A MOBILE VIRTUAL REALITY GAME
What is VR? Virtual Reality is a technology that puts you IN the game. You can look around
and experience a game world as if you were there. There are several levels of VR technology.
Karma Chase is currently available for MOBILE VR, where you use an android smartphone with
a Virtual Reality smartphone case. You can also play in 2D if you have a smartphone only.
|It's time to move forward on your journey!
Collect 100 pearls on Level 1
To unlock the Rural Level
|If you're good enough, you can progress
to the spooky Jungle.
Stop and look around, VR takes you there.
HOW DO I GET STARTED WITH CARDBOARD VR?
You will need an Android 5.0 device, an internet connection, and a Cardboard VR case with a button. First you should download the Cardboard VR app from the Google Play Store.
This will help you calibrate your specific device for your specific Cardboard VR case.
Tap the settings in the upper right of Cardboard VR, and tap Set Viewer or Switch Viewer.
This will bring up a screen to scan a QR code. Scan the QR code on your Cardboard VR case.
Your device should now be calibrated and ready to play any VR game on the Google Play Store.
For official instructions go here:
Get Started With Cardboard
MY VIEW KEEPS DRIFTING TO ONE SIDE, CAN I FIX THIS?
There are two easy fixes for most devices that show drift. All devices become uncallibrated
over time as they are shaken around in use. Open the Karma VR App. Get into the Level Select
screen on either VR or 2d mode. Here you can select Reset View with your cursor, and press
the case button or tap the screen. This is available at any point to re-center your view.
If the drift continues. Reset View, then set your phone down face up and perfectly still on
a flat, level, horizontal surface. Your table or desk should suffice. Keep it there,
perfectly still for 20 seconds. Pick it up. Reset View once more for your best forward
position, and continue to play. This should allow your phone to compensate again and
find it's center. If problems continue, please tell us: