Works, to a degree In Google Cardboard, the convergence is wrong and I start seeing double at a certain distance. I also have a cheapo headset with variable focal point which corrects the convergence, but it doesn't have a trigger control so all I can do is stand in one spot. Framerate isn't great, but the visuals are as good as what's shown. I didn't notice any drift, so that's good, too. I'd give it a five star rating if the convergence got fixed or if there was a setting to manually adjust it since everyone's eyes differ.
ADS RUIN EXPERIENCE, DON'T BOTHER An ad across the sbs that is not even sbs ruin even trying this. What I did see what ghosted and sucks. Rate this a 1, get this ad wear junk off the store
Good visuals, but unfortunately the visuals are a bit to great and too complex for regular smartphones to handle. As a result the game runs at a very low and bad frame rate. Unless you look up in a direction that nothing is located in and only move straight. The whole point of vr is to enable the player to look around, and with the bad frame rate, it sort of takes away ability. If the creator could fix these issues this would be a lot of fun, but it doesn't look like that's coming any time soon.
Ads during gameplay are affecting framerate Looks great but runs horribly on Samsung Galaxy S6 which is a high end phone. Pretty sure it might have to do with the ads during gameplay. Either way, unplayable on Google Cardboard
Decent Idea - OnePlus 2 Quality not as good while in cardboard and a little laggy and glitchy when walking on water
Good job on an app that cant be opened I was looking forward to play this game but the app opens and then closes saying the game has stopped
Balance on a tightrope walking is a thrilling and an exciting experience...