System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £1.59
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Hidden Object
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 10
Description: Set in a large city environment, your main priority is searching for treasure. It comes in all shapes and sizes and is hidden throughout the city. Teleporting with one hand and grabbing with the other, race against the clock to collect as much as possible before time runs out. You may notice the large chest in front of you when you start the game. If you’re lucky enough you may find a key to unlock it. Be warned, it will not be found easily.
Keep your eyes open for time boosts as well. These give you a substantial boost in your time remaining and can be found anywhere in the city. Compete with your friends to make it onto the high score billboard. Take a top spot and be forever remembered for the riches you’ve acquired. Search around skyscrapers and behind trash cans, ice cream trucks and storefronts. So much treasure, so little time. Get hunting!
Review: I’m not sure what I can really say about Treasure Hunt VR. It is supposed to be some sort of “hidden object” game in which you need to find things scattered around a small city area. These objects seem to consist of gems, gold bars and clocks for more time. This game is as indie as they get and unless you are buying this to support the developer I really wouldn’#t bother. There is no game here, nothing worth playing and very little fun to be had no matter how much fun you try and make it yourself.