Well done but no fun The point of the game is to find your way in a maze at full speed, you die a lot. Unfortunately dying makes me sick (sudden black screen with the text tracking the head position) so I came to hate dying and the game is no fun in that case (even on Saturdays). I've spent 12€ on better things.
A bit too hard Infinite slow mo on Saturday is an interesting way to address the too hard issue. But that seems like the wrong solution to me.
Hit and miss Hit:. I love the sensation of motion. There's a quirky wit to it and the setting has drawn me in enough that I want to put in the time to solve the levels. Miss: I just can't slam my head a hard 90 ( or more if the home calibration has shifted) degrees left or right as quickly as required. Not even while standing. If there was a slower easy mode I could probably get on board.
Unbelievable! I was hesitant to get the game because of the price. It's worth every flippin penny! I'm not very far in, but given the few reviews I wanted to help promote the game. It's a maze game (so far, only on level 4) but turned up to 11. I find it fantastic and immensely fun, and have this publisher for VR. Thanks for a great game!
Really fun to play. Very intense. Have to take breaks to give my neck a rest. Yes, it may take a long while--and many attempts--to figure out each level. Not for the easily discouraged, but totally worth it if you like a good challenge.
Beautiful, entertaining, and a really good use of VR, but far too difficult for someone who isn't a gamer. If I hadn't by chance tried it on Saturday (unlimited slow motion) I would have discarded the game. I spent maybe 15 minutes on the first "real" level (Book), and even with unlimited slow motion I wasn't able to find the target. As someone else said, it's difficult to swing my head around fast enough to make some of the required turns. REALLY needs an easy/slow mode for old people and non-gamers (else it's a Saturday-only game for me).
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