Back to Top

About Komodo

Komodo: A Paradise Under Pressure' is a 20-minute VR Nature documentary which takes you on an incredible journey through the waters and islands of Komodo National Park; a unique ecosystem situated in the Indonesian archipelago.

World record freediver and Ocean Explorer William Winram, together with his protégé marine biologist Lukas Müller, go to extreme lengths to show you the beauty of the Park and some of its iconic inhabitants, including the deadly Komodo Dragon and the giant Reef Manta Ray.

During their dives they assist Nat Geo’s “Queen of Mantas” Andrea Marshall who is researching the manta ray population in the Park. Together, the three of them have some amazing encounters with the wildlife they are fighting to protect. Sadly, it is not all beauty and wonder; the team is confronted with serious plastic pollution which is putting a growing strain on this magical place.

VR Gorilla, Watermen Project and Blend Media have partnered to produce this long-form VR documentary.

Similar Oculus VR Games & Apps

Lost Recipes

Lost Recipes

4.4

Prepare authentic food in three historic kitchens in this relaxing cooking simulator. Travel throughout history to master traditional recipes and discover classic ingredients, tools, and techniques. Indulge your appetite for a unique chef training experience in this realistic and satisfying game.

BRINK Traveler

BRINK Traveler

4.3

BRINK Traveler is a virtual travel experience that takes you to amazing natural locations in full 3D to feel like you're really there. Step into a postcard and visit some of the most breathtaking places on Earth today! Featuring: • 20 incredible spots to see across 13 locations • A virtual guide to teach you about your surroundings • Collect points of interest • Shoot photos to share with friends • Download only the locations you wish to see • Regular content updates with more locations to come

Mondly: Practice Languages in VR

Mondly: Practice Languages in VR

4.2

Learn Spanish, English, Japanese, French, German, Italian & 24 more languages from the comfort of your couch. Enjoy dynamic conversations with our virtual characters and boost your confidence by speaking a new language in real-life scenarios. You’ll get instant feedback on your pronunciation, suggestions to enrich your vocabulary, and surprises that will transform language lessons into a game-like experience. Experience the most advanced language course ever and build your fluency in no time.

Noda

Noda

2.8

“The sensation of standing inside your own mind is beautiful” - Krepta Experience limitless creativity in a world that connects ideas and inspires teams. Step into your imagination and invite others to join you for a new level of collaboration. Noda is an inspirational landscape for building and sharing 3D mental models, from mind maps and storyboards to project plans and flow diagrams. Explore your mind like never before.

We Live Here

We Live Here

4.4

Rockey lives in a tent in a park. We meet her on the day police and sanitation workers come to clear the park of homeless people. Rockey has to make a decision: flee or get arrested. She decides to go hoping that when she returns, her tent, her home and all her belongings will still be there. Through interactivity with Rockey’s personal objects you will explore her memories with word, poetry, music and animation.

First Steps for Quest 2

First Steps for Quest 2

4.8

Take your first steps in VR and get to know your controllers in this short experience that showcases the power of Oculus.

Details of Komodo

Category: Entertainment
Supported Platforms: Quest, Quest 2
Supported Player Modes: Sitting, Standing, Roomscale
Genres: Educational, Adventure, Travel
Supported Languages: English
Latest Version: 1.3
Required Space: 0.10 GB
Total Installed Space: 0.20 GB
Publisher: VR Gorilla
Developer: VR Gorilla
Release Date: 22-Nov-2021
IARC Rating: PEGI 3
Rating: 5.0
Price: $3.99
Website: https://www.vr-gorilla.com/work/komodo/
Available on: Oculus VR Store

User Reviews

author
I really enjoyed this 20 minute video app. It starts out showing the beauty of the island and the water that surrounds it, then turns to show the ugliness of the water and land because of the horrible human...
JeffRichards