Review System: Oculus Rift CV1
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Amber
Size: 963.69 MB
Controller System: Head Motion Only
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi Player: No
Be a Bee (Oculus Rift)
Intro: How many times while eating outdoors were you disturbed by a wasp trying to eat your food? Did you wonder what it was looking for in there? Answer is simple – POINTS! You have the chance to feel like a wasp and romp all over a table full of goodies. Become a wasp yourself and eat every meal possible! Just be quick! Time is limited!
Review: Have you ever wondered what it might be like to become a bee (or in this games case it might be a wasp). Well, it turns out that VR can help you answer that. Be a Bee sees you playing as a bee and you need to land on as much food as you can. Flying around an outdoor BBQ table you will find sandwiches, sausages and even the odd glass of wine to dine on. There is no controller needed here, just head movements and a little bit of strategy over what foods to go for before the countdown timer runs out.
Verdict: Sadly Be a Bee doesn’t make me want to be a bee at all, thanks to this unfinished game. It might still be a little bit of fun for the little ones. But even then it won’t keep them amused for long. At least it is free I suppose because it probably isn’t worth much anyway. Who knows. Maybe the developer will update it and make it a little more playable. But until that date, this is one app best avoided unless you really are desperate to keep the kids amused.