Intro: In Gravity Quest you will need to plough your way, moving parts of the maze. Travel in the maze, find portals and make teleportations. You will be charmed by new, more attractive and mysterious mazes!
Comfort Level: Extreme
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Space required: 115.4 MB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: PG
Price: £2.29 ($3)
Playing Position: Sitting (swivel chair needed)
Review: Gravity Quest might not be the best looking game, the fastest or the most action-packed, but it’s got plenty of playability and that is what counts. While the 5 levels are not the biggest it is easy to get lost within each maze making them feel much larger than they actually are, never truly knowing what is up or what is down. Sadly this does also make the game very nauseating and some people will feel very ill playing it. But if you have your VR legs you should be fine. So is it worth a download? No. Not even one bit. Why? Because the Steam VR version that is only £1.99 and you get 12 levels with 3 for each graphics theme. For more than that, I am only getting 5 levels and one environment? I don't think so. While I will happily suggest you get the steam VR version and stream it to your Oculus Go you would have to be a fool to buy the Oculus store version.