Tumble VR Now Out, Here’s 10 Tips to Help You Tumble

October 10, 2016 Written by Alex Co

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While PlayStation VR won’t be out for at least a few more days, the games for the device are slowly making their way out. One of these games is Supermassive’s Tumble VR.

Over on the official PlayStation Blog, Supermassive Tumble VR Game Director Tim Heaton shares some info from the game and how it differentiates from the PS3 version. Chief among the changes are new levels (80 in total, some old, some new), new visuals and even a multiplayer mode as well, where the second player can just use a DualShock 4 to partake in the action.

Additionally, Heaton lists ten tips for Tumble VR that should help you get better.

Top 10 Tips for Tumble VR

  1. The weight and friction of blocks is shown on the DualShock 4 when you pick them up. Think about how to use these properties and use heavy blocks to weigh other blocks down.

  2. Some awkward-shaped blocks fit together to make a combination that is much more useful.

  3. In destruction levels, it’s important to get blocks into the high-scoring zones. Look for weak points that will make the tower topple sideways.

  4. Look out for jigsaw blocks within levels — they can earn you an easy medal.

  5. If you get stuck on a particular level, look around for other easier medals in the zone. Many levels have an additional bonus level, too!

  6. Hidden blocks are essential for completing the final level and are found in levels all over the game. They can be above you, behind you, beneath you, or hidden behind things.

  7. If you are the VR player in Versus mode, going for the bonus points on offer is often the best way to victory.

  8. In Versus mode, the blaster power-up is very powerful, especially if you hit the blocks at the top of the VR player’s tower.

  9. Listen carefully to what the drone says at the start of each level. Sometimes it gives little clues about how to tackle the puzzle.

  10. Experiment and have fun. Many puzzles don’t have set solutions. It’s all about trying your own thing and seeing what works.

Will Tumble VR be one of your purchases for PSVR? Stay tuned to PlayStation LifeStyle for PSVR game reviews soon.

[Source: PlayStation Blog]