3D Arcade Brick-Breaking Action from a whole new perspective!
Get ready for Classic Arcade Brick-Breaking Action from a whole new perspective with your Google Cardboard!
The entity known as M.O.A.I. has attacked, and the fate of the world is in your hands! You have been chosen to compete in the most diabolical game of atomic paddleball ever to grace the 3rd dimension. Use your paddle to direct the Proton, an energy ball with awesome power and the only thing that can destroy the M.O.A.I. core! If the action gets too fast, use the Space-Time Dilator to turn a sure miss into a deadly volley! Will you be able to conquer over 50 levels and beat M.O.A.I. at his own game?
Featuring Music from Jake Kaufman [Virt] / Dan Behrens [Danimal Cannon] / Justin Moravetz [Rave-TZ]
What's Google Cardboard?"
Cardboard is a lowcost, easytoget virtual reality viewer that transforms a phone into a basic VR headset. Learn more about Google Cardboard at g.co/cardboard.
All proceeds from this game go toward development of the next VR title "Vanguard V". You can check out the Vanguard V demo on the Google Play Store.
Ratings and Reviews
View drifts. No apparent way to re enter
The game seems very fun, but the view drifts to the side. Over time. After five or so minutes, I'm facing 90 degrees to the side of where I started. There is no apparent way to recenter the view. I have to force close the app and start over. Please fix! Please offer a way to recenter the view!
A must have!!!
If your trying to find a VR game worth while, you just did. Finally someone understands the interface and controls. I have a iPhone 4 and it works perfect. I have no problems. The only problem I have is why hasn't this person made more games. I mean even the menu system is cool. I hope they make a cubello or Luxor type of game as well. Just simply put, excellent, awesome, and now I have to buy another headset cause my kid lost his to me.
There aren't many games for vr so I thought this was kind of cool. The 3D effects worked for me and the game is fun. I have an issue with the orientation of the game though. It seems like it keeps making me progressively turn more and more to the right to look forward. So that hurts my neck after a while.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.