System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £1.69
Comfort Rating: Red
Genre: Endless Runner
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 75
Description: I made you a cool game! There is no plot and depth of elaboration of the characters (and the characters themselves are not there), but there is an amazing feeling of flying on a flying platform with intuitive control. Probably, this is how a supervillain on a hoverboard, which at high speed, manoeuvres among obstacles, should feel like it. No videos will convey this feeling and this speed. Check your reaction and flexibility, and at the same time lose a pound of fat until you pass all types of the labyrinth (there are three of them!). To tell you the truth, I could not get through the last pack of tunnels myself – there still needs some good luck.
Review: Flying in Labyrinth is an endless runner style game (only with an end) in which you will be automatically running through a labyrinth type maze trying to collect coins along the way (or as many as you can anyway). Then at the end of the labyrinth, you get a score based on how well you did. There are 3 Labyrinths to run though which are Space Station, Underground Cave and Ancient Catacombs. It looks OK, its simple to play and dare I say just a little bit of good old fashioned fun. For just £1.69 this is well worth a look even if you only play it once or twice.