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Age Rating: 12+
Review System: Gear VR
Price at Time Of Review: £2.29 ($3)
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Hidden Object
Size: 364.64 MB
Controller System: Touch Pad
WiFi Connection Needed: Yes
Best Playing Position: Standing, Sitting
Multi Player: No
Wrath of Loki: VR Adventure
Intro: Welcome to Asgaard, a mythical land where Nordic gods dwell. Dive into a fantasy world inspired by Scandinavian legends. Play as the mighty Thor, God of Thunder, face the raging Loki, and help to stop Ragnarok – the mythical end of day.
Wrath of Loki: VR Adventure will allow you to enter a fantasy world, gather magical artifacts, and solve puzzles that epitomize the genre. The beautiful hand-drawn locations, stirring music, and fantastic story will make you feel like you’re part of the legend.
Visit the domains of Thor, Freya, and Odin, collect fragments of magical horn, and destroy the powerful and unpredictable Loki! Allow yourself be taken INTO the adventure!
Review: Wrath of Loki: VR Adventure reminds me a lot of times spent playing Hidden Object games made by Big Fish Games. With beautiful looking scenery and a great little story line, this is a hidden object game right up there with the best of them. You play as Thor and you are tasked with trying to stop the evil Loki.
The idea is you need to find various magical artefacts and solve various puzzles. While it all sounds simple the objects are very well hidden and perfectly camouflaged by the hand drawn graphics. While most of the puzzles are pretty easy, some of the objects are very well hidden and almost impossible to find. But that is the fun of this type of game.
Verdict: With plenty of locations and objects to find this is a game that will keep people quiet for hours. It looks amazing, easy to play and the music doesn’t grate too much. The perfect family friendly hidden object game and I can only hope this is the first of many.