[GAME] Graveyard Shift Virtual Reality Simulation

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    Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/graveyard-shift-virtual-reality/id1126190430?mt=8

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    • This game is for Google Cardboard and other 3D mobile virtual reality headsets •

    Use your virtual reality headset to experience the thrill of fighting a horde of zombies from the comfort of your own home!

    Get ready to defend from zombies in virtual reality! Experience the real sensation and thrill of the undead with your mobile virtual reality headset. This experience boasts a 360 VR FPS field of view, addicting and endless gameplay. Look in the direction you want to shoot your gun and don't get bitten by zombies!

    • Features •

    -Stereoscopic virtual reality rendering and headtracking for mobile VR
    -Realistic zombie simulation and environment
    -Endless shooting gameplay
    -Large world

    Learn more about Google Cardboard here:
    https://www.google.com/get/cardboard/

    Works with any mobile stereoscopic headset with a built in accelerometer.


    Some Compatible VR ( Virtual Reality ) Headsets Include:
    Google Cardboard VR
    Stooksy
    Durovis Dive VR
    Refugio 3D
    VR View-Master
    VRTX One
    Merge VR
    ANTVR
    VR Smartview
    ColorCross
    VRTRIA
    Nibiru VR


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    Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/graveyard-shift-virtual-reality/id1126190430?mt=8
     

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