Welcome to the End Space Press Kit. Here you will find any information you might be looking for to write about End Space on the Gear VR or to learn more about it. If you require something that you don’t see here please send me a e-mail and I will make it available for you.
- Developer: Justin Wasilenko
- Released: April 21, 2016
- Social: Facebook, Twitter, Google+
- Website: http://endspacevr.com/
- Press Contact: email@example.com
- Price: USD $7.99
- ESRB: E 12+ for everyone
Oculus Home Description
It’s a time of uncertainty in our universe. The Union has started to regain control but the Resistance has become stronger, more daring, unwilling to give in. The Union is looking for a new ace pilot. Will you be that pilot? Can you defeat the Resistance?
I think you can.
Using a gamepad or touchpad, pilot your ship through intense space battles wiping out the remaining pockets of the Resistance scattered across the galaxy. Your powerful Pulse Laser cannons and homing Meteor missiles are neural linked to your sight providing a deadly combination of technology and skill. Unlock progressively harder levels and upgrade your weapons by earning credits after each success.
This isn’t the End of Space, it’s just the beginning.
Features currently in development
- Oculus Rift & HTC Vive Support – With upgraded graphics and HOTAS control
- PS VR & Google Daydream releasefall 2016
- More missions
- More weapons
- 3rd person camera mode
- Mobile VR Daily Review
- Twisted Reality Review
- How Two Brothers Built a Full-Time VR Studio Out of Pizza Boxes
- The 5 Best Space-themed Apps for the Gear VR
End Space is developed by Justin Wasilenko a wild-land forest fire fighter, turned web designer and by night independent game developer. In 3 months he developed End Space for the Gear VR after being encouraged by the critical success of End Space VR for Cardboard. He moved from Canada to Germany in 2014 and where he currently resides with his wife and little baby girl. He started working on End Space VR for Cardboard in February 2015 as a side project after a Christmas visit with his brother who demoed a early game he built using Unity and showed off his pizza box turned into a Google Cardboard. Seeing a bright future in VR he has turned his full attention to developing End Space across multiple platforms.
Download all screenshots in a zip file here.