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Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Hurl VR on Oculus Rift. The PC VR system gets such little attention due to the lack of physical copy versions of games. Which is why our number one VR system at Family Friendly Gaming is the Playstation 4 VR. There is something great about holding a case and checking out a manual with a game. We also love holding discs and cartridges in our hands.

We had been swamped with so many sponsored videos to work on that Hurl VR was delayed. We finally found an opportunity to check if we could record Hurl VR with our setup. Sadly all of the video was lost so we did not keep that video. No matter what we changed in the setup the audio went to the Oculus Rift headset and not the output audio for the recording device. Which is a shame because Hurl VR is a neat game to show off to Family Friendly Gaming Universe.

The concept behind Hurl VR is pretty simple. We throw a ball with the right hand or the left hand and get it to the destination area. That sounds simple enough right? Here is the one hitch in that – we must bounce the ball off all of the tiles that appear in each of the thirty levels. Tiles might be moving, bounce higher, etc. Some levels in Hurl VR are timing and some are getting the right trajectory and angles. This one hundred meg game is like bouncing a ping pong ball off of tables into a cup.

If you keep failing at levels in Hurl VR it will suggest you use the assist. I could never get the assist to work though. I took the headset off and looked for the purple button. I pressed every button I could feel while playing with the VR headset on. I never got it working and that was frustration because there are some challenging levels in Hurl VR. There are also some concerns on the controls in Hurl VR. I would do the same thing and get different results. I even injured my shoulder trying to throw the ball harder to make it bounce higher on one level.

I love the concept of Hurl VR. It has some fun moments when everything works just right. I would love to see Hurl VR make it to the PS4 VR, or maybe the PS5 VR when it is released. This idea could certainly be expanded into additional levels and maybe an easier assist system. Maybe let players earn coins in levels so they can skip levels they are stuck in. I could see sequels to this game in the near future.
- Paul


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: PC VR
Publisher: Rusty Oak
Developer: Rusty Oak
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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