What I was after. My 91-year oldgrandmother-in-law loves passive narrative experiences and I was looking for something with some very light interactions to give her a feel for what hand tracking can do. She really enjoyed this. Its a good intro for hand tracking interactions, and a pleasant little story. Yes its quite short but for this kind of demo to family, thats not reallh a bad thing
Short n sweet. Way to short. 10-20 minutes? And not all that much interaction. It feels as if the devs had an idea where the player would help solve a puzzle of sorts, but ran out of time and money. What we have here would suffice as a tutorial in a bigger game. It never starts. And ends way to soon.
A cute little experience non the less. Here is hoping the devs will turn the idea into a full game.
Is that it?! After all the glowing reviews I thought I'd give it a go and wished I'd saved my money. The 'game' isn't even 30 minutes long and all you do is press whatever is lit after listening to the narration for a while. I was hoping for a little more interactivity and definitely a longer game for the money!
Short and sweet. This experience was charming and endearing, well worth viewing. It tells a sweet story about little wind up people living out their life in a mechanical toy city. It's very nice. However it's very short, just be aware of that.
Beautiful. Great little experience with nice interactivity - will get you emotional :D
Short and Sweet. This was a beautiful story. I wasn’t sure what to expect at first but I loved there animation and interactive elements, and especially loved ending and the moral of the story. Very sweet and thoughtful. I can see the future of animated movies here.
If developers are reading this, please make more content, and make them longer if possible 🙏🏼 This film shows just how much potential you all have.
I appreciated the subtitles option, for accessibility reasons. A lot of other VR films aren’t doing their subtitles and it really rubs me the wrong way, as it completely excludes deaf people and the hard of hearing from enjoying. So, I was very happy to see that included with this film.
Anyways, although it was cute, I was still left feeling cheated of some sort of content or entertainment. Perhaps the story needed more of an exciting/robust climax and plot? Despite such an interesting location and visual concept, the plot fell short for me.
Loved the part when he fell through the set, and when he broke free from track…although I wish it would have been more dramatized and difficult for him to breaking free so it would have been that much more satisfying when he did. I would have enjoyed it more if we could have seen inside buildings too, or more of the story shrunk down to their size to mix things up a bit and keep it interesting/us on our toes? It was just a little too slow and short for me to give all 5 stars.
Short but sweet. This is a short (~20 minute) interactive VR story. Very simple but beautifully done and a nice message. Worth checking out for the price of Starbucks coffee, even if brief enough to feel like a demo of what a good VR experience should be.
Can be played sitting or in room scale. I switched to the latter and recommend it as I found myself wanting to poke my head around to look closer at the details. Def more immersive that way!
Special request. I would be grateful if you would make it in Arabic language!
4 stars for content and 1 star for value. The content is cute. But keep in mind this has ZERO replay value. Buy it once, watch it, and that is it. I would have paid at most half of its cost. This is the last time I’m buying ultra low-interactive contents like this.
Short Game. It's so cute, and such a great concept. I played through it twice, but...I wish there was more to it. I love the theme, I love the art, I love the gameplay. I just wish there was more game to play.
Dutch subtitles and voices would be nice. I’m a bit disappointed that this game supports so many European languages but doesn’t have any support for the Dutch language whatsoever. A fix for that would be appreciated.
Probably the best introduction to VR. The experience is amazing the less said about it the better, one of the best pieces of Interactive Art around.
If you have some nauseous older family members who want to try VR but can’t handle teleporting or locomotion try this out. There is no movement, your in the same place the entire time but man is it a great place to be. Showed this to multiple people who “didn’t like VR” and all of them enjoyed it immensely, some even wanted to experience it again as soon as it finished.