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Great game! The graphics look awesome and the levels are detailed. I love the orb teleportation system - that is an amazingly useful tool that makes the game easily playable, but reduces motion sickness.

While you're here, please rate my game, Stick It Together, using the link below.

Great puzzle game! I like the matte graphics look - it isn't distracting when playing and helps the Quest keep up!

While you're here, please rate my game, Stick It Together, with the link below.

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Cool game!

  1. Gameplay - Great! The hands extension mechanic is great, and the sound is cartoon-y and cool!
  2. Fun - Cake! Stretchy hands! ★★★★★
  3. Originality - Again, 5 stars! 
  4. Graphics -  The rooms feel a bit dark or maybe just too softly lit. Objects don't pop quite enough.
  5. Theme - Hands are great tools!
  6. Overall -  Great game! I loved playing it.

Please try out and rate my game, Stick it Together, with the link below.

Thanks for the praise! It is currently pending approval on SideQuest. Once it has been approved, I'll post a link back here.

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This is a cool game! I think that it aligns with the theme well because your main tool is the sub bot's grabber arms. The inside of the sub is rather spartan, but looking out the window is awe-inspiring.

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Great game:

  1. Gameplay - The gameplay feels great and smooth. Nothing is entirely intuitive at first, but I like it.
  2. Fun - Robochan is so cute! I love helping him through the level.
  3. Originality - Platformer, but with an interactive 3D twist!
  4. Graphics - Spot on. Lowpoly looks great. The space station? reminds me of Lone Echo! I love the tutorial's skybox - I actually used it a few years ago when making a platformer for Google Cardboard (I abandoned the project because I didn't know C# back then). If you have an Android, you can get VR Playground, Rabbit Dash VR, and Trailblazer VR for Cardboard. Are there reflection probes? What about PBR materials if you keep developing this?
  5. Theme - Spot on, again! The multitool is functional and looks space-y / futuristic like you would find there.
  6. Overall - Awesome! I'd love to see this game published on Steam or Oculus!

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Great game:

  1. Gameplay - The gameplay feels great and smooth. Nothing is entirely intuitive at first, but I like it.
  2. Fun - Robochan is so cute! I love helping him through the level.
  3. Originality - Platformer, but with an interactive 3D twist!
  4. Graphics - Spot on. Lowpoly looks great. The space station? reminds me of Lone Echo! I love the tutorial's skybox - I actually used it a few years ago when making a platformer for Google Cardboard (I abandoned the project because I didn't know C# back then). If you have an Android, you can get VR Playground, Rabbit Dash VR, and Trailblazer VR for Cardboard. Are there reflection probes? What about PBR materials if you keep developing this?
  5. Theme - Spot on, again! The multitool is functional and looks space-y / futuristic like you would find there.
  6. Overall - Awesome! I'd love to see this game published on Steam or Oculus!

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Thanks for the praise and good breakdown of your rating! I'll rate yours, too!

Thanks! I will consider it.

Thanks for the link!

This looks like a cool game, but can you please fix your upload? It needs to be a ZIP file including UnityPlayer.dll, UnityCrashHandler32.exe, GAMENAME.exe, GAMENAME_Data, and possibly MonoBleedingEdge.

This allows others to install and run the game. Just ZIP all the files that unity spits out and re-upload it!

Thanks,

PicoPlanetDev

Stick It Together

https://picoplanetdev.tk

Thanks for the praise! I felt like designing a simple outdoors scene seeing as we are pretty much stick in our houses right now and I came up with that. Short and sweet!