Surprisingly immersive! This port of Quake is actually really cool! The view is very responsive and it quickly pulls you into the character even though the graphics and audio are ancient by todays standards... I played with a cheap VR Box 2 (Cardboard) and a simple bluetooth controller, but it worked perfectly. The only drawback is that the shareware version of Quake doesn't have all the maps. Loved it!
I've waited 19 years for this! I couldn't afford a PC back in the days of Quake. My boss allowed me to install it on his machine. I played often and stayed very late - after hours. Now with QVR I can climb inside my beloved Quake. And truly be at home. But what's a good controller to use? The 'jump' hangs me midair and leaves totally stuck. I'm using a cheap Sunpak SP-VRR Bluetooth controller. Thank you for QVR, I love you!
A W E S O M E I had Quaker VR running side loaded then it stopped working today. The quality of this seems to much better. Not sure if it uses the high quality texture packs by default. May need to buy the full quake from steam now!
Does exactly what it says on the tin. Fantastic. More than happy to pay only a quid for the amount of work it would have taken to port the Quake source code into Cardboard! Would cost me more than that in electricity alone... 😀 Great work - the engine runs very smoothly, even on lower spec devices.
This emulator is absolutely incredible, and is surpassed by none other. I only have one issue with it though. For some unknown god-forsaken reason, it will run on every device I own my Samsung 10-inch tablet, my Samsung Galaxy S4, but will not run on my Galaxy S7 Edge, which is the most powerful of all of the devices that I own. In even speaking with the emulators creator, for the life of us, we could not even figure out why. That's the only thing that sucks, and no fault of the Creator. Still, it would be incredible to have this game running with all the texture packs, and all the mods, on this absolute monster of a phone.
Best program for Cardboard This works beautifully. Paired galaxy s6 with a cheap Bluetooth game pad off amazon (matricom gpad bx for $15) and set up was a breeze. I played Quake as a kid when it first came out and this really took me back. I made it about 20 minutes before starting to get nauseated. Was just as well since my phone overheated at that time anyway. I'll definitely be back for more. Kudos to the developer.
- Fixed erroneous screen rotation when phone is upside down
- Huge improvement to how game is rendered, much greater comfort on smaller phones with little to no eye strain now (I hope!)