Google responds to the launch of Gear VR by publishing the Cardboard SDK for Android, and two Oculus Rift games have already made the leap to Google Play, surely followed by many more over the coming weeks.
Google has enabled a specific section for Cardboard on its developer website, where we can download the SDK for Android and Unity, with all its documentation and numerous examples to start working from the first moment. In addition, there are already two Oculus Rift games available on Google Play, very appropriate since in its version for Windows they are handled without hands.
The first is Proton Pulse, which appears for the first time complete, with more than 50 levels and 5 bosses before being available for Windows, at least its full version. Here you can see it in a short video that we published more than a year ago.