InCell VR (Cardboard)

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Chat
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Videos can be shared
Location Tracking
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Stranger Danger
Interacting with strangers
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Incell VR is a gaming app where players must navigate the course in a carefully reconstructed human cell. This game is made to be played with virtual reality (VR) goggles, be that cardboard or another set. It can be found in both the App Store and Google Play Store and is rated for users of all ages but features advertisements.

About InCell VR (Cardboard)
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What is InCell VR (Cardboard)?

Incell VR is an action and racing gaming app where players must navigate the course in a carefully reconstructed human cell. This game is made to be played with virtual reality (VR) goggles, be that cardboard or another set. That being said, it does offer the option to play without VR.

 

The InCell VR app can be found in both the App Store and Google Play Store. This app is rated for users of all ages and features advertisements.

 

After download, users have the option to play the game in it’s default mode, VR or switch to a regular version of the game by tapping and holding the screen to launch the main menu. From there, users are given a tutorial of the game. As the game begins, it announces to players that a virus has been detecting, players are then dropped right into the cell.

 

The cell in question is suffering from the influenza virus and it’s the job of players to deliver the vaccine to the nucleus. The game includes all correct terms for cells and during the race users are encourage to collect protein and utilize the speed pads.

 

Along the way users must evade virus on the course as well stay ahead of the ones behind players. The more players run into viruses the slower they go and the closer the viruses behind them get.

 

Common user complaints focus on the fact that this game has a couple glitches that cause it either to not load properly or leaves player’s unable to see obstacles in the course.

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Is InCell VR (Cardboard) safe for my kids?

The Incell VR gaming app is safe for kids. This app is a fun idea for kids and adults alike and will trigger some nostalgia for adults who used to watch the Magic School Bus series.

Regarding content, this game can be a fun learning experience and introduction to biology for kids of all ages.

One thing parents should be aware of, is that VR headsets are not recommended for children under the age of 13. Too much exposure to VR can lead to eye fatigue and strain and sometimes even eye damage. It is recommended that users of any ages take a ten minute break for every 1 hour of VR played.

Parents should also be aware of how much kids spend playing this game, as VR games tend to be isolating and addicting. When players are submersed in the VR world it is very easy to lose track time and kids can easily develop a tech addiction. Parents should work with their kids to create a healthy balance.

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