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Genre: Casual, Indie
Release Date: 4 Apr, 2016
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This is a summary of instructions. You need to use the BLARP wand to BLARP the BLARPs in order to score points.
Simple right? Also dont hit the ceiling Fan when playing. (Brother im looking at you.)
[ ] Kids
[ ] Casual players
[ ] Pro players
[ ] Potato
[ ] Really bad
[ ] Bad
[ ] Ok
[ ] Good
[ ] Beautiful
[X] Masterpiece (I'll fight you on this.)
[X] Full price
[X] Wait for sale
[ ] Average
[ ] Refund it if you can
[ ] Don't do it
[ ] 90' PC
[ ] Minimum
[ ] Medium
[ ] Fast
[X] High end (I rate all VR games as being 'High' due to them requiring an HTC Vive)
[ ] NASA computer
[ ] You just need 2 arms
[ ] Ez
[ ] Normal
[ ] Easy to learn / Hard to master
[ ] Hard (first few hours)
[X] Dark Souls
[ ] Really short ( 0 - 2 hours)
[ ] Short ( 2 - 8 hours)
[ ] Few hours ( 8 - 12 hours)
[ ] Long ( 12+ hours)
[X] It doesn't have
[ ] Average
[ ] Good
[ ] Fantastic
[ ] Game itself is one big BUG
[ ] Bugs destroying the game
[ ] Lot of bugs
[ ] Few Bugs
[X] Nothing. I highly recommend this one, well worth the few bucks. A treat to the senses, light hearted, fun, and has the potential to give you a workout. This one makes me wish I had a larger play area.. Just an outstanding game that explores the unique medium of VR. A must own.. Simple, cheap, but one of my favorite games I've played so far. HIGHLY recommend checking it out. Tons of fun, and very unique.
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There are few things that would improve the experience, and at the risk of nitpicking, I will list the ones I wish for here:
- An indication of the last game's score. (Right now, I believe that the only thing shown is a single "highest score".
- A public leaderboard of some kind. (I've no doubt that my meager high score of 27 will not fare well against the masses, but even better would just be listing friend scores.)
- Perhaps a second audio track. I LOVE the existing one, and the way it intensifies over time, but it can get a bit repetitive.
These are certainly not required changes for enjoyment of the game. A lot of people have mentioned the price, and how it compares to other games. I appreciate that it's an easy game to recommend given it's only a few bucks, but I'd much rather give the developer another $10 and maybe get a few more game modes or something. (More content of this quality, please!!!). Does it break new ground? Does it innovate and excite? No on both counts. But as a physics exercise, Blarp is fantastic at demonstrating what VR, and more importantly motion controlled VR, can do.
The game is basic, almost painfully so. A psychadelic eyeball called a "Blarp" is floating around in a box with you. You can 'attract' it by pulling the trigger of the Vive Bagel Blaster associated with your right hand, and the Blarp will attempt to make sweet, sweet love to your remote. When you stop pulling the trigger, the Blarp continues on its last path and velocity, whether or not your remote is still there. Also of note is that Blarps can not turn on a dime -- more accurately, they can maybe turn on a manhole cover. What this means is that you bull-and-cape it into running into a target floating in the box with you. Upon hitting the target, another Blarp spawns, and now BOTH of those Blarps independently try to track down your Bagel Blaster when you pull the trigger. As you fling these helpless eyeballs into more and more targets, more of their compatriots spawn, attempting to destroy the interloper (your remote) in their midst. You keep going until you "get Blarped" (to use the in-game verbiage), i.e. a Blarp runs into your remote.
There are no complex mechanics or systems to learn, just an intrinsic understanding of momentum and spatial awareness. Yet despite the simplicity, the game achieves its goal quite readily -- you realize that there is literally no way to play this game outside of VR. Without the depth perception, you won't be able to determine how far away the Blarps are from your remote, and by extent you'll end up striking out. Without motion controls, you wouldn't be able to 'swing' the Blarps from target to target (although I will readily admit that a PS Move could easily do just this, the only benefit of the Bagel Blasters of the Vive is being able to carefully sneak your way past a Blarp cloud as you gather them up for the next target.)
As a game, aye, it's lacking. But as a $3 demonstrator of VR technology? Yeah, yeah, I think it does the job.. This is like all of my 90s hologram stickers, come to life. Despite buying over $100 worth of VR titles over the weekend to play on my VIVE, the one I keep thinking about the most is Blarp. The sound design is fantastic, and the graphics are so trippy yet on point with a sense that I'm actually in the mentioned hologram space. If you own a VIVE, own this game. Now.. To me, this is the single best demonstrator of VRs promise. If you're having any difficulty finding 'presence', this is the game to try. It's a simple concept executed perfectly, and yet I still wouldn't mind a sequel exploring permutations on that concept.. For $3 you can't go wrong with Blarp. I'd consider it thoroughly in the "wow, look what VR can do!" category... but it is really fun to sling those things around, especially in the teens and mid twenties. Up into the thirties, the blarp swarm seems to be pretty unmanageable (mainly because of the extreme size/speed differences that build up), but by that point you've already had a great time and a long turn, so it's time for someone else to play anyway :P
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