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Good games for quest 2

Administrator19781
Expert Protege

Hello everyone here is my top list of games I like on Quest 2

· Beat Saber: This is a classic Quest game that is still popular today. It has an addictive music rhythm and continually adds new music packs. It also has fitness benefits as it is a serious workout.

· Walkabout Mini Golf: This is a great mini golf simulator that is even better with friends. It keeps adding amazing new courses for additional purchase.

· Asgard’s Wrath II: This is a massive role-playing adventure that is well worth getting. It has a mix of puzzles and combat and a lot of secrets to discover.

· Supernatural: This is a subscription-based fitness app that is like Beat Saber with holographic real coaches and heart-rate tracker pairing. It has great music and challenges to help you stay in shape.

· The Light Brigade: This is a dreamy, tactical and randomly generated VR experience that is everything you like in a VR game.

· What The Bat?: This is a spiritual sequel to What The Golf? and is a whimsical and random fun game. It is about living life with baseball bats for hands and has lots of rapid-fire, clever-weird puzzle challenges.

· Iron Man: This game allows you to hover around in a jetpack, use your hands to aim and blast through a series of missions that are surprisingly kinetic and fun.

· Moss: This is a classic VR game that has a sequel now. The gameplay involves moving a sword-bearing mouse hero named Quill on a quest to save her world.

· Devolver: This is an adorable VR game that turns you into a sea monster living near a seaside town. Your hands are tentacles and the sensation of bodily transformation works wonderfully.

· Virtuoso: This is a music platform in VR that has a bunch of wild VR instruments, recording tools and the ability to multitask. It is soothing and fun to play on the fly.

· Vermillion: This game focuses on the canvas and feels uncanny to paint with a palette and an easel. It also has a mixed-reality mode to make the painting feel like it's sitting in your home.

· Resident Evil 4: This game feels like a whole new game in VR. The ability to use your hands, holster weapons and actually walk into creepy settings is transformative.

· I Expect You To Die: This game is a great escape room experience that can be played seated. The puzzle designs can be as challenging as any escape room.

· Demeo: This is a miraculous four-player online RPG that captures the feel of collaborative play but in VR. The 3D map, the characters and your hovering hands holding cards that can be played in-game combine to feel like a session of D&D that's animated into reality.

· ForeVR Bowl: This is the best simulation of Wii Sports or real bowling alleys with online play and solo challenges, and a mix of realistic and weird environments.

· The Climb 2: This game is a sequel to a classic VR game and uses your hands to reach up and grab ledges, ropes and ziplines. It sounds easy, and yet discovering ledges, holding the right grip and keeping focus can be a real challenge.

· Cook-Out: This is a charming and immersive cooking game where you race to put sandwiches together using a grill and tools right in front of you.

· Myst: This game is a puzzle game that doubles as a meditative escape. The environments are beautiful to move through.

· Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge: This game is not exactly a tour of Black Spire Outpost, but the incredible character acting, world design and intense blaster battles are an impressive feat.

· Population One: This game is a multiplayer battle royale experience that is very Fortnite-like. Dropping down from above, navigating the shrinking map, climbing and hunting for supplies and excellent controls make this a must-play team shooter.

· Saints & Sinners: This game is expensive, and the file size can get up to 8GB on the Quest 2, but this is console-quality VR shrunken down into a portable headset. It's freaky, but it's also deep.

· Rec Room: This game is a social hub that's also a doorway to tons of social games, with a seemingly limitless set of possibilities.

· Superhot: This game was one of the first games that hit the Quest, and it's still amazing.

· Ping-Pong: This game is so good; the table physics, the size of the play area and the way VR matches what you need perfectly.

· The Room: This game is a fantastic and spooky mental challenge. There are lots of other escape-room games on Quest, including the excellent I Expect You To Die 2.

· Tetris Effect: This game is intense

Kennyatta Farris
2 REPLIES 2

TheAntiSocializer
Meta Quest Support
Meta Quest Support

I'll also add onto this list with a few of my own favorites:

  • Breachers: Such a delight since it seems to match up Rainbow 6 with CS:GO
  • Demeo: Literally DnD in VR, fighting through different dungeons with different enemies
  • Contractors: Call of Duty in VR, the in-game modding is fantastic. I love the zombies mode a lot
  • Vacation/Job Simulator: Really fun with a whole bunch of random things to do. 
Sometimes it's okay to be a little Bing Chilling

TheeScientist
Meta Quest Support
Meta Quest Support

I have a small list of favorites I'd like to share:

  • Beat saber: Super fun game to play, especially with the Weeknd music pack that comes with it.
  • République VR: It's an exciting stealth-action game that keeps you on the edge of your seat with suspense, making you wonder what will happen next. Super fun game! 
  • Moss: There's this super brave mouse named Quill who goes on all sorts of adventures in the land. Some of them can be pretty tough since you need to think strategically, but I always end up having a blast!
  • Vacation/Job Simulator: Really fun game filled with a variety of random tasks to enjoy!
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