|Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
|Red (Extreme Movement)
|Tracked Motion Controllers
|Yes, Online PVP & Co-op
Description: Hunters are looking for the heavily “armed” items in this multiplayer VR prop-hunt game. As mimic you blend in and fool the hunters, high-fiving other mimics for victory. Hunters need to find and catch the flexing flower pots in this fast-paced hide and seek game. Everything has arms in Everything Has Arms.In Everything has Arms you either take on the role of a Hunter or become a Mimic. Mimics can disguise themselves by possessing objects and hide as them.
Score by high-fiving other mimics and staying in the game as long as possible. You can only stay in object-form for a limited time, after that your arms pop out. As soon as the hunters spot you, you need to bolt and lose them before they catch you. Hunters need to find and chase down the Mimics. Their finger guns will slow them down and hinder their jumping ability. (Mimics can fire flares with their own finger guns, signaling other Mimics positions on the map.)
Review: ‘Everything Has Arms’ is a multiplayer game in which your character is basically a giant pair of arms and a head. There are several things to do in the play lobby like racing and climbing games as well as general chit-chat, plus you can unlock things to customise your “big-armed” character. With its cartoon graphics, it sure looks like fun, but sadly it is not. First of all, I found getting about nothing short of frustrating and 2nd sadly there was nothing to get about for! Much like so many other games like this, it was completely void of other players. So sure, I could explore the small lobby area but couldn’t do anything effectively making the game DOA! It looks like it could be fun I suppose if you can find/encourage other players to join in, but I get the feeling most people will find no-one else in the game (or as frustrating to play) and quit almost as soon as it is downloaded. There is potential here, but without AI or other players it will die a quick death.