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Atlantis VR

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Enter the underwater world thriving with life! Let the aquatic beings guide you trough the mystery deeps and explore nooks and crannies of beautiful ocean landscape!

Prepare yourself for thrills and chills as this journey will make your heart beat faster and faster with every turn! Admire the detailed environment while taking a wild rollercoaster ride among exotic fish, uncanny jellyfish shoals and sunken ships! Put on your VR headset and discover the mysterious artifacts of Atlantis!
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MMEU
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Forever Entertainment
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System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4440 (or equivalent)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660, AMD Radeon R9 290X
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4590 (or equivalent)
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 1060, AMD Radeon R9 390X
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Atlantis VR reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Отличный Rollercoaster, наряду с Lunapark VR от тех же разработчиков. Длиннее и круче обычных, с хорошим эффектом присутствия. Единственный слабый момент - картинка. Специально накрутил 200% supersampling, но особых улучшений нет, выглядит по-прежнему не очень. А так - берите смело. Как ни крути, "американские горки" остаются пока что одним из самых удачных развлечений для VR. Играл на Lenovo Explorer (Windows Mixed Reality), всё работает. This roller coaster is good, among the best of them (try Lunapark VR as well). The game is a bit longer than the rest, and much more enjoyable due the high speed, unusual atmosphere of underwater adventure (you'll remember Star Wars: the Phantom Menace for sure :). The only drawback here is the visual imperfection. Picture seems low-res for some reason (i've activated global 200% supersampling and even added personal +200% of supersampling for Atlantis VR but with no effect). So I highly recommend you to check out this game. So far the roller coasters offering you the best immersive expirience in VR. P.S.: played on Lenovo Explorer (WMR).
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Microsoft from Deutsch
This will be my first negative Comment here. It's just unforgivable to move through massive Objects like Stones, Rocks and Fish. This robs you of the complete Immersion of VR. For Example, you fly through a Swarm of Fish as if they were Ghosts. Why are they there then? By not having a Collision with them, the VR experience is immediately stolen and the Rest is only implausible. You still look at the Rest, but you get disappointed over and over and over. Because soon after, you even fly through massive Rocks. Quite apart from the absolutely implausible Maneuvers of the Ship you're in. The Ship itself is proportionally also completely oversized large. It's roughly the Size you'd feel as a Baby at the Age of two when you sit down in a Car Scooter. All in All, one Thing after the next Robs the Immersion of actually feeling in a virtual World. It's more like being totally open on a Carousel, which moves up and down a bit and drives through a number of Objects that (for whatever Reason) don't cause a collision. On the contrary. Seemingly, the Creator of this VR experience gets away with leading us around by the Nose and saying to himself, "Hey, it's VR, so nothing's REAL. You can and must fly through a Rock and actually through anything else that is in the Way. " Um, yes, may be, but mine my Opinion is not. If I were to get money for giving myself the Crap again, then I would, but not even for free I only waste another Minute in this Nonsense:-( Buy Recommendation: Yes-to all those who have never been disappointed in Life no-to all those who prefer to buy an Ice cream for the Money and have Fun with it. Regards
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