Don't Feed the Animals Airplane Party (what a long name for a game ;) ) is a really cool and fun VR game for the HTC Vive. In the game, you are controlling a remote-controlled airplane. You need to use the Vive controllers to maneuver the plane around the scene and drop bombs which are scattered around destructible structures. You are given a limited amount of bombs which you need to use to try to eliminate all the cakes with the least amount of bombs to move on to the next level.
You also need to avoid hitting the presents that are scattered throughout the level as well, which will deduct points from your overall score. You also get bonus points for each structure you destroy but remember that the goal is to destroy the cakes, so try to aim to hit the cake while destroying as much structures as possible on the way as well.
The game is played in the third-person perspective and while playing you'll be introduced to different animal combatants that serve as the pilot in that little plane. Apparently, those animals really do not like cakes but they do love presents. So the animals have decided to throw a big airplane party and get rid
The game somewhat reminds me of the very popular game Angry Birds, where you need to shoot a bird using a stationary slingshot to eliminate the enemy characters that are spread throughout and within destructible structures. So here instead of a shooting a bird you are controlling a non-stationary plane, and instead of birds you have the cakes and there are still those structures which are used to make the game to play in a more strategic way, like a puzzle game.
Don't Feed the Animals - Airplane Party has really vivid and beautiful comic-style visuals. It boasts intuitive flight controls that make it really enjoyable and convenient to play for both children and adults alike.
As of the time of writing, the game is available in Early Access via Steam. If you are searching for something a bit different to play, casual yet fun and challenging, and want to support the developer throughout the development stages and provide him with valuable feedback, I recommend getting this game - have fun!