Rinlo, Brand New Early Access title for VR , Oculus Quest, Oculus Link, Fun Platforming Puzzle Game!

Hey Everyone, this is a preview of the Virtual Reality Game, Oculus Quest Compatible game ‘Rinlo’, you can get it for $14.99! on the Steam Store, as of June 23rd, 2020!

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Rinlo is a Puzzle-solving Platformer, with a camera view akin to Moss ( Not a bad thing ). I hope this video helps you with your purchase decision. Thanks!

Rinlo immerses its players into an action-packed adventure designed for VR. Join Agatha, in her quest to discover why her parents sent her away and what happened to the place she remembers so clearly. Explore a Steampunk dystopia through world exploration, puzzle-solving, and combat.


I went into Rinlo, the best way in my opinion, completely blind! All I know about this game, is that it has to do with puzzles, and my favorite part… IT’S ON VR!! Very Excited!

Rinlo was a surprise for me, it’s a platformer slash puzzle game, the camera view is from the top, it reminds me of Moss, but just the aesthetics, because I haven’t played moss yet.

The First Level

Like I said, I knew nothing about this game going in, so the controls took a little while to get used to. Was it a first-person view? What am I in for?
At last, everything clicked and I started having fun, jumping, pulling switches, it reminded me a lot of Tomb Raider, in the way you climb on ledges, and just the general some-what loose feel of it.

You can also craft in Rinlo, I just picked up material to create a bomb to distract the guard and slip through to the next area!

Crafting Screen

Although it is not the most graphically rich game, Rinlo does have a smooth, sharp, nicely organized, aesthetic going for it.

I was pleasantly surprised at this puzzle Rinlo threw at me, it took me a few seconds to figure it out but I can only imagine how complex they can get. It was pretty fun though. Completing this puzzle opened up the door to the next area.

Overall, I was quite pleasantly surprised. The controls take a little while to get used to but once you do it all ‘clicks’. I’ll be playing more of this, and I can’t wait to see how difficult it gets. Hopefully, this video informs you, Thank You all for watching, if you like what I’m doing, please like and subscribe, episode one is coming soon with 3 free games per video, games like Grid, and other popular titles. Thanks again, and take care!

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