Intro: After years of work, the protagonist manages to create a time machine. On his first voyage, the machine fails and begins to leap into the future uncontrollably. After travelling through different eras, he manages to send a message back to his time from the future. he has discovered something we should all know. A virtual reality experience across the time. Award and winning in more than 20 film festivals around the world.
Comfort Level: Moderate
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Genre: Non-Interactive Experience
Space required: 3.81 GB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: U
Price: £2.29 ($3)
Movement: Forward facing only
Playing Position: Sitting
Review: Lost in time is a non-interactive experience that takes you through a journey of the life of Earth. From dinosaurs to a distant future. While not the clearest 360 video experience I have seen it was still pretty good and some of the scenes felt pretty real. I also felt the rollercoaster style track was a good idea and overall it wasn't too nauseating at all. In fact, at times it was surprisingly relaxing. Strangely there is a dark end to this "experience" that seems to lay a guilt trip onto you, but I won't get into too much spoiling. While I did enjoy it and I feel the price is about right you are still only going to watch it once or twice at most. Yes, it is worth a look, but do remember it is not interactive in any way so once you have gone through the "ride" that is your lot. But for something to pass a few minutes in this app easily takes you away from it all.