Most VR games are treated as a more personal first-person expression of a pancake game — or one that you play solely on a flat-screen — often integrating the same types of virtual movement into the control scheme. But VR wasn’t always like this, and Eye of the Temple proves that, with the right level design, it doesn’t always have to be going forward.
Eye of the Temple is a physical movement puzzle game at heart.
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