Released Mar 2018 3.0★
“INTERNAL LIGHT VR” is a single player puzzle solving action game developed for modern VR headsets Oculus Rift.
However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light…
Explore the environment, solve puzzles and run through challenges to find the exit. “INTERNAL LIGHT VR” includes various game mechanics from interacting with objects to driving complicated mechanisms and vehicles
– Standing VR
– Mysterious journey with intense gameplay.
– Interesting puzzles.
– Difficult challenges.
– Mechanics of movement, jumping and squats will allow you to experience new sensations from VR.
– In-game vehicles
– Roomscale support.
– Motion controller support.
Travel through the darkness and never forget to keep your INTERNAL LIGHT!
Apr 30, 2018
It was a nice experience but I did find it a little to easy. More challenging puzzles would really make this game better.
I didn’t really care for the way locomotion is set up and it would be nice to have different options. I also had issues with tracking. It was very glitchy at times when I was trying to pick something up or duck for obstacles.
Overall great job!
Mar 18, 2018
Is there supposed to be sound with this game? Whatever I tried I couldn’t get the sound to work on the HTC Vive earphones, through the wireless headset or the computer monitor. Sound works fine in other games on all of the above.
The game was still fun to play. It was fairly easy to solve the puzzles as I was able to get through all of them. You do get a workout running by swinging you arms and ducking at the right time. I was sweating by the time I finished the game. Would have been better though with sound effects or even some music.
Jun 02, 2018
Moving mechanism (drag with hands) makes me sick after about 2 min.
THe idea looks good, but i got really sick at the 2nd room.
Mar 15, 2018
EURGHHHHHHHHH, the worlds worst movement inplimentation in any game ever! Its about as responsive as a dog with no legs covered in cement. The game itself could be good and from the video and screen shots I was hoping for a good game but sadly with its flawed useless movement system, very poor audio and sub standard visual effects and vr intreraction it makes for a sub standard vr game.