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too many steamVR environments are just WAY too small, but this is shaped like a forest crossroad with 4 dead-ends that each are the size of an above-average SteamVR room.
The large blank house walls and large open "nature" spaces are good for decoration.
The booblehead-NPCS are bit uncanny but easily ignored, or decorated in silly ways.
The oversaturated cartoon style is not too bad. ive seen much worse similar rooms.
it is a bit sad that "balls" tend to roll into the "forest" into playes, where you can hardly teleport nearby to delete/move a "lost item". larger spaces clutter faster.