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<p>This week at GDC, Oculus held a special event to reveal Minecraft in VR. Only this time it wouldn't be for the high-end Oculus Rift as we’ve previously seen, it was in fact for the Gear VR.</p><p>As part of the event I was able to enter the block filled landscape of Minecraft on the Gear VR. Not only did it look and feel excellent, being quick, responsive and beautiful to look at, but it was hard to tell that you were only playing this on your phone, and not some high-end PC.</p><p>However, Minecraft on the Gear VR may have far wider reaching implications for the future of VR when it is released this Spring. At least that’s what Oculus VR chief technology officer John Carmack, one of the men behind the iconic first-person shooters Wolfenstein 3D, Doom and Quake, thinks.</p><p>Both when taking the stand to address the gathered press, and when talking with him one to one, Carmack was very keen to focus on how mobile VR will be the driving force in VR for quite a while to come. In fact, he already believes that the Gear VR is superior to other VR devices, thanks to its portable nature, and the ability to completely turn in a 360 degree motion.</p><p>That’s on top of its extremely affordable price point of $99. All of which Carmack believes makes the Gear VR the perfect first step for many into virtual reality, and the unique experiences only it can bring.</p><p>He also believes that just like in the early 90s when the First Person Shooter genre was breaking new ground, virtual reality is the perfect place in the industry to be right now. This right now is a genesis point for VR, a place which is all about new experiences and ways to play, and as such no longer predictable. And for Carmack, mobile VR is the perfect place to experience this, and from where to grow VR and all of the various experiences it brings.</p><p>Nevertheless, having Minecraft on the Gear VR is a massive boost for the platform, and one that will bring many into the VR fold. In fact, Carmack went as far as to say that in the year where VR finally goes mainstream, Minecraft for Gear VR “is going to be the most important game in VR this year.”</p><p>Nowadays Carmack has completely dedicated himself to the development of VR for mobile devices, believing that mobile VR will pave the way for millions to experience virtual reality. After both personally speaking with him, and having tested out various Gear VR games this week at GDC including Minecraft, it’s hard to argue with his analysis.</p>
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<p>Animation Arts' classic PC point and click adventure, Lost Horizon, is being ported onto mobile this summer in cooperation with Deep Silver Fishlabs.</p><p>Lost Horizon is set in Hong Kong in 1936 and features Fenton Paddock, an ex-British Air Force pilot turned smuggler and crook, who receives an offer to find the lost members of an expedition in the highlands of Tibet.</p><p>This expedition was led by an old friend, Richard, so Fenton heads out into the highlands with his ex-girlfriend Kim to find him and the rest of his team.</p><p>Meanwhile, the Nazis have sent a small force into Tibet that are also charged with finding the lost team. They obviously discovered something good, if such a fuss is being made of finding them.</p><p>The mobile port includes new voice-overs for all characters in both English and German.</p><p>Lost Horizon is headed towards iOS in July with the Android version set to follow shortly.</p>Steampunk Puzzle - Brain Challenge Physics Game(Unlock all levels)<p>Just a few weeks after the game arrived on the App Store, Death Road to Canada will shortly be getting MFi controller support to really drive home that console feel. <p>MFi controller support update submitted, for Death Road to Canada iOS!And maybe a special surprise feature.— Rocketcat Games (@rocketcatgames) April 6, 2017 For those who don't know, Death Road to Canada is an utterly daft zombie slashing road trip sim in which you and a bunch of people you probably hate, and maybe a few dogs, attempt to survive a zombie outbreak. Aside from crossing the boarder to an apparently zombie-free Canada, you'll also have to stop at cities on the way and scavenge for supplies and survivors.</p><p>Having received very good reviews across its platforms, Pocket Gamer awarded the game a Gold and found it very enjoyable indeed. For me personally the touch controls could be a little flaky at times, so the introduction of MFi support could be just the ticket into making the game right at home on mobile.</p><p>The update isn't out just yet but Rocketcat Games announced that it would likely be hitting out on April 13th if there were no delays.</p><p>Until then, if you haven't got the game yet, grab it on the App Store now for £7.99/$7.99.</p>
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<p>If Apple called its thinnest and lightest iPad the "Air", then what are we going to call Samsung's new device - which is 0.5mm thinner and 48 grams lighter than the Air 2?</p><p>We'd go with the Samsung Atom, if we were in charge of marketing. But we're not. So it's called the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Evidently, we should be in charge of marketing.</p><p>Like the Tab S, it's got that gorgeous 2048x1536 Super AMOLED display. There's an 8-inch version like before, but the 10.5 inch big boy has shrunken down to 9.7 inches. Must be chilly.</p><p>Under the hood you'll find an octacore processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32 or 64GB of internal memory. And as for software, you'll get Android 5.0 with TouchWiz - which adds multi-app multi-tasking and the usual Samsung gumpf.</p><p>The tablet has also got a pair of cameras, a fingerprint scanner, and a Micro SD card port for more space.</p><p>The Tab S2 will be available everywhere starting from August. Looks like a good shout for Android gamers. You can get all the specs over at Samsung's site.</p><p>Today's a great day for rhythm fans on Android devices as Cytus II, the sequel to the amazing and massively played game by Rayark has been launched on Android after a bit of a wait.</p><p>The game features more than 30 songs right off the bat and contain 30 additional songs as iAPs. Rayark is also known for continuously updating its games so expect a whole lot more in the future.</p>
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<p>Days of Wonder is working on a digital adaptation of the popular board game Splendor that'll be out on iOS, Android, and PC this summer.</p><p>The physical version of the board game sold over 200,000 copies across 30 countries so there are plenty of fans out there.</p><p>If you're one of them, you may need convincing of this adaptation's quality. Well, previously, Days of Wonder brought us the fantastic adaptation of Ticket to Ride.</p><p>But if you need further convincing, then know that the publisher of board game is working alongside Days of Wonder to ensure its top notch.</p><p>As such, the adaptation should play the same as the original board game. This means you'll be playing as a wealthy Renaissance merchant trying to get the most Prestige points. You win by having the most money and being the most popular merchant.</p><p>It's played as a strategic multiplayer turned-based game with cards and a board. The way you gain popularity and wealth is by being crafty and cruel.</p><p>You exploit mines and caravans as well as hire craftsmen to leverage their influence with the nobility. How else do you expect a wealthy elite to get what they want?</p><p>You can see the first images from the Splendor adaptation above. That's all we have to satiate you for now but it'll be out soon anyway, so just hold on a little longer, and you'll have it in your hands.</p>
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