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Virtual reality (VR) is an amazing entertainment environment that has improved significantly over the past few years. Although the initial entry point was not entirely cheap or necessarily practical for many people, the launch of Oculus Quest opened the technology to a much wider user base. Its portability, built-in tracking and 6DoF controllers allow you to instantly immerse yourself in the gameplay, but for those new to VR, choosing the right experience can mean the ubiquitous choice between lifelong passion or instant nausea and hostility. That is why VRcue has chosen the next top game for beginners.
Important variables in our choice are the absence of nausea. So this largely means the lack of locomotion, or perhaps some easy teleportation combined with many interactive elements. Below are ten video games that not only meet these criteria, but are also one of VRcue’s favorites.
Pinball FX2 VR
Released just a few weeks ago, Zen Studios’ Pinball FX2 VR offers a beautiful mix of graphics, gameplay and effortless sophistication when it comes to controls. Good old simple gameplay is very addictive. And the leaderboard will cause sports interest to compete in setting a record with friends.
Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs
The classic mobile game from Rovio Entertainment received an update this year from Resolution Games, which created Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs. With over 50 levels, experience allows you to teleport around 3D buildings in fixed locations to launch these destructive birds into a virtual structure. Another simple but very interesting video game. Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs can be found at the Oculus store for £ 10.99.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explode
Steel Crate Games’ Keep Talking and Nobody Explode was one of the earliest examples of local social VR multiplayer, highlighting the fact that VR should not be a solitary experience. The VR player must disarm the bomb, unfortunately, he has no idea how to do this, since each bomb consists of different modules that must be individually decided. To do this, all non-VR players have a bomb guide in their hands and should guide the person in VR towards the right decision. Keep Talking and Nobody Explode can be found at the Oculus store for £ 10.99.
Racket: NX is a sporting experience with a touch of futurism. Players find themselves inside a giant dome with hexagonal panels that light up depending on the mode and complexity. Great for those who want to pour out energy without feeling nauseous by staying in place. Racket: NX can be found on the Oculus Store for £ 14.99.
Designed by Survios VR studio, Electronauts lets you discover your inner musician, even if you’re deaf. With two sticks in hand, as a composer, the game gives players a huge number of options for changing sound options to choose from. Record loops, sequences, apply sound filters to create different songs in different genres such as EDM, hip-hop and dubstep. Electronauts can be found at the Oculus store for £ 14.99.
Another game from Resolution Games, which brought the first major success of the studio. A fishing simulator with a storyline that allows you to meditate fish. The player is given a choice of lakes, each of which is inhabited by its own species of fish that can be caught. By the way, Bait! completely free.
Space pirate trainer
Originally released for virtual reality helmets running on PCs back in 2016, Space Pirate Trainer is the only first-person shooter (FPS) on this list to offer a range of gameplay modes and options. With a choice of weapons: from shotguns to laser beams. The game will force you to dodge energy bolts and flying robot enemies. The Space Pirate Trainer can be found at the Oculus store for £ 10.99.
The most expensive project on the VRcue list, Moss by Polyarc, is a third-person single-player adventure. Great evil once befell the beautiful lands and therefore all mice now live deep in the forest, hiding from danger. Of course, a situation arises when Qwill is chosen and goes in search to help save his family and everyone else. You play as a friendly creature that not only controls Quill and her actions, but also the environment. This adorable little puzzle solver can be found at the Oculus store for £ 22.99.
One of the most popular VR video games at the moment, Beat Saber is a rhythm game in which you cut cubes with lightsabers. Fast, crazy, it is great for burning several hundred calories and is one of those video games where you want to break your own record or complicate your gameplay. Beat Saber can be found at the Oculus store for £ 22.99.
Acron: Attack of the Squirrels
The newest video game on this list, Acron: Attack of the Squirrels, is a purely multi-player experience, great for friends and family to join you. The VR player takes on the role of a tree, trying to protect his acorns from hungry squirrels. Up to eight players can join him, trying to steal these acorns and return them to base. A truly fun and exciting local gameplay where you can switch between VR and mobile phone, Acron: Attack of the Squirrels can be found in the Oculus store for £ 14.99.
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