Hotel Transylvania Popstic-SPECULAR THEORY INC

Released Jul 2018 3.9★
Hotel Transylvania Popstic is a super fun VR rhythm game where you move your entire body around to match fast-moving patterns of colorful orbs flying toward you with corresponding colors on each end of your Popstic or Wands. Connect the dots, ride the rails, or deactivate lasers without missing a beat. Watch out for obstacles!

This game is packed with energetic songs, full body movement, special powerups, and bonus levels.

– Featuring characters from the popular Hotel Transylvania movie franchise and premium gameplay.
– Two ways to play (Wands or Popstic), 3 different levels of difficulty, 9 songs per level.
– Hotel Transylvania’s Griffin (the Invisible Man) guides you throughout the game with helpful tips and fun commentary.
– Bonus levels have been added for extreme gameplay.
– Rack up combo points and high scores by correctly matching colors and beats.
– Powerups have been added to allow you to slow down time, blast obstacles out of your way, and hit orbs more easily to score more points.
– Full body movement. Quickly move your body up, down, or to the sides to get yourself thru the rotating obstacles safely by getting your head and controller thru without touching any lasers.

Play the game in Wands mode using two Vive or Rift controllers. From the main menu inside the Hotel Transylvania lobby, tap the ‘Controller’ button on the left to set up your controller. Note: Popstic mode requires a Popstic accessory and does not currently work on the Rift (Vive only). Only choose Popstic if you have the Popstic accessory attachment. This is a prototype accessory. If you do not have this accessory, and would like to order one, please visit our website for more info. We also encourage you to make your own as needed and we welcome any feedback. The Popstic mode is optional and offers players an additional type of gameplay experience. The game is fun to play with and without the Popstic.
(also playable on Oculus Rift)

User Reviews

Jul 19, 2019
Great Fun. Anyone can play.
Relax, or break a sweat. Your choice.
I wish the song selection was bigger.

May 14, 2019
Awesome game concept. Only needs more songs and / or play along to your own songs and it’s perfect.

Works well using WMR.

Mar 16, 2019
Ich finde das konzept sehr gut, es macht wirklich spaß. Die Grafik ist zwar nicht so gut, aber mein Hauptkritikpunkt ist die Anzahl der Songs!

Jan 26, 2019
Not a lot to do woth the Hotel Transylvania franchise, but still a decent rhythm/music game.

The visuals and design are solid, but it lacks a few things you would think to be a necessity in a game like this. Namely, the audio, which is very unbalanced in volume and quality between menus and actual gameplay. Additionally, there is no haptic feedback (runble), at least not on the Rift Touch controllers, which only leaves you with annoying audio clues as to how well you are hitting the notes, which again, relies on the inconsistent audio.

Dec 04, 2018
This game is alot of fun. The songs are better than I thought they would be. I built my own popstic and it works well. The bad thing is that it does not save high scores locally and can not see global scores. I got it with my subsription so i’m not out anything. Hope they fix the scoring. Update this could be a good game but not yet, for the money buy Beat Saber.

Jun 04, 2019
There are several rhythm VR games out there to compare this to and this one ranks fairly low for me. The animations for the Hotel Transylvania characters acting as the DJ of choice is neat, but that is all it has to do with Hotel Transylvania. The games it’s self is kind of boring.. I just felt like I was holding my arms out and popping bubbles of the right color with some occasional dodging in there. There are also some different colored orbs with no real indication of what they are for till you kind of see an effect for them. The sound effect of popping the orbs overwhelms the music, no matter how low you set the SFX. The music choices aren’t bad, but hearing that BLIP sound more than the song really throws them off.

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