10 best, free Samsung Gear VR games

Top 10 free Samsung gear VR games – Here you can read more about the best free gear VR games available on Oculus store for your Samsung devices. You can download all of these games from Oculus store for your gear VR for free!


A Night Sky

This is a relaxing game where you can explore new things and find a new dimension. You will be on the edge of a peaceful vale, beside a crackling campfire, and explore the open night sky. Using the new Gear VR controller’s simple point and touch controls, connect the constellations above to form patterns among the stars. As the different shapes are revealed, wonderful creatures will come to life in the sky around you. It is fun, mystical and a very relaxing game.


Star Wars: Droid Repair Bay

Droid Repair Bay, created by ILMxLAB, is the official virtual reality story connected to Star Wars: The Last Jedi. In this game, you will take a role in the titular repair centre and be fixing up BB-8 and other roly-poly droids as they come in with defects. You will repair BB-8 and his astrometrical droid friends, each with their own unique personalities, so they can roll back into the fight against the First Order. Aboard General Leia’s ship in the depths of space, you’ll need to work quickly before battle breaks loose just outside the droid repair bay.


Face Your Fears: Stranger things

VR is absolutely the best gaming platform for horror experiences. Face Your Fears is a collection of horrifying experiences ripped straight from your nightmares; creepy clowns, monsters in the closet, dangerous heights. Face Your Fears is a game set up of different environments and who knows what hiding in the shadows. Each environment is a bit different, and there is always something lurking in the darkness. From gigantic robots wreaking havoc, to snakes in the darkness, to a poltergeist hiding in a closet, each level offers something a little bit different.


Oculus Arcade

Oculus Arcade offers up more than 20 arcade classics, including Sonic the Hedgehog, Pac-Man, and Galaga, and you can play 20 minutes of each for free – or buy any game outright for a couple of quid. They play well with a gamepad, and the futuristic arcade setting is kind of cool. This is another virtual environment in which you do things in 2D but this is a virtual arcade. Play Pac-Man, Sonic, Galaga and more in three arcade rooms. Everything is free for a while but you have to pay to unlock unlimited play.


Temple Run VR

You might remember Temple Run as a mobile game that had you running from a beast. This is an update of that game built to be played in VR. This time you are being chased through a snowy world inhabited by vicious yetis who are really not amused at your presence. Turning your head will allow you to see the Arctic Gorilla Monkey hunting you down, with tilts helping you pick up coins and avoid blocks on the winding path. You will have to choose between paths as you flee and hope that you don’t die. Using the touchpad on your Gear VR, you can jump, dodge and roll to get past both the arctic monkeys and the occasional pitfall. This game can definitely be a bit intense as you move quite quickly, but it is just as addictive as it’s mobile game.


 Skylight – 

Skylight is a VR based tactics game and about space battles. On the bridge of your flagship, a holographic projector shows your fleet floating in space, facing the enemy and awaiting your orders. You can play through 30 Campaign missions, create your own in Skirmish mode, or play a Multiplayer match against your friends or a stranger. The multiplayer is turn-based, so you don’t need to be online at the same time as your opponent. You can simply play the match whenever it fits you best. Give Skylight a go and you’ll soon find it hard to return to the 2D equivalents. Set on the deck of a spaceship, play battles in neon 3D, enjoy with alot of moving and blasting.

You can download it and start playing without paying a penny, which is great, then a payment is required to unlock all of the experience, only 10 are freely available.



When it comes to horror games in VR, Sisters was one of the first on the scene, and it is still supremely creepy. It is a very simple game and is based more on looking around you than interacting with anything else. I would recommend using a good pair of headphones while playing this game and sitting on a swivel chair so that it is easier to look around, so you can see everything that is going on.


Blade Runner 2049: Replicant Pursuit

With Blade Runner, you can experience the vast cityscape of Los Angeles in the year 2049 from the skies as you pilot your spinner in a thrilling chase set in the Blade Runner universe. So get pumped for this game by jumping into the world of Blade Runner. A rogue replicant has murdered two people, and it’s up to you to track him down. You’ll be piloting a spinner, searching futuristic Los Angeles while in pursuit.


Smash Hit – 

With this game, you can take a surreal journey through an otherworldly dimension, move in harmony with sound and music. This is a fun, easy to play and a game full in harmony. All you have to do is smash everything that is in your path! This experience requires focus, concentration, and right timing. Smash Hit is the most successful title from Sweden-based Mediocre, a game development company that makes non-violent games simulating physics for novel gameplay.


Dead & Buried

With this game you can natively capture in-game 360° screenshots and video. Share your gunslinging adventures with friends and relive the highlights in our brand-new Gallery. Dead and Buried is one of the first game to be developed almost completely by Oculus Studios — the in-house content creation arm of the Facebook-owned Rift manufacturer.  It was created in a partnership with Gunfire Games, the team behind Chronos. Dead and Buried is a multiplayer shooter with a wild west theme. The action is fast and frenetic; the gunplay is well designed and satisfying, and the combat mechanics are immersive and technical enough to keep matches consistently engaging.


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