[Game] The Purge AR
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The Purge AR : The Purge is coming. Will you hide? Or will you seek?
Prepare for The Purge with The Purge: AR app and defend your home against ruthless Purge Night attacks. Unlock up to 30 objects— including panic rooms, barbed wire and bear traps— customize them to fit your walls and ceiling and use them to fortify your home. Then, put your defenses to the test and see if you have what it takes to survive Purge Night. As you clear increasingly difficult stages, you will get rewarded with additional objects to safeguard your home. Don’t forget to snap pics of your defenses and share them with friends!
The Purge: AR Features:
Choose from over 30 AR objects and customize them to fit your room
Test how well your defenses hold up on Purge Night and see the results with custom animations
Clear increasingly difficult stages and see how many Purge Nights you can survive
Share images of your fortified home with friends
Get rewarded for surviving The Purge with exclusive content
For the best experience, The Purge: AR requires an ARCore supported device.
THE PURGE Premieres September 4 at 10/9c on USA Network with the premiere and finale episodes simulcast on SYFY.
Based on the hit movie franchise from Blumhouse Productions, The Purge revolves around a 12-hour period when all crime, including murder, is legal. Set in an altered America ruled by a totalitarian political party, the series follows several seemingly unrelated characters living in a small city. As the clock winds down, each character is forced to reckon with their past as they discover how far they will go to survive the night.
The Purge is written and executive produced by the film franchise creator James DeMonaco and led by Jason Blum. Additionally, the entire team behind the blockbuster franchise are on board to executive produce: Michael Bay with Brad Fuller and Andrew Form under the Platinum Dunes banner and Sebastien K. Lemercier. Thomas Kelly serves as executive producer/showrunner of the series. Emmy® and Golden Globe® award-winner Anthony Hemingway will direct and executive produce the premiere episode.
The Purge AR user reviews :
This game has so much potential. It definitely needs work, especially with AR. So far it doesnt let me get passed two purges unfortunately, but the game is fun.
One of the cooler AR concepts I’ve seen in the store. And it’s cool to see props and scenes from The Purge in my house.
Awesome concept but the technology does not work. Trying to scan the room in is more of a nightmare than the Purge itself and the app was only able to scan a small portion of my room where I have a rug with intricate details on it. Unless your walls are lined top to bottom with Piccasso paintings instead of being a singular color with a few posters, it won’t scan at all. The tracking of your AR defenses is laughable as they will often just disappear as you’re trying to place them around, which I also attribute to the horrendous room-scale scanning in this game. This makes the game literally unplayable. If you’re gonna do a room-scale AR game like this, make sure it works first. I think the developers were pressured into using Google’s ARCore software for this game cause it’s the new cool kid on the block but obviously ARCore is nowhere near ready for public use. I recommend the developers go back to old school image recognition techiques, maybe making printable posters for their walls and floor that the the app can track, with relative distance data that the player can input by tracking the distance between each poster, kinda like a low-tech version of the room sensors used in VR. The concept sounds phenomenal and if the tech worked I’d give this game 5 stars…but the tech needs to work first.
Last Update :
Improved AR detection.
Improved UI and text readability.
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