Throw Anything

Throw Anything varies-with-device

A stationary wave-shooter and melee VR game

Throw Anything allows you to grab things in a room and throw them down at the zombies that are attacking your building. You may throw objects and use some of them as melee weapons to defend yourself.

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PROS

  • Frenzied zombie fun
  • Weapon variety helps keep things interesting

CONS

  • It is a tired wave-shooting/melee game at heart
  • The graphics are typical of 2018 VR games

Throw Anything allows you to grab things in a room and throw them down at the zombies that are attacking your building. You may throw objects and use some of them as melee weapons to defend yourself.

Smashing zombies with breakable items

Throw Anything places you in a room with a bunch of objects and asks you to use those objects to kill the waves of monsters that crawl up your walls trying to destroy you. Many of the objects you throw will break on the zombie’s skulls. Some objects may be used to hit your enemies, and there are guns later on in the game. You collect points, but that is not really the point, the point is to have fun smashing your way through a horde of attacking zombies. It is pointless and frenzied fun for people who feel like a little bit of violent fun. Sadly, the graphics are pretty bad, which is common for games released the same year as Throw Anything. Still, it is easy to make out what are zombies and what are not, and the objects are just about detailed enough so that you know what they are.

A nice way to kill some time and some zombies

Throw Anything is good because it plays on a person's urge to smash swarms of things. Zombies are popular because they are human-like enemies where there is no question as to morality when they are killed. Smashing swarms of poorly drawn zombies is fun, and it is especially good that the game doesn't start with guns so that users have something to work their way up to.

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