Review System: Oculus Rift CV1
Price at Time Of Review: £11 ($14)
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 694.51 MB
Controller System: Touch Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Multi Player: No
Everything Must Fall (Oculus Rift)
Intro: Everything Must Fall is an action-packed physics puzzle game in VR. You are an outcast among the tinies working your daily job as a demolitioner at Blow Big Stuff Up Ltd. Before you know it, your life is turned upside down. You must save your parents. A Journey of a lifetime begins.
Review: Have you ever wondered what cloud island people do when they need to build a different building on one of their small floating islands? Yep! The blow up the old one and start to rebuild. That is where your job at Blow Big Stuff Up Ltd comes into it. Apparently, there is a story about saving your parents or something like that. But who needs a story when you get to blow buildings to smithereens!?
The idea of the game is to get to a set amount of demolition. You only have a small amount of dynamite to do it with and there is no way to strategically place them, so you will just have to throw them and hope for the best. It’s very much like Angry Birds with dynamite. Set over 80+ action packed levels (of which only a few are currently available with the promise of more to come). This is a physics puzzle game that is a dream come true for anyone who used to build block towers only to knock them down again.
Verdict: Everything Must Fall is a blast in every sense of the word. But it is also far from flawless. The lack of tutorial or any help and guidance at all is downright annoying and even some of the collision detection doesn’t work flawlessly. Despite those flaws, I loved every moment of this game and got really into it even if I did have to work out what everything does on my own. While there aren’t many levels there is the promise of more “worlds” to come so maybe it is worth buying now before the price goes up.