Game stops responding after just a few levels and is shut down. Nice concept though. Daydream VR on Pixel. Edit: Have since been receiving sporadic in-game errors on game screen indicating that controller could not be located, no crashes. Since this may implicate the controller instead am revising rating.
Great game! Gets really tough but still love it. Gameplay is smooth and seriously efficient, can play for a good while without getting too warm. Only point of criticism is that you can't seem to shoot planes until they are coming right at you. I'd love to be able to shoot them as they fly by.
Well made game overall, but with one glaring issue on Daydream. The aim is controlled by moving your head, which makes absolutely no sense given that the Daydream comes with a controller. Being able to look around freely, but aim with the controller would make the game much more enjoyable.
Dont waste your money on this! There are better apps with better graphics! They said they had updated the free version where you aim with the Daydream controller... They have NOT ... basically still targeting with viewer... What a waste of my money and how it's a blatant lie from the developer! Very disappointing...
Question : How does the scoring system work? Sometimes I shoot the bad guys quickly and get a score and when I take long, I get a higher score. But matter what, I'm unable to get 3 star scores. Secondly, the game is fine but I'm sure majority of the bullets which I fire at the planes don't do any damage even though I'm sure I'm shooting them right. Also, allow the planes to be damaged when they are on the sides, the damage is done only when they are coming at you
Overall a lot of fun, and quite challenging. I recommend giving it a try. The only thing missing in my opinion is a more tightly integrated campaign with a progressively unfolding storyline. The missions as they stand are fun, but feel more like standalone challenges.
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