A short VR puzzle game on a tower
Symphony of the Machine is a VR game where you complete puzzles in a large tower in order to affect the weather. The graphics are okay for the year it was produced, but it is a very short game that seems to place itself on a pedestal.View full description
- The graphics were okay considering the year of release
- It has chillout music in the background
- The game is way too easy
- Symphony of the Machine is too short
Symphony of the Machine is a VR game where you complete puzzles in a large tower in order to affect the weather. The graphics are okay for the year it was produced, but it is a very short game that seems to place itself on a pedestal.
A cheaply produced puzzle game
Symphony of the Machine was cheaply produced because there are very few locations, there is no voice acting, and even though the graphics are okay, they are only okay when compared to other games that were released in the same year as Symphony of the Machine. There is very little to do when playing Symphony of the Machine other than to solve the puzzles and do it slowly. If you solve the puzzles too quickly, then you can have the game beat in thirty minutes and there is very little reason to replay the game once you are done.
The game is much too short
Symphony of the Machine has puzzles, but they are not innovative or clever. In fact, most people can complete the game in half an hour, and that includes the time it takes to figure out how to play the game. The developers seem to think that creating a fancy-looking game with a chill-out soundtrack is so amazing that people should be in awe of it. They seem to have forgotten that people are paying money to play a game and not marvel at their so-so/bland graphics. Unless you can get this game for free or on a 90% discount, you should spend your money on something else.