System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £0.79
Comfort Rating: Red
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 10
Description: Castle Demolition VR is a casual game that allows the player to unleash total destruction upon unsuspecting structures. With 15 challenging levels to play, the good times just keep on rolling! There are 15 levels to play, and 4 different types of ammo to destroy the castles with. Each new level has its strengths and weaknesses that can change how you approach them.
Review: If Angry Birds was made for VR with a budget of £1 I would imagine it would be very similar to ‘Castle Demolition VR’. The gameplay sees you using a slingshot to shoot out cannonballs into small tower structures to hopefully destroy them. There are 15 levels in total and 4 different types of cannonballs you have access to. Let’s deal with the biggest problem this game has. The main one is that it was clearly never tested on a VR headset! When you launch your cannonball out of the slingshot you follow the ball! I can not even start to tell you how nauseating this is. There is just nothing here that stands out here. It looks basic, the sound effects are terrible and the gameplay is shallow at best. £0.79 isn’t a lot of money so if you like the look of it do give it a go, but personally I would leave it to ruins like an old castle.