System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £4.79
Comfort Rating: Red
Genre: Ride Simulator, Shooter
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 75
Description: Once upon a time in a magical Candy kingdom, there was a king named King Candy and he had so many candies that his whole kingdom was enjoying them every day! On a glorious day, his army of candy cookies opened the door for a cute little fairy, who was lost and desperate to find a new place that she could call home. After hearing all the stories that the fairy was sharing with him, he felt that he needed to help her out. Without further thinking, he offered the fairy to stay in his kingdom as long as she wanted and enjoy his candies.
At this point, he didn’t know that the cute little fairy was actually a witch in disguise, wanting to take all his candy and his kingdom. The king was so interested in the fairy, that he invited her daily to his castle, to hear all the stories, which the fairy could tell him. He didn’t know that spending time with the fairy caused him to fall into the grip of the witch, who was secretly putting a spell on him. Days and days passed and step by step the king lost his interest in the candies and his kingdom. He couldn’t and wouldn’t care any more. Once the king’s mind was completely in control of the fairy, the witch could finally show her true form. He wouldn’t see or wouldn’t care…
Review: If you just so happen to be looking at a fun, slow-paced ride shooter for the little ones this might well be the perfect game. It’s colourful, happy and filled with enough cheer to make even the Gingerbread man sick. While it is sadly over quicker than most Twitter trends it just about has enough to justify its low price tag, but if you can grab it in a sale it would be even better. As long as you don’t download this expecting a challenge you should be fine.