Toilet Escape VR Normal Mode is a luxury Android puzzle from Goblin LLC studio, whose developers, apparently, are not without humor and creativity, since they send the user to solve logical problems not in the next haunted mansion, but in a dirty and smelly toilet, with Painted walls and tightly locked door. And all of this is realized with the capabilities of augmented reality, that is, full immersion in the gameplay gamer is guaranteed. It is unclear on what evil rock protagonist was in a dirty toilet, as if in a trap, but one thing is clear - he urgently needs to do something to get out of this stinking and gloomy place. To do this, carefully explore the surrounding enclosed space, pick up the found items, which in the future can help to find the coveted key that opens the door to the long-awaited freedom. I must say, in the room you are not alone, you are surrounded by vile rats and mice, suddenly attacking and delivering a lot of hassle and negative moments. No surprises, too, was not, but in order not to spoil the intrigue, we will not disclose all the secrets of this exciting Android puzzle. The shortcomings of the game include its transience, since it takes only ten minutes. By the way, if you do not have a special headset, you can still play in the application, since the developers have provided such a possibility, but in this case the effect of full immersion will not be so obvious.
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