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General Information

Available on:Oculus RiftMar 6, 2018
HTC ViveMar 6, 2018
PlayStation VRMar 6, 2018

Developer: Funsoft

Publisher: Digigo

Genres: Puzzle, Adventure

Solve complex puzzles, explore hidden temples, escape deadly platforms and revel in the joy of flight as you restore the Musiki's stolen rhythms! Inspired by tribal music, art and architecture from across the African continent, Rangi is challenging yet comfortable to play. Close your eyes. Find your courage. Search for the path through the doors of the temple. Discover lost secrets, perhaps even your own. Pause and meditate, but do not let the Matata's tricks deceive you. There is danger in their beauty and violence in their artifice. Let the Musiki be your guides, hear their song in the resonance of the world. If you are confused, do not be frustrated. The world is confusing. If you make mistakes, patiently correct them. There is no shame in learning from missteps. If you feel you can't go on, look around. Perhaps the Musiki are trying to show you something. Move like the wind, flow like the water, be as strong as the stone beneath your feet. You will find your way.

Rangi Reviews

Use a Potion

7.8 / 10.0
Use a Potion

I was pleasantly surprised with Rangi – not only did it offer a fairly in-depth virtual reality puzzling experience that lasted a few hours, but it was charming and fun throughout too. It properly embraces the African culture that it's so clearly inspired by thanks to the vivid visuals and impressive soundtrack, and it really makes for an enjoyable experience from start to end. It's not the most intricate or most complex of titles that you'll play on your PlayStation VR headset, but with it's low price and fun gameplay it's easy to recommend giving Rangi a purchase.

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8.7 / 10.0
Rob Pitt

Rangi is one of the best PSVR Puzzle games which fully immerse you in its world with all of the cultural aspects and an amazing soundtrack. The puzzles are quite ingenious and progressively get more involved and harder the further through the game you get. I wasn't a massive fan of the 'timed' segments where you must move quickly, but they do help break the game up and offer variation between puzzles so you always have something new to look forward too. Highly recommend to people new to VR who want a game which won't cause nausea and to those who love puzzles.

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