I absolutely LOVE this experience. It runs amazingly well so please don't update the graphics, I love the way it runs. A small criticism I have is the stereoscopy seems not intense enough to the point where far away objects appear not far enough away, and the floor feels like it's at my waist not my feet. Ignoring those minor complaints it's a really fun experience that I'd love to see more levels on. Good job developer. Definitely in my top mobile VR experiences. The game is exactly what it needed to be. Simple, yet effective.
Fun VR intro that is accessible and intuitive. It is good design to have each area focusing on different mechanics and aesthetics as it keeps the game feeling varied even thought at its core the game is very simple. I think the levels should be blocked off until you have completed earlier areas as it would add a sense of progression rather than being quite so haphazard. The first level is a simple tutorial in navigation and it is the little things like going on the ferris wheel that force the player to look around and take in the environment that make you appreciate this experience. This is the kind of thing that I might strap to a friend's face to show them what simple VR can be.
A lovely little game with crude yet functional graphics that doesn't take too long to complete. Nice use of the Cardboard abilities. It made exploring fun.
Great, want more! Worked great! It did crash once after completing level 2 though. Love the concept. Looking forward to more challenges!!
Although it has 5 levels (and more would certainly be appreciated), it is by far one of the best VR apps I have, in gameplay, aesthetics, and quality.
Best cardboard game we found yet Would love 100 more levels/world's
-The magnet switch functionality has been repaired and is back in working order, remember to flick it quickly for the most reliable results.
-Fixed a minor issue with the starting position in level 4
All of your review feedback is highly appreciated, thank you.
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