This is promising! This is one of the first cardboard apps I tried, only I couldn't get the button mapping working with a couple different controllers (more the fault of the controllers, I think). But I just got the snakebyte idroid for like $20 on amazon, and now it just works. The mapping in game is a little un-intuitive; you have to hold down the element for the button you want in game while pressing the button to map to that element on the controller. But now it works. Anyway this is one of the more ambitious projects for cardboard I've seen. There is dialogue and pretty 3D art and it's fun and immersive. I will gladly pay for the full version.
Great game!! A great start to a fun vr game! Finally a vr game where you can kill something and not just run! This game has a quick story and a little buggy but one of the best vr games I've played so far ( which I think is all of them) the developer even gives guides in the description on how to map buttons for all controllers included ps3! How is this not a 5 star gave?! Having issues with the game? Email the developer instead of a 1 star rating trolls! Great VR game, give it a try.
nope still can't map attack with my ps3 controller though usb or my ipega blu tooth pad OR my blu tooth keyboard. this and vr combat are the only games im unable to play
Can't map to Moga hero controller or Magic-Pro Bluetooth keyboard. You can move but can't attack or change weapons. I can map the keys on the moga to another VR zombie game and it works with every VR game I've tried so far only your game fails.
Only anologue works with moga pro hid. Dev: allow hid code inputs on controller set up page and I'll rate 5☆. Apart from that looks good. Also the app is suffering from drift (note2).
It's ok Set up my controller fine but has to repeatedly smash direction buttons to move. Also keep getting stuck in doorways. Using a ipega game pad fyi
-door squeaking sound changed
-a controll setup bug is fixed
-a link to a video tutorial for controller setup is added in the play store text
Confront the mysterious presence threatening your safety. For Google Cardboard.