Game Review: End Space VR

Get your FREE End Space VR! We have 10 Promocodes to hand out!


Grab your Google Cardboard put on your headphones and strap yourself in to your space fighter and fly through intense space battles defeating progressively harder waves of enemies. Feel immersed in the visually stunning, 3D positional audio world of End Space VR.

Featuring triple AAA graphics and the use of 3D positional audio, End Space VR delivers the most immersive and compelling VR experience available on Cardboard. It has been fully optimized to squeeze out every bit of performance to provide a fluid and smooth VR experience.



  • Fully immersive VR experience using AAA graphics and 3D sound
  • 3 beautifully crafted space environments to fly through
  • Never ending gameplay with progressively harder waves of enemies
  • Highly detailed ships with damage modeling and destructible pieces
  • Powerful upgrades to your ship and weapons


End Space VR has a good gameplay. The immersion is nice and the graphics are very good if we compare it to the Virtual Reality games that are sold in the AppStore at the moment.

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End Space VR uses the Google Cardboard SDK which means it will work with both Google Cardboard, the new Google Cardboard v2.0 and almost all other smartphone VR headsets.

Keep in mind that the first Google Cardboard magnetic button does not work with iOS devices. So in order to play you will have to disable the Trigger option in the game. This will automate the shooting. The same thing goes for most VR headsets as the game does not support Bluetooth controllers that are sold with VR headsets like Homido (sold separately) and Freefly VR (free controller).

fortunately the new Google Cardboard v2.0 has a new kind of (conductive) button which works with your iPhone so you can control the trigger in the game.

Rather you use the manual trigger or not, the game play is still very good!



End Space VR is developed by Justin Wasilenko a wild-land forest fire fighter, turned web designer and by night independent game developer. In 10 months he developed End Space VR having zero previous knowledge of game development or C# programming to a full-blown game with the goal of showcasing what is possible with a Cardboard box and a lot of ambition. He moved from Canada to Germany in 2014 and where he currently resides with his wife and is currently expecting a new member to the family. He started working on End Space VR in February 2015 as a side project after a Christmas visit with his brother who demoed a early game built using Unity and showed off his pizza box turned into a Google Cardboard.

Free Redeemcodes

Justin Wasilenko gave us 10 promocodes to hand out to you guys:


Promocodes are valid for 14 days. Each code can only be used once.
To redeem go to the AppStore -> Featured -> (scroll down) Redeem -> Redeem manually and enter the redeemcode. The download will start automatically.

Price: 0,99 $/ 0,99 €

Country of origin: Nelson, Canada

AppStore link: End Space VR

Official Website:

Readers Comments (1)

  1. Beat Lehmann 12/05/2017 @ 15:05

    How do you disable the trigger option in the game. Can’t find any kind of menu or options!


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