InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) – NIVAL, INC.

InMind 2 VR (Cardboard)

InMind 2 VR (Cardboard)

Experience one of the top-rated Free games on the App Store, InMind 2 VR (Cardboard)! Developed by the innovative team at NIVAL, INC., this Education game provides a unique gaming experience like no other. With a content rating of 17+, it’s perfect for a wide range of players. Since its initial release on 27th October 2016, the game has seen numerous updates, with the latest version launched on 2nd March 2017.

Are you a fan of Education, Adventure, games? Then InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) is right up your alley! You won’t be able to resist its appeal.

User Ratings of InMind 2 VR (Cardboard)

Over 62 players have rated InMind 2 VR (Cardboard). Join them and share your thoughts!

How Much Does InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) Cost?

Good news! You can download InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) on your iOS device absolutely free!

InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) Release Date

Eager to know when InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) first graced the App Store? It was launched on 27th October 2016.

When Was InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) Last Updated?

The latest version of InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) was updated on 2nd March 2017, ensuring a more enjoyable gaming experience for all players.

Where Can I Download InMind 2 VR (Cardboard)?

To get started with InMind 2 VR (Cardboard), head over to the official Apple App Store.


A Glimpse into InMind 2 VR (Cardboard)

InMind 2 is an action/arcade VR game with a bit of decision making strategy and neuroscience of the human brain.

You’ll take part in the process of one teenager named John becoming an adult, and help shape John’s future self, while experiencing an exciting journey inside the unusual micro world of the carefully recreated human brain. Remember that in this world even one small molecule can change a person’s destiny!

The game places emphasis on the chemistry behind human emotion, greatly inspired by the Pixar/Disney movie "Inside Out" and (more scientifically) Lövheim’s theory of emotions. On the gameplay side, we take the best from our experiences developing the games InMind and InCell, to create an innovative and eye-catching VR experience.

It is well known by scientists that emotions are nothing other than hormones affecting the human body — and especially the brain. You’ll take part in the process of one teenager named John becoming an adult, and help shape John’s future self, while experiencing an exciting journey inside the human brain. During this crucial time, John will face several key moments, and his reaction to these moments may lead to forming new interests and relations. Help John on his way towards his destiny… His future is in your hands!

A unique experimental project made by to test the opportunities of the new Virtual Reality provided by Google Cardboard.

Compatible with View Master, Fibrum, Homido, Lakento, Archos, Durovis and others Cardboard like headsets.

What’s New in the Latest Update?

Find out what’s new in the latest version of InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) updated on 2nd March 2017:

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

  • Gameplay is now more dynamic, master any destiny faster!
  • Stability fixes.

User Reviews on InMind 2 VR (Cardboard)

Looking for more information? Read a comprehensive review of InMind 2 VR (Cardboard) below:

This game scares us and triggers our megalophobia. The musics creepy. But we push through it and then suddenly theres so many huge neurons and dendrocytes at the next level. Theres this huge thing thats always to the side we dont like to look at it. We get mild anxiety but we love the game, we play it all the time and try to get a good score!

This game is really soothing, not much action. That’s fine with us – the VR InCell game is much faster paced, so it’s a nice change. We’re also kind of committed to helping John achieve a good life, while at the same time not being cruel to him.

We will give it a 5 because it teaches you more about the brain and how it works.

We still think this game is great! But so much changed and we feel like the original concept may have been more unique, or at least couldve been built up to something more unique. Still, its easily the best VR game for cardboard we can find so far.

This vr game is very interactive and interesting, and a be games that actually works. The graphics are nice and this idea is unique. The only reason we are rating four is because the storyline is a little bland, but other than very well done!

Our only complaint is not about the game. Our complaint is that our necks cant rotate 360 degrees.

This game is really cool and really roped us in but every time its about to get really good, the game crashes and we have to start all over. It also makes our phone heat up really quickly. The graphics are super cool though! We love the creativity and how unique the stories are. Can get a little boring when youve been playing it for 30+ minutes but as long as you keep making progress it should keep you on your toes.

It’s kind of boring and sort of fun at the same time! InMind 1 Was Really Short So Go Check That One Put Before You get this one because you’ll see if you want this or not! Go Check out our channel on YouTube too! It’s called BethyAndJoSisterAndBro! Pls Subscribe And Show Us Some Support And Love!

Game is repetitive, visuals pretty cool. After playing for five minutes iphone over heated.

This game is amazing for VR, especially considering its free. Our one and only complaint is the gyroscope and accelerometer do not keep the screen centered with where we started playing the game. The center consistently drifts to the right on all of this developers games. By the time you finish 2-3 levels, you have to completely shift your body position or crane your neck at impossible angles in order to hit your targets. We love the fact that this game doesnt require a joystick, since many VR headsets dont have that with them, or they arent necessarily compatible with iOS. You aim by simply putting the center dot on the target, and after a slight time delay, the target is fired at. With InCell (related game by the same developer), tilting your head from side to side shifts your orientation on the neural pathway- like turning a steering wheel would. Lots of fun, even with the headache of the drifting center. If they fix that in future updates, we will definitely update this review. We dont know if it matters or not, but we are playing on an iPhone 6, with an Infinite VR Tech headset.

Pretty interesting, but could have a better plot and more interactive things…

We downloaded like 20 vr apps and deleted all the bad ones and was left with 6. This one is by far the best. It is challenging and also relaxing to play. Overall super creative and cool game 100 percent recommend it.

It’s hard to move your head too much it hurt But it’s GOOOOD.

Interesting idea, we’re just not sure which color corresponds to which emotion! Also, sometimes the game can get a little boring when there are no neurons to shoot. Needs some polishing, but once you’ve worked out the kinks; we have a feeling this might just top the lists!

Not long enough. We wasted our money on this one. Thought it might have been better than first one.

Besides of the visuals and the immersive feel , this game has such a good story that changes with your play through.

Seeing this on steam without a rift. Got a cardboard.

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