System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £9.90
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Party Games
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 60
Description: You are one of a kind. At least, that is what they tell you – in actuality, you are a clone of a certain alien race, which is particularly good at cleaning. That is your destiny. Cleaning the spaceship, you are assigned to, with the help of your partner who is sitting in a control room, pulling levers and pressing buttons. But this time it’s different! The ship has caught fire, which must be extinguished immediately to save the passengers! That shouldn’t be a problem for such a rehearsed team as you, right? Use your cooperative skills to become heroes among the other clones!
Review: Levers & Buttons is one of those party games in which one person plays in VR and the others in the PC screen. This is not something you can play on your own so single players can stop reading now. The main idea of the game is to get a little character from point A to point B, but you will have to use a series of levers and buttons (hence the name of the game) in order to do so. If you pick the right friend to play with you I am sure it will be a real laugh, but given the amount of content and the basic style of graphics, I don’t feel it would ever be worth the current £9.90 asking price. I would pay a good few quid for it, but not much more than a quarter of the current price.