Released Dec 2017 3.7★
VRobot is an action game designed for VR about a giant robot smashing сities using unique weapons or bare hands. Lightning Hammer, Transformer Sword, Tornado Gun, Tractor Beam – we got all that!
– Control a REALLY HUGE ROBOT;
– Destroy buildings, throw buildings, crumble buildings onto other buildings… and even skyscrapers, and even townhouses;
– Catch planes, sink tankers, throw cars, toss things out into a sea of malicious robots;
– Shake the virtual reality with mighty robot fists;
– Tear down cities using tornadoes released from the Tornado Maker;
– Arming Tractor Beam lets you pull and shoot everything in a row with terrifying force and speed;
– Get the Transformer’s Sword and chop, slice and dice everything;
– Knock out the interfering SuperRobot 3000;
– Do it all in different cities with unique and familiar buildings.
– The SCORE and TARGETS system will help you develop the talent of the destroyer and improve the skill of controlling the robot.
We remind you: there is a TORNADO-SHOOTING GUN!
(also playable on Oculus Rift)
Feb 20, 2018
I enjoyed it for about 5 minutes then it was kinda boring.
My 5 year old son loves it, at this point he has probably played for a few hours.
Jan 26, 2018
amazing fun for children, and if you love destruction then this game is for you!
Nov 02, 2019
This is one of the most satisfying VR-experiences I have had so far.
It does exactly what it promises, it takes you only seconds to understand how it works, and it loads fast. Further you can impersonate Mother Nature, Thor, or you can uh… “reenact events in the american history” or just be the snotty-nosed brat you want to be but society would not let you, because the semi-annual reports are due on monday.
Also it has a great lore, as we all agree, that those nasty self-driving-cars indeed need to be taught a lesson! 😉
I would only recommend it, if you do have an infinity subscription, though – there is not (yet) enough content to justify 15$
Dec 29, 2018
Very good game. We all had fun playing it for about an hour or so. The game is quite nice and the mechanics work quite exquisite. Gets bored pretty fast though, breaking stuff is kind of boring, especially when everything breaks in the same way. Maybe having more gameplay would help.
Jul 29, 2018
Better than what I expected. I couldn’t get any sound to work though, not sure what that’s about. Pretty fun, keep going with it dev!
Feb 28, 2018
Overall, VRobot: VR Giant Destruction Simulator makes right on the promise of its own name. Its vibrant style and sense of humor will keep you laughing and others laughing at you while you stomp and slash around your room wreaking havoc on the unsuspecting robo-residents within each city. There isn’t much more of a plot or a story to keep things interesting beyond the action, but players will want to challenge each other for high scores in their total annihilation and should look forward to a smashing good time that keeps things fun and fast-paced.
Dec 22, 2019
Fun, but not deep. It would be better if there was a godzilla version and instead of baby robots you had people screaming and running for their lives…ok gotta bit dark there 🙂 but the engine just would be great if you added a johnny sako, godzilla or any kind of over the top, old school monster movie stuff for story line.
Dec 21, 2018
Just kinda like everyone else, this game was a way to kill time for a few minutes. Not worth $15 though. Try it out with the subscription and see if you like it but after that just wait for it to be on sale and get it for like $5 or something.
But they say there’s still content to come later so there could still be hope!
I’d personally love if there were a co-op feature to destroy the city with a friend and try to get a higher score.
Mar 18, 2020
Fun to go around breaking buildings and throwing them around, but there’s no sound. The hands also appear swapped for me, but that doesn’t impact gameplay.
Mar 10, 2019
Decent game, my son enjoys it, but after a while it feels very bland, just beating up buildings with a few different weapons here and there. Great for kids to smash about in VR.
Jun 09, 2018
Really lack luster and mind dulling content. You smash buildings for points under a time limit in a series of “missions” to unlock boring tools for destruction.