Polygon World VR

Polygon World VR

Polygon world VR will give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in an unusual low-poly style. With the visual composition and musical accompaniment, your consciousness will be completely relaxed by five minutes. The game gives you the opportunity to relax before, between or after other VR games or just relaxed after hard day.

#### Key Features

Gameplay - This game has many possibilities. You can: Fly like Superman, warm up muscles before training, overcome phobias, train with weapons, or just have fun. What will be the gameplay? One of those or you can find own?

Interact - In the game you can:

*Pick up staff like mug, knife, fork or weapon.

*Open doors.

*Climb on ladder, wall and balks.

*Much more coming soon.

Locations - Each location represents its own world or the era of that time. You will be able to penetrate the atmosphere of each era in just 10 minutes

Music - Every Location “world” has high quality music like on AAA games. Every location has more than 15 tracks. This track has specific atmosphere (Meditation, action adventure calming).

Visual - You gonna drop in on unusual low-poly style. There are no visual effects in our game that can cause discomfort for players.

What is the goal of Polygon World VR?


Who are the developers?

Just myself. This started off as a simple animal education project which I worked on as my portfolio. I only started learning to be as game dev or any IT branch. Now, after a 2019 Here we are!

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Polygon World VR on Steam

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

Country Road VR

Country Road VR

i need help

Real player with 9.9 hrs in game

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As of end May 2020, this visit to the farm is really quaint and small children will love it, although the game still requires a lot of work as it’s clunky and a bit ‘raw’, hard to pick up stuff (we have the Valve Index VR), and heavy on the GPU (lots of grey outs after a bit of play). My 6-year-old daughter got frustrated with it (she couldn’t feed the horse with the apple and tried for hours), but for £2.09, we’re not complaining. It has lots of potential and I hope the game developers continue to work on making this better over time.

Real player with 9.5 hrs in game

Country Road VR on Steam

A Ton Of Feathers

A Ton Of Feathers

Experienced on the Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality

You can view my review & gameplay here: https://youtu.be/FktEqbZCL7c

This is a 26 minute, mostly cinematic experience with some very basic interactions, running on the Unreal Engine. It is unpleasant visually and audibly, at times. It is artistic, experimental, and just plain weird. I think it may be autobiographical from the dev and it certainly feels at times as though he is talking to himself mostly and then sometimes at you.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

This was pretty wild to me when I played it back in the day on Viveport. I think it had a different name. It has a unique art style with very high contrast and funky pixelation and color grading. I don’t know what those words mean. I don’t really understand the theme, something about game development. Wolfenstein 3d is name dropped once, and is likely the most memorable part of the experience. I liked the last scene on the beach where the gummy bears down by the water look at you. You might also notice a certain review blurb down on the steam store page. That’s me! What happened was I uploaded the viveport video, and the developer was like ‘hey can you please remove it’, and I demurred. Now I understand that I was in the wrong, and should have complied with their polite request. Other VR developers (3-4 at least) have clipped my youtube videos and I’ve gotten strikes just because I had the temerity to say that their game sucks, or sometimes that the game is good!

! To that end, fuck Yur.fit, fuck Claude Monet, The Water Lily Obsession, fuck Djinni and Thaco 35 dollar endless tutorial experience, Fuck Trauma Simulator, etc. It’s like Quantum phsics where certain VR experiences dissappear when byteframe looks at them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVdBevEpJ-c

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

A Ton Of Feathers 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