Solid Not bad. We're all still trying to figure out how to create engrossing VR experiences, and this is a really solid entry. There are some interesting UI decisions here, especially like the "gaze to activate" for interactable elements. VR menus are hard, and this includes some good solutions to common problems. Performance was not an issue, did notice a thermal spike on my phone though; problem with how GVR/Unity uses rendertextures to create stereoscopic vision. Overall, recommended.
Developer please read. Music in story more is perfectly matching the environment and the storyline. However, distance to explore is too short making it a very short play. Entire scene is too bright. Overexposure makes it seem more like a desert then mars. Maybe darken out some and throw in a dust clouds and a dust storm cover scene.
VR Mars needs fix update Hi., I'm using an LG G3 in my Virtoba X5 VR. I like this game but it has some bugs as I walk in one direction it switches me facing and walking the opposite way. There's too much drift as well. Will rate 5 stars when the problems can be fixed.
20 fps isn't good enough Using galaxy s6, and as highlighted above, it runs at about 20 fps. Not only is it nauseating to look at for longer than a minute, it has the same amount of emersion as looking at a flat panel running at 640x480. These things aren't a walk in the park to make though, so sorry for the negative review. I'm just 'saying what I see'.
Good, but way too short This definitely has potential to be something great, but with the story being so linear, short and easy, it's not a satisfying experience. Mars has interesting landscapes, but where you traverse in-game is mostly flat and boring.
Great game! Healthy game regarding space exploration into a new planet! Yes, graphics could be more realistic, but VR is still a new technology in development, from here will just get better, I'd like to give good credits to the people who developed this game
Confront the mysterious presence threatening your safety. For Google Cardboard.