Intro: As an evil force rose to power across the universe, alien monsters and bugs invaded many planets and devastated their environments. Human beings decided to launch Long March Space Project to fight this force of evil and return the universe back to normal. As part of the project, you will land on infested planets, fight enemies and improve the environment.
Comfort Level: Gentle
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Space required: 71 MB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: PG
Price: £0.79 ($1)
Playing Position: Sitting or Standing
Review: The good news is Long March Space Project does offer things to smile about. With its Minecraft style old school graphics and constant action, it can suck up your time like it was a vortex. Sadly its extreme repetitiveness and terrible glitches make it not worth playing. At the start, I was getting into it and found myself having fun. But that soon wore off and I was left wondering what the hell I was playing and what to do next. Then, after a whole hour of gameplay, I finally defeated the "boss" you can call and the game glitched meaning it was all for nothing. Maybe I just had a bad experience, maybe I didn't understand the game properly, but this is just my opinion. Even with its low price, this is not worth a download, even for us retro gaming fans.