Operation Armstrong

Operation Armstrong

Great party game.

Just played for 5 hours straight with 3 people, taking turns and replaying the odd level. We got just under 2/3 of the way through the campaign I think. With more people, there’s a good amount of replayability, as people can take turns to be in the headset, but probably not heaps of replay value beyond that at the moment, because of the linear nature of the puzzles (not a criticism, as that is to be expected with this style of game).

Amusingly, we played all of that (except for the odd level which we skipped) using just the mobile screens and not the screen on the PC which contains a lot more information than the mobile screens, as we only discovered when we were packing up that there’s actually also a display on the PC which has the extra info. Despite that, it was heaps of fun and a real challenge. Occasionally the challenge “jump” felt a bit extreme, but in hindsight, this is probably because we weren’t using the computer screen!!

Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

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the best local coop vr game after keep talking and nobody explodes

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Operation Armstrong on Steam

VR Giants

VR Giants

VR Giants is a local multi player coop VR game, in which one player’s body is used to extend the level so that the other player can explore it. Goliath is a giant who is controlled by the movement of the VR player. David, the dwarf, is controlled with a gamepad like in any usual jump & run game. Goliath can help David to cross abysses or reach higher platforms by offering his body as a bridge. David is highly vulnerable to fire, spikes and other dangers so Goliath must protect David. Only by working together and collecting coins and keys they can make their way to freedom.

VR Giants sparks joy and teaches kindness and team communication in a fun and intuitive way by making use of the unique technological feature of two completely different input devices.


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Dream Mirror

Dream Mirror

The IDEA, graphics, ambient music are simply awesome!!!

Vr needed a game like this!

Real player with 123.7 hrs in game

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first i was very disapointed the stage was with sd graphism the horse was full of pixel , the cows , the space background even if the ship was great i was disapointed ans same for the next levels where i appreciated ony the sound part

until the balloon stage but from this stage i said wouah every stage

first the possibility to be in balloon is great and this stage of the city is wonderfull but empty there is no character like a deserted city and i love too underwater

after this there is a forest wonderfull the color of the tree and all and with great model and great animations of deer , in this stage all the animals are great worked , the light is wonderfull and the wonderfull color of the tree do we have the impression to be in the anime wonderfull i love this stage

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

Dream Mirror on Steam

Undergrowth: VR Maze

Undergrowth: VR Maze

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my review & gameplay here: https://youtu.be/-Q9Ddui0KVo

Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this game. It’s just subpar in almost every aspect. Your normal walking speed is too slow. Performance is pretty bad. The 3D scans are mediocre at best. The ambient sounds are generic. The narration has a poor sound mix. The text signs are low quality. The mini-activities are bad.

What is supposed to be an enjoyable walk with positive vibes while you walk around a green maze surrounded by nature and having museum pieces scattered around, along with some activities, just becomes a generic, poorly optimized experience that is forgettable. You’re more likely to be upset than have good vibes.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

This is nice and easy. You just sit back and relax. The positive messages helped me (had a rough day), and the laying down under a tree and closing my eyes is nice, especially with the sun.

The statues are nice, and the environment is relaxing. The map is small, but a lot of detail in it. I was able to play this on high settings with a 5700xt.

There are very minor bugs, but it doesn’t affect gameplay; just make sure your resolution isn’t at 3k per eye. I had that issue(my fault).

This isn’t a run and gun game. It’s a relax and don’t think about anything game.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Undergrowth: VR Maze on Steam