Over one hundred VR mini games
Schlocks gives you ten seconds in each of its one hundred games. Your goal is to score as many points as you can. It is a casual game, and you can play local multiplayer games or shared/split-screen games so you may compete with your friends.View full description
- Playing locally with your friends is fun
- At least there is a lot of variety
- The graphics are flat
- plain and unattractive
- Doesn’t feel like you are achieving anything
Schlocks gives you ten seconds in each of its one hundred games. Your goal is to score as many points as you can. It is a casual game, and you can play local multiplayer games or shared/split-screen games so you may compete with your friends.
A different game every ten seconds
The developers of Schlocks have apparently been busy creating games for VR sets, but they must have figured that instead of charging for single weak games, they would bundle them all together and have people play them in ten second intervals. One game may have you picking fruit and the other may have you washing dishes. The graphics are about as plain and unexciting as you can get, but if you are easily bored by the many lacklustre VR games that have come before Schlocks, then there is a chance you may like this game because changes things up every ten seconds.
It is like a cheap demo game full of other games
People who say that Schlocks is like a demo game for over one hundred other games may have a point because over fifty of the games are early-access demo games. All of the games look unfinished, but if you are looking for something to do with your VR headset, then this game may help pass the time until you find a fully developed game to play. You get more out of it if you compete with your friends locally to try to get the most points.