On this episode of Ruff Talk VR our hosts Dscruffles and Stratus breakdown and review Bocce Time! A VR bocce game made by Deep Dive Interactive. and available now on the Meta Quest App Lab store! With potential to be the next big social VR game on the Meta Quest store, Bocce Time has fun graphics, great physics, and surprisingly addictive gameplay. Listen for our full review, breakdown, and final score!
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In Bocce Time! you'll head down to a beautiful park with a half dozen different bocce courts. You can jump into a quick match to 1v1 a random opponent online, create and join private rooms with up to 4 players, or play against AI across 3 difficulties to unlock additional ball customization options. With full cross-play, everyone's invited to join the fun! It's Bocce Time!
Bocce ball is an ancient and simple game about getting your balls closest to the target. Players throw out a small ball called a pallino and then two teams take turns trying to get their balls closest to it, blocking, knocking, and blasting each others' balls in the process.
The pallino can land anywhere in bounds and every ball can impact the others, resulting in an ever shifting playing field where the target can change with every throw. It's easy to learn, but difficult to master, and when millimeters can make the difference between defeat and victory, individual skill really shines!
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