Orlando Theme Park VR - Roller Coaster and Rides
Experienced on the Oculus Rift
You can view my puking here: https://youtu.be/RLKc9RHl0bQ
So the best part about this game, and the reason why it may be worth a free download, is because you can give everyone a facial. No, get your mind out of the gutter. I’m talking about puke. You can puke on everyone and everything. You can aim for the head, body, feet, grass, whatever you’re into. Puke as much as you want. Eat some cotton candy.
You can also ride the ferris wheel for free. And a train. Walk around the park, puking and demo-ing the other rides. The demos take about 10-40 seconds. If you actually want to experience the full rides, each and everyone one of them, you’ll have to pony up $34.94 USD. LOL, yeah, I’m not kidding. Everything I have said so far is true about this game.
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Pretty disappointing. I love amusement parks so I was hoping this would be interesting but there are a ton of problems that need fixing before anyone should be expected to pay money for this.
- The game runs very poorly on my i7-9700k and RTX 2080S and nothing should run poorly on this computer. (Edit 8/30 - As of the latest patch, performance is greatly improved but still not perfect. Every 3 seconds like clockwork the game hitches slightly as if a process is updating that really isn’t optimized well enough. All of the below feedback also still applies.)
This is a Tetris with a real physics engine and realistic graphics.
You can challenge the highest score with superb skills.
Support the leaderboard and the world’s master competition
In addition to the classic mode, it also includes a variety of interesting modes
The game input
Move left and right :A, D
Fast landing :S
Clockwise rotation :k
Counterclockwise rotation :L
Menu confirmation: Enter
Menu cancel :Esc
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King and Kingdoms
Whatever you do DO NOT buy this game, yes its in development but that is not an excuse for the developers to totally ignore players when they submit tickets reporting faults
The game has a research section, the developers decided to alter it and in doing so the section no longer works, it refuses to carry out any research stating that you have insufficient resources to carry out the research … strange when my resources are over twenty times that needed
The game does not allow you to carry out what is basically the whole idea of it, to take over other kingdoms, it is hard enough to work out how at the beginning with no game instructions but eventually when you do work it out don’t expect it to work
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Discord is the best way to contact developers for help.
The Royal Game of Ur 3D
The Royal Game of Ur is the oldest board game known to mankind!
The game belongs to the sub-genre of board games called “racing games” and is the historic predecessor of Backgammon. 4500 years old game boards, pieces and dice of the Royal Game of Ur were found in the so-called “Royal Tombs of Ur” near the city of the same name in todays Iraq. On several, approx. 2000 years old Babylonian clay tablets, which were inscribed with cuneiform writing, rules of the game were preserved. These are the oldest surviving rules of a board game.
A Classic Game in a Modern Style
This digital adaptation offers you the opportunity to relive this timeless gaming masterpiece in our modern times. You can play against a computer opponent with an adjustable difficulty level or against human players. Both local and online multiplayer are supported. The game rules can be adjusted to your individual likings in each match.
What You Can Expect
The game requires you to make smart tactical decisions, but doesn’t put you under time pressure. Combined with the realistic graphic style and atmospheric sound ambiance, the game offers a perfect mix between puzzling and relaxation.
The Rules in a Nutshell
Move your pieces along one of several available routes across the 20 squares of the game board. To do this, you roll the four tetrahedron-shaped dice and move one piece of your choice at a time according to the total of the values shown on the dice. There must never be more than one piece on the same square, so you may kick opposing pieces off the board. If a piece lands on a square that is marked with a rosette, it is protected from being kicked out. In addition, the dice may be rolled one more time. If you get all your pieces to the finish line, you win.
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Game is quite good for an realy early acces game. Wheel support may be worked on but game is playble with an keyboard and xbox one controller. Just try it out its worth it. And devs realy are responding via their discord and as of when i am writing this review are adding tutorial. But try this game out its one of the better early acces games that ther is.
Hearts 3D Premium
Realistic 3D Hearts simulation with singleplayer, multiplayer and tutorial. With configurable AI strength and many adjustable rule and game variants you can start exciting Hearts games - or just play for fun.
Compete with tricky computer opponents, or play relaxing rounds with friends or family in online mode!
Game environment, cards, rule variants and much more can be customized! For beginners, there is an animated tutorial in which Hearts is explained step-by-step with all the rules.
Singleplayer mode with configurable opponent
Many new rule variations of Hearts with up to 6 players
Multiplayer mode with LAN or Online mode
High Quality full animated 3D graphics
Lots of tables, rooms and decks
High-performance A.I.: different levels of difficulty
Voice output and sound
HD widescreen output
Tutorial, detailed game instructions and help
The Museum of ThroughView
There isn’t a lot to this experience but I think it would make a nice intro to what VR can do. The various displays are just scenes that have been given depth by separating the various parts kind of like a pop-up novelty greeting card, but the effect is good. The museum is very nicely done. It only took a few minutes to race around and have a quick look at most of the displays, and I don’t know about replay value, but it does seem like a great way to introduce guests and friends to the ability of VR to take you to places and let you experience some cool stuff. I’ll definitely go back in to see it in more detail.
Black Hole Simulator
The simulation was a bit more complex than I anticipated, of course it would probably have some details but I wasn’t really expecting to see general relativity showing up at the left of the accretion disk this gorgeously. After waiting for a minute or two without feeding the gates of hell, the event horizon got empty blank and the radio noise obviously stopped. All that just to start glowing back again very faintly="" a couple seconds later.
So, the simulation could have a simple on-screen log event (it could be optional), it would even help if someone is using the application to explain how a black hole works. I know people can just go to Youtube but why, if there is a beautiful simulation spinning for you at will? /very
Note: The developer, PanGuoJun was kind enough to supply this review copy to the Sturgeons Law Curator group.
Black Hole Simulator is an early access 3D rendered black hole simulator, just like it says on the box. You’re presented with a reasonable facsimile of a black hole, which you can spin around to get different views. You can increase or decrease the size of the thing, alter the gravity model between Newtonian and Relativistic, and you can have it absorb a star and watch what happens. You can also choose between a number of different backgrounds to see how the gravitational lensing makes things look. At this stage of development, that’s all there is to it. To say this is rudimentary bare bones is a massive (geddit!?) understatement.
You play as a hacker who lives alone in a villa. In a rainy night, there was a knock on the door. after opening the door, a beautiful girl fainted in front of the door. She was just drunk. The hacker took the girl into the house for the night. The next morning he girl suggested sharing the house…
Players need to think of strategies to make enough money to feed self and the girl. Get enough food, enough water, and enough sleep. And enhance intimacy with girls. This allows players to play “dice games” and “guessing games” with girls. The loser is punished with a drink and a massage.
Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator
Very Highly Recommended. As a retired real world pilot that spends most of the day with flight sims I have now found the best of the best. Sure, it is still growing and has a long ways to go but, for now, nothing else does what Aerofly FS 2 does for me.
I have two full hardware setups. My original triple monitor / Saitek hardware 6th gen rig that I have used for the last 12 months and a Volair Flight Sim cockpit with a brand new Alienware 8th gen Intel processor with a 1080 Ti card. This was purchased during the Christmas holidays along with a Oculus Rift VR.
I have an embarrassing amount of time in flight simulators, dating all the way back to sublogic’s product in the early 80s. I am a real convert to Aerofly, and I bought my VR gear specifically to handle it - and it was absolutely worth the investment.
I’ve been using this sim now for months, and let me begin by saying what this is… and isn’t (at least yet).
For me, this sim has achieved what I’ve wanted all these years; the actual illusion of flight. I wanted the chance to feel the size and layout of the cockpit and to feel that pull in your guy when you dive through mountains, or make a daring landing. I love the fact that in the P-38 I have to look around the control column to see some of the gauges. I love the feel of the airplanes and how each has a unique character to flight. Of course, any of you using FSX,P4D, or Xplane have had these features for a long time. Aerofly and VR really recreates the feeling of flight. I’ve had a bunch of people try out my rig of course, and the reaction is always the same; incredible excitement, followed by the freedom that comes from flying anywhere you want. In short, it’s what I always wanted flight simming to be.