O, that forced thunder from his heart did fly,<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>
1、<p>Nordcurrent has finally released its time management and restaurant sim, Cooking Fever, on Google Play. So Android fans can finally get a slice of the action as well.</p><p>Cooking Fever is a time management sim in which players cook a variety of delicious and exotic dishes from around the world.</p><p>You start with fast food but over the course of the game's eight levels will move on to more difficult morsels like baked goods, pizza, and, eventually, sushi.</p><p>You'll travel to England, India, and China and cook hundreds of different meals on a variety of different kitchen appliances. You can also decorate your themed restaurants to entice more customers in.</p><p>Nordcurrent has assured players that more is still to come but are keeping quiet on exactly which world food is next to make it into the game, which already has well over 300 levels to play.</p><p>Since being released, Cooking Fever has seen enormous success on iOS, topping the Top Grossing Top 50 Charts in the US, and it's been downloaded by over 14 million players worldwide.</p><p>Now the game is set for further growth after being released to the Android masses, which make up a huge chunk of the world's market share of mobile devices.</p><p>Head on over to Google Play [download] to get started on your very own restaurant empire on your Android device today.</p><p>If you're an iOS user who hasn't played yet, then take a visit to the App Store [download] to remedy that right now.</p>This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.
2、Who is the clown (beta)"And he has a bit of a temper, they tell me," persisted Gilbert.
1、<p>Switch owners won't have to wait much longer: Rocket League is finally coming to the platform on November 14th, all current content and modes included.</p><p>If you're not familiar with Rocket League, it's simple: rocket cars meets soccer. Through teamwork, gravity-defying aerial acrobatics, and last-second goals, you and your team needs to pass and hit the ball into your opponent's goal. That's Rocket League in a nutshell; the skills to pull off those slick saves and fly across the field aren't included though.</p><p>Variations on the core gameplay ranges from special arenas with unique power-ups to a basketball match that replaces goals with hoops to dunk the ball; the Switch version will come with wireless local multiplayer, exclusive cars themed after Mario, Luigi, and Samus, and cross-play with Steam and Xbox.</p><p>Rocket League will be available on the Switch for £19.99/$19.99.</p>
3、Little liberties are great offenses.<p>After what feels like an exceedingly long wait, Motion Twin’s beloved roguelike Dead Cells is finally available for iOS devices. It originally launched last year, where it went on to earn multiple GOTY nominations. And rightfully so in my eyes; it’s a damn fine action game, with a stellar combat system which enables some of the most kinetic, violent action in recent memory.</p>