Glad that I give it a try. Before this I am skeptical about 3rd person games since it is hard to make player feel "I am the part of this game world" instead of "I am an observer and I am controlling a game character". But this game do try to makes the player as part of the game world by: 1. letting player interact with the game environment directly, 2. make the child interact with you when you are waving your hand or triggered some mechanism in the game. IMO these two game designs really makes me feel I am some kinds of god in this game and it feels pretty good in VR. For the other part, some time the fixed camera angle did give me some problem when I tried to interact with some mechanism, and the game control will be confusing when the child you are guiding is near by another interact-able objects. But overall I am still liking this game, will definitely let my sister trying this game after I finished is.
Absolutely amazing VR world to experience! The story is adorable and each level is more mesmerizing than the last. There are 3 save files available which is great because I have young children and they get to have their own. Even the soundtrack is fantastic. I can lose hours in this game, but my phone really heats up while playing. I have a top of the line Pixel so that shows they are really pushing the limits with this game. I would give two suggestions for future updates. First, sometimes you are too close to the character and it is very difficult to interact with the required objects. I love being so close to the action, but maybe back off a little in certain situations. Second, I don't know how to go out to the main menu to choose a different save file while in VR. When I want to hand the headset to my children, I have to exit the game and VR and then go back in. Perhaps it's possible to do it while in VR, but if so, it's not intuitive for me. Neither of these suggestions are enough to warrant losing a star. This is definitely a 5-star game. Great job!
Cute fun game. I could see kids having a lot of fun with this but I'm 26 and having a ton of fun with it myself. Only real complaint is sometimes the camera angle is a little too close to interactive elements and it makes you feel like the thing your interacting with is closer to you than your arm is but that's a pretty minor complaint. This isn't one to miss though. The production value is high and it is a very complete VR experience among a landscape of 360 photos/videos and half-baked apps.
*** Need help - can't figure out how to show map for level 6! I can't figure out how to swipe, or do whatever to show the second map! I cleared the first 5 levels, and saw the 6th (one time, on a new map), but after exiting and coming back in, I can only see the initial map with the first 5 levels, and can't figure out how to swipe or whatever to see my next level. Love the controls, and use of perspective to look down on the player. Everything about this game is well done, including the graphics, personality, and level of difficulty (which is pretty easy and forgiving, and I like that). Great use of VR, and also just a great game. Hope to figure out how to continue my journey.
This is a great game, everyone into puzzle games should pick this one up. High production values and lots of fun! Find my full video review on youtube.
Best game for Daydream, hands down. It's worth $10 just to try. Keep making great games Turbo Button!
- Added support for French, German, Spanish, Italian, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Russian language options.
- Performance improvements.
- Usability improvements to map room.
- Support for Galaxy S8 and Moto Z devices.
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