Cybertrix-Weston Bell-Geddes

Released Jul 2017 4.3★
Cybertrix is a fast paced, puzzle platformer in immersive virtual reality. Find your way through a series of mazes and critical-thinking maps with multiple solutions before the station explodes! The graphics incorporate a techno “tron” like obstacle course with an electro sound track. This game is perfect for both beginner and advanced VR users.

User Reviews

Mar 05, 2018
Uh… what should I say. I can’t stop thinking about how awesome this FREE VR game is. I lost sleep over this. please help me. i’m trapped in an endless cycle over misery as i continue to spiral down into the endless abyss that is this game. i’m going to buy icecream now to reward myself.

Jan 08, 2018
Amazing! Such a great free vr game to help people learn virtual reality and it’s really fascinating way to interpret what you can do with vr. One of the best VR games, and THE best FREE Vr games

Jul 19, 2017
Reminded me of Tron, being trapped inside a video game. Super fun, even though I blew up!

Jul 19, 2017
A feat of utilitarian level design! A great, quick play. Well done!

Fil Arkonus
Aug 19, 2017
For a free game this is very good. It’s only let down by issues post completion. If you beat the clock you end up having to walk physically forward to hit the main menu button, but you can’t teleport so each time I had to reach out of my play area (which fortunately was over a table and not through a wall), while the one time I failed the game basically crashed. For the actual game though I have nothing but praise. It’s basically an obstacle course in VR with funky graphics and a cool electro version of Sweet Dreams playing while you take it on. Sadly there is only one course (with 3 time based difficulties), which would be a negative if this wasn’t a freebie. I am quite glad I downloaded because the screenshots and blurb don’t do the game justice. Hopefully the creator will do more of this kind of thing in the future.

Jan 07, 2018
Seems buggy you can just jump all the way through without taking on the obstacals . Needs work

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