VR Roller Coaster Temple Rider - a luxurious roller coaster from the studio Rabbit Mountain, made in the format of augmented reality, the locations of which will send the user to travel at high speed on the ruins of the ancient sanctuary. After a few short seconds after the start of our virtual journey, we will be in front of the entrance to a dark cave, which is fraught with beauty and dangers. The entrance, according to the idea of the developers, is implemented in the format of the head of an unknown mythical creation and looks quite impressive and intimidating. Once inside, you are waiting for the underground beauty, amazing statues and even improvised ancient empty settlements, long ago abandoned by their inhabitants. After passing through the first location, we will not notice how we will be under water and make an extreme dive with a beautiful and clean lake. It seems that here, too, once lived representatives of some ancient race - arches, corridors and other structures, decorated with corals and algae, between which float bright colored fishes. There are also dangers here, for example, a huge ramp or toothy shark - the sea of sensations is guaranteed to the user. By the way, the game is quite long, and this is a rarity for this format. In addition, the project VR Roller Coaster Temple Rider has support for normal mode. That is, the user does not need additional equipment to enjoy an unforgettable adventure at high speeds.
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