The Oculus store already allows you to buy paid applications all over the world (except South Korea for the moment), so it is already possible to get the full versions of some games and experiences that, until now, were only available in demo form.
At the moment, purchases are made in dollars and the conversion is made at the time of payment. Titles such as Dreadhalls, Protocol Zero, Mars is a Real Place or Bandit Six among others can already be purchased for prices ranging from $2.99 to $4.99. The full version of Dreadhalls, in addition to new environments, enemies and a complete story of which we will have to put all its pieces together, incorporates a classic mode, similar to the VR Jam currently available on Oculus Rift, in which the map is generated completely randomly. Between now and the commercial launch of Gear VR, scheduled for the end of the year, a whole avalanche of titles is expected, much more after the Oculus Mobile VR Jam and its juicy cash prizes.