Review System: Samsung S8+ – Running Android 7.0
Price at Time Of Review: £1.49 ($2)
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 146.21 MB
Controller System: Touchpad
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi Player: No
Wolf Chamber VR (Gear VR)
Intro: During the summer, Nanjun and his girlfriend went to the house in outskirts. Due to his physical discomfort, Nanjun slept early at the first night. When he woke up in the morning, Nanjun found that his girlfriend appeared and his phone lost signal. All he had were the message from his girlfriend seeking help and the frightening wolf howl. Nanjun wanted to go out but found he got stuck in the chamber. Only through racing with the time, breaking down the challenge, could unlock the magic organs and dig the mystery in the chamber.
Verdict: Wolf Chamber VR is a “escape the room” style puzzle game with a werewolf storyline that sadly you will see through within minutes of playing the game. The good news is this game is cheap, looks OK and is quite playable. Sadly it really doesn’t offer much more than the money you pay and while it does just about justify the price-tag there is very little to keep you playing this for more than an hour. If you enjoy “escape room” puzzle games a lot you might well enjoy this. It’s certainly not the worse game in its genre, but it’s certainly not the best neither.