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VR Karts: Sprint

VR Karts: Sprint for PC and MAC

Is a Racing game developed by Viewpoint Games located at Althorpe Enterprise Hub, Althorpe Street, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. CV31 2GB UK. The game is suitable for Rated for 7+ (Mild Violence) and required Android version is 7.0 and up.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Now you can use this Racing game on your PC or MAC.
User Reviews
Paid for the full version but every time I reopen the game it fails to remember my progress and I have to start over again. The game itself is great but this is an annoying problem.
I'd give 5 stars, but... The save still have problems, please fix this, it's incredibly annoying... You're loosing retention and users and the chance to have a lot of 5 stars. Everytime I close the app it resets the progress and I have to start tutorial again... Edit: Even saying the problem was fixed, I tested it again with the newest version and the problem persists, everytime I close the game I have to play the tutorial again, I'm playing using a Moto Z, if you need more info please let me know.
Not sure what the other reviews have against this game. It's like playing Mario Cart but in VR. I'm using daydream with an S8+ and it's simply amazing. Bought the full version right after playing the demo for an hour.
As an introduction to VR racing, it's pretty good and the fully functioning side mirrors make a big difference. Poor controls, graphics, and multiplayer server function loses it a couple stars.
This game is only a demo for the full length game which you have to pay for. The game place how it looks like it would play. It's a racing game where you drive over floating things to pick up special one shot weapons to slow down the other players. Steering is done with the controller. Moving your hat allows you to look around while you're driving.
Great kart battle racer with surprisingly accurate tilt controls. I haven't paid for the full version yet, but the multiplayer has me tempted. Haven't encountered the tutorial repeating issues others have reported, but that doesn't mean they aren't present in the full version. I haven't gotten sick, but it definitely gives me the stomach turning feeling of being on a roller coaster at times. Not sure what optimization could be done to fix this, just an observation.
Its control when you bump into the competitors still do not smooth but the item use and gameplay with Daydream's controller works really well. I really enjoy this game even it's just 1 stage demo. Also, feel very little heat compare to other Daydream app.
The steering is not good , I couldn't play the game because I am unable to direct the car , enhancing steering is a great idea for now , all the best
Game was fun and I wanted to purchase the full version. But it continually keeps asking me to exit VR to "set up a Google pin", which I've already done about 6 times. Just keeps looping with this and making me create a pin over and over. Not sure if this is an app bug, or a Google bug, but unfortunately I guess I won't be purchasing the game..
This is a really fun "Cart" racing game with pickups. Like others have said the controls are a little unrefined and hard to control at times. Mario cart style VR fun! It has multiplayer but no way to check in the demo if anyone is playing. I do like that you can check it out before buying the game!
Will up rating but game does not retain progress. Paid for full version. Have to play training every single load.
The game and all is fine, but I bought the full game to play the multiplayer, only problem is... There is no one to play with... Litterly no one is on.
Paying the $5.00 is worth the extra maps and slight customization, however there is a problem I keep running into. Every time I launch the game it makes me go through the whole tutorial again which is very aggravating. I've gone through it three times and played other maps after it but I'm still forced to do it every time I close the app and open it again. Perhaps someone can point out a reason why, if someone can clear this up I would give a much higher review.
Really good fun, minor motion sickness lasted for about one lap but found myself smiling while playing this. Will pay for full version and hopefully they'll iron out any issues
Looks fun, steering completely unusable. Spent 10 minutes trying to figure out the trick. Just when you think you've got it, turning the controller left makes the car steer right and vice versa. The programming for the accelerometer, at least in my original daydream, is very off. Would change review and play if this was fixed
This app signed me up for a ton of spam email from "partner apps". NOT COOL! The game itself is pretty good though.
I would have given it five but I don't know if it's just me but I am having trouble finding multiplayer games
Pretty fun overall game but the controls are a little annoying the steering is good but not a fan of how the weapons work
Lags pretty bad, needs optimization or updates. Not fast enough to not enduce nausea. Great start, just needs some TLC
Works perfectly in my s8 it's a blast to drive. We need more games like this in vr,, the ones where we can keep playing and playing.
1 free race. Then pay to unlock. Controls don't work well. Phone (Google Pixel) keeps overheating. Game keeps losing head tracking. Gameplay is terrible.
Update: Not working on LineageOS. Many other Daydream apps do. Probably not entirely your fault. Will change to 5 stars if fixed.
Very immersive. Easy controls. Would've loved more attention to detail. Ex: wheels turning when you turn.
I paid for this game, but every time I go through the tutorial and customize my kart, after I close the app it doesn't save my customization, name or progress love the game but don't don't want to go through setup every dang time
FRAUD - Crashes everyone before I can even get through the tutorial laps which they don't let you skip - asked Dev for refund and he just responded asking for a bunch of details - they wouldn't even refund me
On the face of it this initially looks very good but considering it is 3D it is very flat meaning that the track is all on one level if there were rises and falls in the track then it would make the vertical reality more real.