InMind is a short adventure with arcade elements designed for the Cardboard and other Virtual Reality viewers for iOS devices. It's also playable without any special viewer (just tap and hold to switch modes).
This VR game allows the player to experience the journey into the patient's brains in search of the neurons that cause mental disorder. Submerge into the microworld and experience the miracles of the human mind.
The future is nigh. The humanity is standing upon the brink of a new era where modern healthcare makes tremendous scientific advancements. With the help of nanotechnologies a surgical prototype bathyscaphe allows its operator to shrink to a microlevel and travel inside the patient's body.
Game is totally free, as well as our new VR project InCell (http://incell.nivalvr.com).
A unique experimental project made by Nival to test the opportunities of the new Virtual Reality provided by Google Cardboard.
Compatible with View Master, Fibrum, Homido, Lakento, Archos, Durovis and others Cardboard like headsets.
- Game engine updated to improve stability
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NEED MORE VR GAMES!
So far, this had been the best game I have downloaded for my VR. The quality is great too unlike other VR games. I like how we don't need a joystick to play it and we use our head to aim. But next time you should make the aiming time shorter to make it faster & better for shooting the neurons. You guys should make.... NEED more games like this. Maybe like zombie/ shooting games?? (PLEASE) *hint* NO joystick should be required, let our heads do the aiming lol but plz don't leave the aiming too long.
Thanks if you read it & I hope you think about doing it as well ;)
Great game but feels like a demo
The game only has one level and once you complete it tells you to download InMind 2 (basically the same thing but more levels) for free. So if you are thinking about getting it just skip right over to InMind 2 to save time and data. But other than that in is a great vr game that doesn’t need a controller (for all you people like me that picked up a $2 vr headset in the Walmart clearance bin).
A little short, but...
I just got a Google Cardboard headset a couple days ago and was looking around in the Cardboard app. I saw this game and decided to give it a try.
Definitely a fun game. My only problem with it is it's so short and there aren't any levels... but it's definitely amongst the best and most polished games for mobile VR I've seen yet.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.