18 Floors

Shanghai Wishing Entertainment Limited, Aoga Tech

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General Information

Available on:PCJul 3, 2018
Oculus RiftJul 3, 2018
HTC ViveJul 3, 2018
PlayStation VRJul 3, 2018

Developer: Aoga Tech

Publisher: Shanghai Wishing Entertainment Limited

Genre: Puzzle

18 Floors is a VR experience combining room escape gameplay with puzzle elements. Players are transported to a mystic and foreboding space, where they must complete interconnected puzzle to escape each sealed room. The first episode of the game is comprised of two rooms, the Phantom Room and Sea Express stage. With her home planet destroyed 1000 years ago, Andrea, Queen of Naoh Star has been living hidden amongst humans, struggling to keep her race from eradication. When she learns of humanity’s plan of genocide for her people, Queen Andrea decides to strike back at humanity by altering history itself. Players will follow Andrea as she travels to the secret time-bending black hole “18 Floors,” discovering her true identity and uncovering a galactic conspiracy. Game Features: 1. A suspenseful and thrilling VR puzzle experience 2. Mystifying puzzle designs with gameplay variety 3. VR Environments that feel as if they were real 4. A completely different but interlinked fantastic journeys

18 Floors Critic Reviews

18 Floor's two puzzles are fantastic, and left me wondering where on Earth the rest of the game is.

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18 floors is one of the best looking games on the PSVR and one of the best Escape Room games I’ve played. This initial version of the game only covers the first two floors, yet there is enough content for around two to three hours as you find clues, solve puzzles, and investigate two highly detailed areas. There is no jump scares or cheap horror moments but the game is creepy and mysterious with both its visuals and it’s audio. If you own a VR headset and you’re a fan of puzzles, escape rooms, or creepy “what do I do” games, you should add this to your list of what to pick up next!

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Overall, from the experience I was given playing this game I would say that this game definitely stands out among the rest of the puzzle games PSVR has to offer. The rooms also offer an eeriness to them providing that nice horror feeling to the game as well. For the puzzler adventurers out there or ones that just like a game with almost complete immersion, this is a game you are not going to want to miss out on. For the price, the game offers and delivers a complete package.

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The graphic of 18 floors is very nice to look at. Only rarely does a slight edge flicker cloud the otherwise excellent overall impression. Also in terms of sound everything is very harmonious. Only the controls can be described as more than choppy and brings the player to despair at times. The puzzle adventure on the PS4 can only be controlled with two move controllers and too often you have to start several times to get hold of an object. In addition a free movement control would have been desirable and also extremely advantageous. Because you can only move by teleportation, you have to readjust one or two times to get to the desired position. In 18 floors there is English voice output, but German screen texts. All in all we liked the game design and the audiovisual presentation of 18 floors quite well and for puzzle fans there is a clear recommendation to buy.

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