Minos Spacefighter was just updated to support flight mode with compatible controllers. This update has a tonne of fixes and changes how the game is developed. Of note the game is now built with Unity’s Technical Preview version for Daydream and Cardboard. This has a bunch of optimizations and fixes however is only available for Android currently. Once iOS support is offered we can get this great new update out to iPhone users as well.
End Space was just updated to 1.1.3. Head to Oculus Home to grab the new update. This is a small patch to address the audio issues with the Samsung S7 + S7 Edge and adds support for the Xbox One S wireless controller. Read the patch notes below for a detailed list of everything included in the update.
In other amazing news End Space has been named to the 9 Best Samsung Gear VR Games You Can Play Right Now list thanks to Upload VR for the awesome review!
End Space VR for Cardboard has had it’s named changed to Minos Starfighter! The name change is to stop any more confusion that End Space VR for Cardboard is a similar game to End Space on the Gear VR. This will hopefully put a to stop to any future confusion as we push forward developing End Space on other platforms. End Space VR for Cardboard has been wildly successful with many fantastic reviews, recommendations, and awards naming it the best game for Google Cardboard. Minos Starfighter will continue that tradition and is available on the Play Store and the App Store. End Space will continue to be our main focus of future development efforts.
Microsoft just released a firmware update to allow owners of the latest Xbox One S controller to work with the Samsung Gear VR. This is a ‘How to’ on getting the firmware updated and connecting the Xbox One S controller to the Gear VR. First we will look at how to get the update and then how to connect the controller to your Gear VR over Bluetooth.
I just finished building my new VR Development rig and after getting all the parts together the magic moment arrived. I hit the power button and entered into BIOS and to my dismay my new M.2 drive, the Samsung SM951 was not detected by the Asus Z170 Pro Gaming motherboard. After reading forum posts of people complaining about the same issue I didn’t find a solution that worked. Luckily I found one post that guided me in the right direction and after some more tweaking I found the right settings in BIOS to get my M.2 drive detected by Windows and proceed with the install on the fresh SSD.