- Oculus Store Spoofer: a site that lists all current promotions on the Oculus Store
- Oculus Store Spoofer: Basic Search Filters That The Oculus Store Sorely Lacks
On the Oculus Store, there are many games whose selling price exceeds the € 50 mark. Several Oculus Rift games have also exceeded one million dollars in revenue. However, by searching, one can also find very good free games or sold at low prices.
Likewise, from time to time, Oculus offers discounts on the most popular games, or one-off sales across the catalog. Unfortunately, to seize these offers, it is necessary to consult the Oculus Store daily, and sometimes to rush into the meanders of the virtual store to find the good deals.
Oculus Store Spoofer: a site that lists all current promotions on the Oculus Store
Fortunately, thanks to the Oculus Store Spoofer site, it is now possible to easily filter out good deals from the Oculus Store. Created by SecretGibbon, an American Reddit forum user, this site simply lists the current promotions on the various Oculus Rift and Gear VR games from the Oculus Store.
The percentage of reduction is indicated for each offer, and it is possible to classify the games by title or by price. In addition, the platform lists all the games in the store in alphabetical order. For find the free games, just type the word "free" in the search bar.
Oculus Store Spoofer: Basic Search Filters That The Oculus Store Sorely Lacks
This search system may seem rudimentary, but it is clear that the Oculus Store does not offer this functionality, however basic search in alphabetical order or by price. Likewise, on the official site, it is only possible to explore the different categories to discover games or experiences. Likewise, until now, to search for apps outside of the Oculus Store, it was necessary to manually search Google by typing the keyword Oculus followed by the name of a game or experience.
This site will therefore offer a much more comfortable search system, even if it does not allow you to filter games by genre. Remember that the interface of the Oculus Rift, Rift Core, will go to version 2.0 around December. In addition to a redesign of the Home menu, we can therefore hope that the Oculus Store also receives improvements.