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September 27, 2015

7 best Google Cardboard VR apps and games

by John_A

Google cardboard best vr apps
Google Cardboard and VR in general are starting to become big news. It’s becoming the latest platform for totally immersive apps and games that show you all kinds of stuff and let you do all kinds of things. Could it be the next big thing in media entertainment? Possibly, but for now it’s rather young. Let’s look at the best VR apps and games available for Google Cardboard (and other VR headsets) right now.

caaaaardboard google cardboard best vr appsCaaaaardboard!

[Price: $1.99]
Caaaaardboard! is a VR game that works perfectly with Google Cardobard. This is a custom made version of the game AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! made specifically for VR headsets. Silly names aside, this is a fun, immersive experience that has you diving off of buildings while performing stunts. The game utilizes tilt controls so it’s totally hands free and one of the more intense gaming experiences you can get on VR. It’s a bit tedious sometimes according to user reviews, but otherwise, this is a great place to start.
Get it on Google Play
caaaaardboard google cardboard best vr apps

cardboard google cardboard best vr appsCardboard

[Price: Free]
Cardboard is the Google app that they recommend you install when you first get your cardboard. It features guided tours of places like the planet Earth, the city of Versailles, and more. It also doubles as a video player, photo viewer, and more. It doesn’t have any particular point but the stuff it has not only shows you the power of VR, but it’s also kind of fun to experience. It’s also totally free so there’s no harm in grabbing it.
Get it on Google Play
google cardboard best vr apps

insidious vr google cardboard best vr appsInsidious VR

[Price: Free]
Insidious VR is, admittedly a promotion for the Insidious movies but the VR experience it provides is actually fairly intense and does well to show off the power of VR. You get a voice guided tour of the afterlife in horrific way. It’s a tad short but it is an entirely free application. It’s good for a temporary download and it’s definitely good for showing off to friends who are interested in seeing VR.
Get it on Google Play
insidious vr google cardboard best vr apps

titans of space google cardboard best vr appsTitans of Space

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Titans of Space is a guided tour application that shows you around our solar system along with a few stars. Along with a visual experience, the app also contains fun facts and information about the various celestial bodies so it doubles as an educational experience. This is great for parents wanting to teach their kids or anyone wanting to learn a little bit about the solar system.
Get it on Google Play
titans of space google cardboard best vr apps

vrse google cardboard best vr appsVrse

[Price: Free]
Vrse is a very interesting story-telling application. It shows you sweeping landscapes and graphics while you listen to stories. It’s considered one of the best examples of VR to date and it’s totally free to use. Do keep in mind that the app is having difficulties with several devices and you cannot move it to the SD card. Other than that, it’s definitely worth giving it a shot.
Get it on Google Play
vrse google cardboard best vr apps

waa vr google cardboard best vr appsWAA! VR

[Price: $1.15]
WAA! VR is a VR game where you play as a little astronaut as you go on adventures. The game mechanics use focus as controls so you just look at something in order to select it. It features a full 360-degree view and the idea is that you must defend the astronaut from incoming asteroids. It’s fairly inexpensive, easy to play, and fun to do. It’s also good for kids.
Get it on Google Play

<img src="; alt="YouTube best android apps to help kids leatitans of space google cardboard best vr apps=”125″ class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-396172″ />YouTube

[Price: Free]
YouTube is a no-brainer. The video streaming service has begun adding VR-enabled videos in their data base for use with VR headsets or even with your regular device. Google has been very open about using YouTube as a hub for VR video content, including things like guided tour videos and just general VR stuff. If you have Google Coardboard, then you should also have YouTube because a lot of awesome stuff is coming.
Get it on Google Play
youtube best vr apps

Wrap up

This list will expand as VR becomes a bigger deal. That said, if you stumble upon this list and there’s an app you think belongs here, let us know about it in the comments! Don’t forget to check out our Apps Weekly newsletter for the latest Android apps and games news using the button below!

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