For mobile VR, this was about as good as it gets. Walked on Mars, climb a mountain, look over a crater, find unexplained wreckage..free, with no ads! True, the gravity was earth like, and some places seemed to be roped off, but that's okay. I would really like to use this when I'm on the treadmill, maybe the next release?
SOOOO LAGGY!!!! it is really good but it is the laggyest game I've ever seen I think if there was a fps counter, it would be at 2 the whole time you play but that might be only the galaxy s4 though
Great times! Had a lot of fun. Large scenes allow you to go "off mission" to explore and look around, or stay on mission to learn. Great STEM application! Like all VR/3D apps a newer phone will serve you better.
On Galaxy S8, it thinks I'm om XL version so screen is off center. No support for controls on Gear VR, so this app is useless for us. I'd have to remove phone from headset to tap screen and move to next way point. A real bummer.
VR is great on Android, but, being Lockheed Martin & a government contractor that receives billions of dollars annually, you'd think it wouldn't be a huge deal to port any VR content to available platforms-namely PSVR. I didn't see it on the PSN earlier today - I think VR on my phone is awful, therefore this app is awful. That's just unforgiving consumer logic; sorry... But further, & this is the real stamp of engineering for Lockheed Martin. Undoubtedly, LM has interests in the development and adoption of VR/AR tech through it's primary route of generating revenue. Why would you not give incentive for the tech development by adapting your own implementations to work across the board? Or is the new strategy to undermine your own bottom line..?
Its shaky and everything is rolling moving by itself. Referring to display. Im using huawei p9 Dual sim with gyro. OS -> android nougat.
We’ve added several new features to enhance your Martian expedition. Starting on Earth, your journey will begin by locating Mars in the night sky. After travelling to the Red Planet, you will explore the Martian landscape, collecting 11 new hidden objects, learning about the different regions of the planet and its historical missions. Do you want to learn about the weather on Mars? Be sure to visit the region where the Curiosity Rover is operating to get daily weather info from the spacecraft!