Cheaper than a real ion drive space drone. The controls are really simple and easy to learn, at least in my experience and the music is great, if a little repetitive. Most importantly the drone is responsive and super fun to fly. The way you slowly figure out on your own what you're supposed to be doing and slowly make things happen is interesting and kept me into it for a while. The most fun I've had with my Daydream View so far. Please add a claw. Every drone deserves a claw.
Hard to learn, vague hints, still fun to learn to play. Took about 12 minutes to learn, figure out and complete. So very much a short demo. App did heat up my device more than other apps and consumed about 1% battery per minute.
Controls do take a bit, but pretty to close to flying an actual drone. Took me a few minutes to get the puzzle, but then no problem (reminds me of Portal). What was disappointing was that was the only level. Good free game though!
Breaks a bunch of best practices for VR. At least, it looked like it did. The drone flew threw my head repeatedly and could not be controlled any of the times I reset the game.
It was so incredibly hard to control that I gave up pretty quickly in frustration. Might be good, but I closed and uninstalled after just a couple of minutes of fumbling with the controls to little avail. Maybe that's the appeal for some folks? Like figuring how to tame the impossible controls is actually the challenge of the game? I dunno.
I loved it. Almost gave up because there are no hints and the controls are hard to learn quickly. But in the end that's exactly what I loved about it. More levels please
- added a dynamic hint system
- made text easier to read
- show controls screen before starting the game
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