Released Dec 2017 2.4★
This is the full Early Access edition of Go For Launch: Mercury.
Re-live the early days of space flight in Go For Launch: Mercury, the first in a series of games exploring the early days of space flight.
Using fully interactive and controllable spacecraft simulation, GFL:Mercury will take you on the ultimate adventure into space and let you re-live the exact experiences of those early pioneers, the Mercury Seven.
Mar 09, 2018
For space enthusiasts, teachers, students, aspiring astronauts, and history aficionados, experiences like Go For Launch: Mercury are what sets VR apart from any other medium. Suit up, strap in, and set your sights to the skies, and don’t miss your chance to relive history in a way that only virtual reality can offer.
Apr 19, 2019
Very good for what it is, which is not a game but an accurate recreation of history.
-Unless you’re a die hard history buff, go straight to Mission 3 which is the orbital one
-Use the “external view” button (‘A’ on Oculus Touch) regularly to see what’s happening, since you can’t see a lot from inside the capsule.
-There is a “fast-forward” control, it’s the left stick on Oculus Touch. Without this you’ll be sitting doing nothing for long stretches of time.
Feb 27, 2019
i just tried the game and i want ti know why i have to wait over 130 seconds or more for each stage. the overall looks good but should have an option for speeding up time
Sep 25, 2018
This game has a lot of promise but fails to shine through. Controller issues and a lack of meaningful ability to impact anything are major limiting factors. As near as I can tell, there isn’t really a way to screw things up even with the assistant turned off. Most steps seem to be handled for you regardless of whether you take the correct actions or not. With better guidance and actual consequences to errors as well as better controls, this has the potential to be a really good game.
May 31, 2018
Tried playing. Unable to pick up anything or figure out how to launch the rocket.
Dec 30, 2017
I can hear JFK in the background of some loud music, but I quit after sitting in an office for like 10 minutes listening. There must be more but I ran out of patience.