This game looks interesting, it's also available on Steam (Rift + Vive + MR):
Reviews are positive on Steam, and it's nearly a perfect 5/5 (average) in the Oculus Store, but it's based on only 8 ratings - and the price is $30. https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1728179110583222/
Furthermore RoadToVR did their very best (again) to kill the game in their review - verdict 5/10:https://www.roadtovr.com/chiaro-elixir-life-review-thin-slice-ghibli-side-order-corn/
'Chiaro and the Elixir of Life' tries to recreate some of the whimsical feeling of a Studio Ghibli film, but fails to deliver the gravitas that made the latter so balanced and effectual. Hobbled by inconsistent object interaction and at times a corny script, its varied and inventive puzzles offer glimmers of a greatness that just don't shine through brightly enough. Gameplay:
5 | Immersion:
4 | Comfort:
Well, maybe 5/10 from RoadToVR is a sign of great quality, hmmmm - other 5/10 games by RoadToVR include: Marvel Powers United and Detached
Has anyone tried Chiaro and the Elixir of Life ?
PS. Right now there's no free locomotion, but teleportation - according to the devs, free locomation will be ready in a few days:
"Smooth locomotion is on our roadmap but we were unable to finish an acceptable solution for launch. We expect to have this feature ready in ~1 week.
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