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Labyrinth deLux - A Crusoe Quest (Steam VR)

Labyrinth deLux – A Crusoe Quest (Steam VR)

Labyrinth deLux - A Crusoe Quest (Steam VR)

The VR Shop - Bronze Award
System: Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Windows MR
Price at Time Of Review: £11.39
Comfort Rating: Red (Extreme Movement)
Genre: Escape/Puzzle Room
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing, Room-Scale
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG

Description: Welcome to the Labyrinth, Space Trucker! In this VR puzzle game you take on the role of Robin, the Space Trucker, who is pulled through a wormhole into the adventure of a lifetime. You wake up in a temple-like environment and have to traverse and decipher a 16 different rooms campaign. Your task is to direct a laser beam through the twisting rooms by using rotatable mirrors, wall mirrors and prisms, uniting different coloured lasers and hitting specific targets to open the gates to the next room.

Review: ‘Labyrinth deLux – A Crusoe Quest’ is a puzzle room style game wrapped up in a pretty flimsy sci-fi story about a crashed spaceship and space aliens testing you. While the storyline is a little basic I did find myself slowly getting into the game and its mysteries. Sure, it looks like an early PS1 game most of the time, but the nauseating zero-g rooms were kind of fun (even if I did want to throw up). The idea of the game is simple, move from room to room guiding a laser beam to open the door. Sometimes there is more than one laser and you often need to use mirrors to achieve this. Looking past the basic graphics and rather annoying voices it is only the lack of content holding this game back. It isn’t worth £11.39 when you can easily finish it in less than an hour. If it was cheaper or had more content (or both) I would be happy to recommend it, but for now, I suggest you wait and see if one of those things happen.

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