The virtual shooting galleries which’s closest cousins can be described as an old arcade machine are particularly cherished among VR gamers. In keeping with the trend Ikimasho games came with their own experience featuring magic, space like Rogue elements. Find out more about it in the review we wrote for Star Shaman.
- Producer: Ikimasho games
- Publisher: Ikimasho games
- Publisher date: October 22, 2020
The Entropy Architects have decided to convert all moons and planets into dead, unresonant voids. It is the responsibility of the star shaman of the stars to defend the universe. Only he can be trusted to eliminate the bio-frozen celestial bodies as well as fight the armada of threatening Obeloids.
In the midst of combat, highly hostile flying objects of all sizes and shapes come before the shaman. They flutter around in a 180-degree circle around one the other, and savagely load their weapons in order to give the players time to prepare and get their guns ready.
The folks at Ikimasho certainly wanted an mobile crowd so warming up prior to taking on the challenge of saving the universe is essential as the aliens won’t require you to run through the game area, however, you’ll need to move away from projectiles quickly or make a sudden crouch.
When you want to use a weapon you first have to pull it out of the sphere that is in your face and then charge it by moving your hands along surrounding energy stones. After the cannon has been charged up then the process must be repeated.
To completely rid the area completely of intruders confront a boss, and then advance to the next level to complete the mission, you need to gather the required number of items from planets that are under siege. Furthermore, the shaman can receive biocycles which can be consumed in Kibel’s store.
Without modifiers, it’s impossible to gain your health back If you suffer a loss of all of your energy then you’ll die, and be revived. It’s necessary to start the game over again, with a specific amount of money, which you’ll get at the end your game.
It is currently suffering from bugs, and there are some problems with the execution of combat mechanics, however it’s a brand-new project and has a strong base, meaning there’s a good chance the developers will be able to improve it as time passes.
The fans of arcade shooting with virtual reality should at a minimum be intrigued by Star Shaman.