Viveport Review: Domino Craft VR
Create, experience, and knock over dominoes to your heart’s content in this fun and casual VR experience.
By Joshua Hawkins, Greenlit Content
There’s nothing more fun than spending an hour creating one of the most complex domino patterns you can, and then knocking them over and watching them fall to pieces. It’s an age-old experience that has been done by generation after generation, and Domino Craft VR approaches and succeeds at bringing this experience to life in virtual reality.
I’ve always enjoyed messing around with dominos and trying to create these massive and complex patterns, all with the end goal of eventually knocking them down and watching them fall over. Of course, all the hard work put into this can go to waste pretty quickly, as you can easily knock over a domino and watch your work go clattering to the floor as everything collapses around you. It’s a sinking feeling that is bound to happen at some point. Domino Craft VR works because it allows you to easily set up intense domino puzzles without having to worry about the issue of knocking things down early.
It’s a great idea that’s easy to work in, and the two different modes open it up to almost any domino lover. You can easily test your mettle against some of the most challenging domino puzzles in Challenge mode, which tasks you with completing a series of levels that gradually move from easy to hard. Improve your skill, become a domino master, and complete all the levels to prove you’re the best at domino puzzles.
Or, if you want to get creative, head into Creation mode and make your own puzzle. The UI is extremely simple to use, and you can place dominos down with decent accuracy in the immersive environment. The visuals also look smooth despite being rather simple, and it’s easy to get lost in the experience for a few hours on end.
Altogether, Domino Craft VR is an exceptionally crafted experience that brings a lot to the table for casual players looking for a unique experience. It’s fun, it’s challenging, and it’s pretty, which makes it a no brainer for those looking to take their first steps in VR. Domino Craft VR is also extremely easy on the stomach and eyes, which means you won’t have to worry about getting sick while you play.
If you want to experience a nice game that has hours of fun to offer, then I suggest giving Domino Craft VR a try. It’s all of the fun and challenge you’d get from dominos, but without all the extra mess to worry about cleaning up afterwards. It’s really a win/win situation when you think about it.