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Welcome to the future! In this fun-packed VR game which is easy to understand but hard to master, you'll throw, mix and match colorful energy balls to power the entire city - at the RAINBOW REACTOR!
release date: 15 Jan, 2019
developer: Muikkumedia Oy
About This Game Welcome to the future! In this fun-packed VR game which is easy to understand but hard to master, you'll help to provide an entire city with the future's very own and very clean Rainbow Energy - at the RAINBOW REACTOR!
Normal operations have collapsed when the loading crane malfunctioned. Now it's up to the player, controlling a clueless Cleaner Bot, to load the reactor manually. Not an easy task, as the chromium balls which are full of precious energy are very volatile. Any mishandling could end in disaster…
- 9 levels of rising difficulty and additional features and hazards
- 9 groovy Synthwave tunes which are synched to the action
- "SINGLE SHIFT" mode with modifiers for higher or lower difficulty & score
- "PARTY MODE" for localized play with individual name-entry for the leaderboards
- 11 different leaderboards to compare scores with your friends or the whole world
- 17 unlockable achievements
- Downloadable manual (see right hand menu on Steam Store page)
- High-End visuals without any use of pre-made assets - aimed at perfomance GPUs
- Funky music & punchy sound effects
- Spoken language support in English, German and Dutch* (*voiced by Cas&Chary VR)
- Spoken language support for Spanish, French and Italian being prepared
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GTX 970 equivalent, 4GB recommended
Storage: 1600 MB available space
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Rainbow Reactor user review
Pretty simple game for the price but it's very polished and works well. Puyo Puyo with what ought to be an obvious twist for VR, very neatly done. The throwing mechanic works well - it adds a nice element of uncertainty that adds extra challenge - but could do with a little tuning for the Index controllers: you can bind "grip" to throw but it just feels slightly off. Apart from that (which I hear they're going to update soon), it's a lovely game to play solo and would also work well for a party. It's simple to play, you stand in one place (no flailing about like Space Pirate Trainer), and it doesn't take too long. Music is fun as is the floaty robot head. The shiny environment is beautiful - a bit OTT for such a simple game - but it doesn't hurt performance, which is really smooth.
If you like to stand at the exact same spot inside an interesting looking complex industrial building and are the "match 3" loving type of gamer go ahead.
Fully functional, it does what it says on the tin. A serviceable match 3 in a genre that strangely see's little movement in VR.
This is Puzzle Bobble/Bust A Move in VR where you can throw the balls with either hand and mix balls to make different colors. It's fun, looks great, has good music, and has global leaderboards.
I'm having a lot of fun playing this - it ticks a lot of boxes for me.
EDIT: 1/21/19 - I originally expressed hesitation toward paying full game price, but that was before I realized the FULL ACCESS version would be much larger, and almost certainly a better cost / content ratio. Yes, I think a bigger and better game will be more worthwhile and more fun game.
Experienced on the Oculus Rift with Touch Controllers
4/5 Awesome Game
Fun game for everyone!
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Very nice idea! The game is very lovingly and detailed designed. The graphic is wonderful! The idea is excellently worked out for VR - the orientation in the room works excellently, the playing field has a pleasant size. The core mechanics - the throw - is implemented great and works great!
Suprisingly fun game. Very polished with fun game modes. Instant buy on a discount.
Fun little mini game to pass the time
great little mix of tetris in vr and the lab minigame with the demolition cube..
Rainbow Reactor is a fun little puzzle game for VR, here you essentially have to match up colours to score points, if you get 3 of the same coloured balls in a row they disappear and you earn points. The more balls you manage to get in a row the more points you earn, this makes a lot of space for strategic thinking. The game can get quite challenging quite fast, even once you've mastered throwing the balls you then have to think about the placement.
Rainbow Reactor is a Match 3 Game in VR. Like old Color Lines or Zuma Deluxe but way more fast-paced and difficult.
i thought this game was just match 3 for vr but the whole "combining colors" makes it a tiny bit cooler than that. being able to support my thumb on the new rift s controllers really helps with the ball throwing as well.
Very enjoyable game.