Finally, a vr game worth playing I'm very impressed. Simple, yet effective. I think the hangers limitation on your view helps gameplay alot. If it was full 360, it's easy to get "turned around" . Only issues i would bring up are, yes close astroids explosions block the view, upgrades could pack a bigger punch and be flashier. .... and dare i say, venture forth and try some voices. Like "nice shooting kid" or "almost there," or, "the ship can't take anymore" ... oh, and the explosions, should fall slightly more toward the planet,
Nice, challenging game with good graphics. Runs pretty well (some minor hickups) on the Nexus 4. On my Galaxy S2 the head-tracking doesn't work properly though, it occasionally steers on its own, no idea why (no problems with other apps).
Amazing developer! Now I just feel bad! I complained about something and the developer fixed it in under 12 hours! I had also suggested some improvements to the game, and he made them within 2 days! Dev: Please email me, I would like to donate $25 to help you have two versions (a paid and free version) in the Play Store. Thank you!
A real "break neck" experience! I think it could strain my neck a bit less if it supported a controller, with the added "benefit" of losing some accuracy. I could shoot already identified targets while looking for the next ones, no need to keep staring at a target when it is already on the crosshairs.
Has potential. I like the game and the idea of upgrading your ship. The grafics could be better and if to many rocks explode you can not see the following ones anymore. Furthermore I would like to shoot some other things like ufo's.
Fun little VR game. Few changes I'd like. When an asteroid detonates close to the hanger, the explosion blocks my view, preventing me from seeing the oncoming asteroids and leaving me vulnerable. Is there a way you would be able to fix this?
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