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.
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MOENTO - Modular Environment Toolkit
Let me start by saying that this is one of my favorite games at the moment.
I think we all have times when we just don’t know what to play, or you just want to relax and not play CS:GO against spinbotter… This is the game that fills this gap.
I randomly saw this game and instantly fell in love with the assets.
In the beginning it was a little hard to get an overview of all the buttons, but they were all pretty self understanding. After I played a little around I started working on a house. And let me tell… it is SO SATISFYING to do build anything in this game… the animations are on spot 3 I posted it on the Discord of bblessed Gamestudios and the Developer loved it… so sweet.
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This is really, really awesome. Once you get used to the controls and how to work things, you can throw together pretty much anything. I give this game a 10/10
I feel like im being pranked. Game released 6 months ago and no reviews? No players online. No player vs AI mode.
Couldn’t refund fast enough.
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Tengin Music Engine
Tengin Music Engine is a way to turn your favorite songs into a mesmerizing, psychedelic shooter. Our state-of-the-art AI engine analyzes your music files and adjusts parameters in three dynamic hand-crafted levels to create the perfect reactive environment in which to enjoy your favorite tracks. It works with any sound file – that means any genre, any timbre, or any type of non-music sound (podcasts, video clips), and includes a multitude of user-adjustable options so you can modify your experience precisely in order to get into the perfect headspace. Best of all, it’s totally FREE!
Ability to upload and react to ANY song or .wav/.mp3 sound file
Three beautiful levels and four different selectable weapons to match the mood of your music
Online co-op multiplayer
Procedurally generated beatmaps/note patterns
Stem splitting – have the notes follow the drums, bass, or other instruments
What a lovely game! It is beautifully designed and wonderful to play. For an early access game, I was pleasantly surprised at how easy the game flowed… no bugs at all… and I am looking forward for more content! Another great tool in the game is their hint system… they call it a “mesh” where it can help you locate where the pieces go… but it gives you three views of the mesh… None, level only, and the entire level. It would be very frustrating to play without it.
I played the entire game (at present with 6 levels) in just under 8 hours and easily made all 50 achievements. The music is very soothing and I especially love how after you have completed each puzzle that you can interact with it for even more effects!
If the names Duplo and Legos make your heart beat faster, this game is for you- that’s all you need to know.
More? Ok, fiiine.
There are six diorama scenes, ranging from the easy(er) Western with very little interior detail to the fairly complex Egyptian Pyramid or Chinese Pagoda.
At some points you will be almost pixel hunting to trigger the proper placement of the various bits and bobs.
Don’t assume the appearance of all pieces in the build list will necessarily match 100% with the item on the build area, some of them are little chameleons. Some of them are just little jerks and make you wish for a tiny virtual hammer that would allow you to crush them into virtual plastic paste.