2076 Midway Multiverse


Release date

June 11, 2021


Ivanovich Games

The multiverse is in danger! Take control of your space combat ship, fight the Nazi Galactic Empire and relive the thrills of classic scrolling shooters in a unique retro Virtual Reality experience.

Paying homage to classic side-scrolling shooters, “2076: Midway Multiverse” offers the ultimate space combat simulation experience. Take command of your starship and fight waves of enemies that will -literally- attack you from every possible angle. Get the most out of your Virtual Reality device and explore the remotest sites of the multiverse as you try to free the galaxy from the tyranny of the Nazi Galactic Empire.

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81 ratings

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February 4, 2022


Ok, this is an awesome game with a Modern VR take on classic Retro arcade games. It comes across far more visually stunning than a lot of Quest games and feels polished too. However, there are some issues. 1. Player position when switching between modes and with regard to intractables. When you are in the cockpit it places you too far forward, so to grab the joystick is like grabbing my manhood that's how close it puts the controls to your body. Considering this is a title that would be good to play seated that's a big problem. Also you have to interact with various objects and they are right next to your face at some points. Just not ideal. 2. At some points it gets you to choose controls but you just need to touch them to select them and again it places them so dam close to you if you hold your hands in front of you while playing it auto-selects just by appearing on your hand giving you no time to read what it's explaining. I do think the dev needs to place the player a little further back to the action in some modes it would solve some of this. Also when you used a life/heart you drop and lose any coins you have collected. meaning if you lose a heart at the end of a round you lose everything. Would love to see again a more retro approach where it may give you some time to collect some of them back. thinking of like sonic days. Other than some of these complaints its a really solid game the devs have done a great Job.

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