VectorWave

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Tower Defense Game for Virtual Reality Systems

Tower defense has always been a popular gaming genre and thanks to virtual reality, the thrills of these missions are more immersive than ever before. VectorWave employs traditional defensive strategies alongside a number of innovative options. View full description

PROS

  • VectorWave embraces a retroactive appeal and a clean playing environment.
  • The inclusion of three-dimensional rendered graphics adds an extra sense of realism into the gameplay.

CONS

  • Some have stated that the movements associated with VR devices are a bit clunky and inaccurate.
  • Only works with the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive VR headset.

Tower defense has always been a popular gaming genre and thanks to virtual reality, the thrills of these missions are more immersive than ever before. VectorWave employs traditional defensive strategies alongside a number of innovative options.

Basic Gameplay and Main Features

VectorWave is built around the principle of defending a tower against a horde of incoming enemies. As opposed to other systems which only provide a top-down perspective, users can now observe the entire three-dimensional environment. Different towers can be purchased and placed in specific configurations based upon the strategy of the user. They will also be upgraded as the game progress; helping players to defeat robust enemy forces. There are no fewer than 21 different levels and each one is more challenging than the last.

A Retro User Environment

VectorWave has taken a rather "retro" approach in terms of its graphics and fans of the early days of gaming should be pleased. Other features include 22 types of towers, a global leader board, customizable player abilities and Steam trading cards.

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