Best VR app I've tried so far (out of several dozen). Gorgeous graphics, totally immersive experience, and fantastic view of the Earth below. Maybe it's because when you look down, you can see your feet -- or that everything is scaled correctly -- but you totally feel a sense of presence when playing this game. That said, the goal of the game is to find a bunch of boxes. They're all just lying out there in plain sight. So -- not too challenging! But really stunning visuals. Anyone who wants to know what future VR apps should look like, should definitely check this one out. UPDATE: It's been several months, and no new promised content has appeared. Meanwhile, I'm seeing other apps come out that are just as good, or better, that have replaced this as my favorite app. Bottom line: this app is a demo of what VR is capable of, but not yet a full game.
Nice demo with some issues It looks good but when will it be finished? Right now it's just a nice environment with some spinning boxes to collect. It's been ten months since the last update so when is the next level coming? Also you have some frame rate drops quite often which need resolving, low frame rate is a killer for any vr experience. I get this on a g3 which should run this fine.
A must try Great graphics. It's nice wandering around a spaceship, now if only you had a gun and some aliens to fry, huge potential in this game. Can't wait for the city to come.
For a tech demo for their glasses, this was well done. I am hoping to port this iOS Scenekit to be used with NEODiVR which will actually allow you to walk around and pick the boxes up as though we're actually there.
Fantastic demo This is an amazing demo of what mobile devices are capable of when it comes to creating VR experiences. I am using an HTC One M8 and the demo runs smooth and includes a lot of detail. I wish more VR apps were this good in the graphics department
how does it work for samsung gear vr? that is just blind info u gave or what?
"Sammy" is the world's first story-based VR horror game with alternate endings.
Confront the mysterious presence threatening your safety. For Google Cardboard.