System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £7.19
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers, Gamepad, Keyboard & Mouse
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 70
Description: Are you tired of recalling robots, working a simulated job, training to be a pirate in space, or enjoying the weather in Arizona? Then it’s time to take a relaxing trip to the DreamTank, a sweeping musical journey that takes you through randomly generated alien worlds in an interaction-light VR experience.
DreamTank contains ten different DreamTracks–the musical score that drives the visuals–with each experience beginning with simple shapes and a muted color palette, and then as the DreamTrack plays on, the worlds become more vivid, the shapes more complex, and the colors more vibrant. Watch the sun rise and set over alien worlds, see massive objects float through the sky above you, and watch distant comets burn through the night sky backlit by stars and planets–each world a randomly generated snapshot that will be unique to your experience!
Review: I’m not exactly sure what ‘DreamTank’ is trying to be, but I did find myself quite relaxed inside its virtual worlds. I loved how the world around me kept changing and all the little things you can interact with did help to make each of them a little bit more immersive. But this was also a downside because when you find a world you really like and want to spend time in you can’t as it will soon vanish and with the randomly generated worlds it means you might never see it again. I feel £7.19 is asking way too much, but if you fancy something to relax with and just take you away do consider picking it up in a sale. Just try to get it as cheaply as you can.