Summary: Very good game ruined by a broken/buggy AR The puzzles in this game require you to perfectly align laser beams using reflector panels. Your AR cards will become a reflector panel when you put it on the table, you can move the card around to place your panel and turn it to aim the laser to the desired direction. The puzzles are very good and for additional challenge there are 3 coins in each level, increasing the difficulty if you also want to collect these coins.
Summary: PulzAR is Exient's take on the laser reflection game and utilizes the Vita's AR Cards to help redirect lasers to specified targets, using splitters, color filters, and reflectors. The ultimate goal is to light up the colored targets to destroy a huge asteroid making its way to earth. I must say, it truly does add to the suspense as there is a time limit to each level. As time passes the asteroid rains meteors and debris onto the playing field.
Summary: It's pretty fun if you can look past how unstable the game is. The playstation AR cards are huge and this game requires you to put objects really close together at times, which is a pain. Objects themselves are unstable, they glitch out or sometimes reset to their original position for no reason. Even when I try to hold the vita as still as I possibly can, it doesn't help much. I was considering checking out Tabletop Tanks after this but now I'm not sure.
Summary: This is a cheap game and considering how much you "bang for your buck" you get you cant beat it. At times it has its quirks, for example when you place another AR card down if you accidentally touch or cover one of the other placed cards the whole screen flips out and becomes a little misplaced which could be frustrating. Excellent concept. VERY easy to pick up and play. I would highly recommend this even if you typically dont like strategy or puzzle games.