This is a fun little building game that, once you get the hang of it, is pretty simple. It's an interesting concept and has great potential. The only problem for me is that, when in phone mode, it's really slow. Like I move or shift the cube and it needs to stop tracking it in order for it to move on screen. This makes it difficult to use, especially on my tablet. It works a little more smoothly on my phone though(doesn't stop tracking it, just buffers). So it just needs a little more tweaking and it'll be perfect.
Great game one of the first of it's kind. It's a little hard to figure out at first and annoying to register but registering kept getting stuck and buffering, it is a battery drainer however once in the game it's a basic version of Minecraft and it's a lot of fun can't wait to see where this leads to. (This is without vr headset)
The game never worked because you can not click on "I have one" on the Merge Cube set up. It seems like the interface is broken. I would like to try it. This is probably why it was on clearance from $10 down to $1 at Walmart. Haha.
Doesn't work without modding 3rd party cardboard goggles I already owned. If your tapper is top center, then you will have to find a way to drop it down some befor the software will register the click.
The merge cube is right next to worthless. It's literally just a block of foam. The concept is pretty worthless. Have something physical that's easily identifiable by a camera and you've got.. A way to rotate the view. All these apps could be controlled as well if not better if the cube were just in the software. The only benefit again is that you can move the cube in real life to change the view. There does seem to be one sort of game that could benefit: a tilting game of rolling a marble. But other than that it's just a piece of foam. I bought it quickly as a gift thinking it was probably a dumb gimmick and that's what it is
I spent $30 CAD on a merge cube. As a concept, it is brilliant -- and I am excited to see more work done in AR. The execution, however, is terrible. None of the games seem to work with my phone's touch interface. I have to use a Bluetooth mouse to click anything. The cube itself is just a piece of rubbery foam with tracking symbols on it... nowhere near worth $30 CAD. I'm keeping it only for research purposes. Hopefully some more work will unlock its potential.
Functionality updates and bug fixes.Added the ability to create a user account for added features.