
    Available on
    Rift CV1

    The remastered version of the classic virtual reality introductory app, "Welcome to Oculus."

    - Welcome to Oculus - Remastered
  • FUKUSHIMA_RMI2

    FUKUSHIMA_RMI2
    Price
    $1.49
    Available on
    Rift CV1

    Fukushima_RMI_2 is an educational VR experience of the Fukushima Dai'ichi nuclear power accident of March 2011. The VR activity is aimed at creating an awareness of the challenges facing engineers at the Fukushima nuclear power plant and what happened during those fateful days. The activity is solely intended for EDUCATION USE only. Good luck. We are counting on you!

    - FUKUSHIMA_RMI2
  • Breath Tech Remastered

    Breath Tech Remastered
    Price
    $1.49
    Available on
    HTC Vive / Rift CV1

    Use your HMD's microphone to project your breath into VR. See your breath and use it to solve puzzles in this mini-game designed to demonstrate various uses for breath detection. Blow cloth, dust, particles, bubbles and more and see if having your breath in the virtual world helps to increase your level of immersion. Read more at www.JumbliVR.com/breath and please report any issues.

    - Breath Tech Remastered
  • VR Experience

    VR Experience
    Price
    FREE - $4.99
    Available on
    Android / iOS / HTC Vive / Idealens K2 / Pico Goblin / Rift CV1 / Rift DK2

    Immerse yourself into up to 24 various virtual worlds and explore each one into a unique ambience.

    - VR Experience
  • Titans of Space CLASSIC with Developer Commentary

    Titans of Space CLASSIC with Developer Commentary
    Price
    $1.99
    Available on
    HTC Vive / Rift CV1

    The pioneering Titans of Space VR experience is turning FIVE years old! Blast into the past with this original public prototype, which has been "lightly refurbished" to work with today's PC VR headsets and their hand controllers. It also includes extensive audio commentary by the developer! Works with Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and your flatscreen monitor.

    - Titans of Space CLASSIC with Developer Commentary
  • SenseEarth

    SenseEarth
    Price
    $1.49
    Available on
    HTC Vive / Rift CV1

    The DK1 virtual earth before there was GoogleEarthVR.

    - SenseEarth