System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £0.79
Comfort Rating: Green
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 50
Description: An interesting undersea adventure. Players in the game will appear on an ancient sunken ship, surrounded by unusually large or small beautiful marine creatures. In reality, no one can experience such a wonderful environment. In the game, players can take risks with their little partner, Haiwa. They will experience the use of handles, the direction of rotation, the opening of doors, how to squat down until the end of the story.
There are treasures in front of you, that keep you motivated. Friend Haiwa will always be close to you to guide, with voice and action to tell you how to act, how to use the handle, how to pick up the treasure into the treasure box, experience this adventure, VR world will no longer be strange to you.
Review: Given the current £0.79 asking price I have to admit I was not expecting a lot from ‘海底寻宝’ (which translates as Undersea Treasure Hunt), but I have to say it was way more fun than I thought. The storyline isn’t up to much, but the general gist is that you and your friend ‘Haiwa’ go about a sunken treasure ship performing simple tasks. While it is all in Chinese it would be great for the little ones if it was in English (or now if they understand Chinese). Given the price, there are about 30 mins of gameplay here and the character is well animated. While I don’t recommend it right now unless you speak Chinese, it does however have some real potential moving forward.