Traffic Jams

Traffic Jams

Wow!!! I didn’t really do much research on this game before launch day and it looked fun enough in the trailers. I decided to play it on stream and it was a ton of fun and created a lot of fun interaction with chat. This definitely made it towards the top of my fun VR games to play!

I was really concerned about how the multiplayer worked and couldn’t get alot of verified information on it at the time of researching. But basically everytime you clear a level it opens that level up to being able to be played in multiplayer. Then whenever you start a multiplayer game the people that want to join will go to the website and will be given a 4 letter code to type in, once they are in they then have an overview of the map and can fanatically tap on different things to create chaos on the streets.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

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A nice party game, good for showing vr to starters.

You are a street traffic regulator and only need 2 commands to make the traffic flow the way you would like. You point out a vehicle or person with one hand, and either raise your hand palm to them to make them stop or wave your palm towards you to make them move (faster). There are some fun situations that make your job more interesting, like mini games whille regulating traffic. Your aim is to get the highest score. You can also make hand gestures to characters, and they respond back, but that is only a gimmic that doesn’t influence the overal game flow.

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

Traffic Jams on Steam

Undergrowth: VR Maze

Undergrowth: VR Maze

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my review & gameplay here:

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

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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