InMind VR (Cardboard)

3.4
5.97K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

InMind is a short adventure with arcade elements designed for the Google Cardboard. It's also playable without any special viewer. Game is totally free, as well as our new VR project InCell (http://incell.nivalvr.com).

InMind allows the player to experience the journey into the patient's brains in search of the neurons that cause mental disorder. Submerge into the microworld and experience the miracles of the human mind.

The future is nigh. The humanity is standing upon the brink of a new era where modern healthcare makes tremendous scientific advancements. With the help of nanotechnologies a surgical prototype bathyscaphe allows its operator to shrink to a microlevel and travel inside the patient's body.

A unique experimental project made by Nival to test the opportunities of the new Virtual Reality provided by Google Cardboard.

Compatible with View Master, Fibrum, Homido, Lakento, Archos, Durovis and others Cardboard like headsets.
Updated on
Dec 9, 2017

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Ratings and reviews

3.4
5.97K reviews
Andre Bell
May 25, 2019
Ouch. Nice momentary distraction but this is painful on the neck. Wireless mouse or other wireless pointer definitely recommended. Also is a bit too short. Aside from those issues this was probably my first or second Google cardboard '3D' experience. So thanks for showing what is possible in VR. Perhaps change how user interacts with the environment, i.e. no swift or contorted neck movements required and this might be a nice way to chill out or disconnect from reality for a bit.
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Michael Pediaditakis
November 4, 2018
Doesn't seem to work for S7. VR is misaligned (dots are far from the centre). I tried all the suggestions (use sites in VR to adjust the settings, changed the phone resolution). I believe there is problem with the VR library this (and some other) games uses. As, however, google cardboard works perfectly, i assume that's a problem with the app.
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M. Anusha
January 19, 2021
I love the concept and the visuals but the fact that it makes me throw up after some amount of playing is what needs improvement in my opinion. Otherwise I do love it and will check out the part 2 as well.
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