Fun, but basic The core gameplay is probably the best use of Cardboard I've seen to date. Incredible fun and surprisingly immersive, the game adapts perfectly to Cardboard. Unfortunately, there's no level select, progress save, or retry button after finishing a level. Adding those, which would likely not be too difficult, would make this game possibly one of the best apps on Android. EDIT: What I'm saying is that the description implies that this is the full game, but in vr. THIS IS NOT THE CASE
It's a great game but... ...it doesn't seem to retain your progress, I only get to play in short bursts and so I've played the first level over and over again. I'm getting bored of that and want to play the other levels. Other than that though it is an amazing use of Cardboard, I'd highly recommend it.
Essential For First Timers Fun and challenging game. May cause dizziness. Make sure you have some space around yourself. Recommend for all first time Google Cardboard users. Essential app/game/experience to try. Worth the $1.99
Knoxlabs V2 lack of support I will disregard the refund button in hopes that you allow us to adjust for different cardboard soon. High hopes for this game, once I am able to play it and not see two distinct images and vomit. Most other VR games work flawlessly. Thank you, team! ^^
Seriously? I know $1.99 is a pretty small amount of money, but you folks could at least provide software support for most VR sets available as the basic system is alike across the range of those available. I have nothing the Zeiss VR 1 and your program isn't compatible apparently. Get caught up! I really want to make this thing work.
I'm a fan of the PC version of this game. After trying cardboard I immediately thought that this game would be a great fit and I was pleasantly surprised to find Dejobaan actually made a Cardboard version. It's exactly as fun as I imagined. Note though, that it only works with your phone one way. I made the mistake of trying it with my phone upside-down. Everything looks right, but the controls are way off which resulted in me spinning around, tripping, and slicing my hand open. Totally worth it though, it's a great game!