Tags: Shoot em' up, Arcade, Party, Casual
The world is witnessing the worst volcano eruption in history – and you are right in the middle of it. Floods of magma boulders are lighting up the sky and bouncing in every direction as they hit the ground.
Luckily for you, you are a magma-blasting cannon.
Volcanic Fields 2 is a 2D arcade adventure where your mission is to dodge or blast a never-ending rain of magma while making sure the town folks are safe. Eye tracking support is built into the game, and you play the game with your eyes and the push of a button.
Armed with an eye tracking device and the Natural Targeting feature, you can blast that viscous magma with a simple gaze and a press of a button – a good thing when the magma swarms are starting to get overwhelming.
Aim at Gaze. The Aim at Gaze eye tracking feature lets you affect things you look at, without you turning your game camera and crosshair toward it. This makes it possible, for example, to run in one direction and shoot in another.
In Volcanic Fields 2, the feature is at the center of the gaming, as looking at objects and pushing a button to destroy them is what the game is all about – quicker and quicker, and without destroying the wrong objects, of course ...
Eye tracking features are built into Volcanic Fields 2 so you just need to start it to get going, when you have:
Do your friends know what it’s like to annihilate an enemy with the power of their eyes? No? Sucks to be them, then.
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