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A Wolf in VR

A member registered May 29, 2019

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Didn't expect much here and yet the game really surprised me. Gameplay is awful but there is some really creative stuff here with different assets and some jokes. I laughed a lot.

Was absolutely blown away by this game. Some incredible and new experiences to be had. Gameplay below. Bravo devs!



If you've ever played 'Tea for God' or 'Unseen Diplomacy', then you understand how they do the locomotion. For everyone else, the game relies on your play space size and then changes the geometry of the level so you never have to leave it. You just walk in little twists and turns to get around. It's awesome.

That said, you do need a larger play space to be effective. I had a 2mx2m and it worked great but 3mx3m seems to be ideal. For smaller spaces, it will shift the world toward you as you move, meaning you cover more ground in less area, but it also create a wobbly, swimmy feel that might make you sick. Just a heads up.

The game itself is really well done with creating a horror atmosphere without relying on purely jump scares. There is one at the very end though so be aware :)
The graphics are amazing and oh yeah, the game is totally free! Check it out!

I grew up playing JRPG's and Moss was one of my favorite VR experiences. Combine them, and you get JARPUG. Didn't expect to enjoy myself as much as I did. The level of polish and detail is great for a game fresh in an Alpha. Can't wait to see where the game goes from here! Well done.