UK, August 26, 2014 - "Rocket Drop VR", a Google Cardboard port of the mobile game "Rocket Drop", is now available for Android devices.
"Rocket Drop" is back, in a special VR edition for use with the Google Cardboard device.
Those familiar with the original Rocket Drop will know what to expect. It's an endless, first-person, score-attack skydiving game, where you can fly short distances via the use of a jetpack. The jetpack requires constant fuel, which you can gain by collecting fuel capsules as you fall. Meanwhile, you also need to dodge the missiles that are constantly being fired at you!
The VR edition takes the original gameplay and pushes it one step further. Using a Google Cardboard kit, you can view the world in 360 degrees with gyroscopic head tracking. Also, you can hold the button on the Cardboard device to effectively use your head as a joystick, allowing you to move within the game environment.
- Max Pittsley (user review from Google Play)
The launch trailer can be found here:
Screenshots can be found here:
Rocket Drop VR can be downloaded for Google Play from this location, for $1 with no in-app purchases:
The original Rocket Drop can be downloaded from the following locations:
- iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/rocket-drop/id880287758?mt=8
- Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sc0ttgames.RocketDrop
- Amazon Fire: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K4DYFCC
- Windows Phone 8: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-gb/store/app/rocket-drop/4eb188af-d4c9-4224-859c-634f6128ae50
About Sc0tt Games:
Sc0tt Games is an independent developer of video games. Founded in May 2014, its core focus has centered on simple yet high-concept ideas with easily accessible gameplay. To date, the studio has released six games across four IPs and seven platforms.
Name: Scott Harber
Press Kit: http://www.sc0ttgames.com/?p=280