Seeker: My Shadow

Seeker: My Shadow

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my review & gameplay here:

This is a charming casual puzzle game geared for kids. I think it’s meant to be played local co-op with the a parent to play with their child. Either can play the giant spirit using motion controllers to move objects or crank levers, while the other moves around the cute little Seeker around the puzzle level.

The game consists of 1 chapter and 20 levels. It took me approximately 2.5 hours to complete, but I did have to repeat several of the levels because I skipped out on collecting eggs early on (and then later the game didn’t properly record my egg finding). You can play the game perfectly fine seated or standing single-player or for local co-op the other person can control the seeker with a gamepad or KBM.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

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Fun but sometimes difficult game, but thats the fun in it, i like a game with a little challenge :)

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Seeker: My Shadow on Steam

Dream Catchers

Dream Catchers

‘Dream Catchers’ is an interactive animation experience in which you seem to play the role of a giant mouse. You will be shooting your bow, casting a few magic spells and generally helping the other people in your team on a magical adventure. While there isn’t a whole lot of gameplay here it should make the little ones feel part of the journey which is all in Chinese. The animation looks OK and from what I could make out of the storyline it seems even very young player-friendly. For just £0.79 you get a 20-30 minute adventure provided you have a good look around at each scene. Not a terrible experience at all, but I do wish it was free (and in English).

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Dream Catchers on Steam