BeatSaber

Beat Saber

The game includes several songs with up to five levels of difficulty. The player uses VR motion controllers to wield a pair of lightsabers, the left one colored red and the right one colored blue by default. In each song, the game presents the player with a stream of approaching blocks, laid out in sync with the song's beats and notes, located in one of the 12 possible positions of a 4x3 grid. Each block is colored red or blue, corresponding to the color of the saber that should be used to slash it, and may be marked with an arrow indicating one of eight possible directions in which the block may be required to be slashed through. There are also blocks with dots instead of arrows, which players may hit in any direction. When a block is slashed by a saber, it is destroyed and a score is awarded, based on the length and angles of the swing and the accuracy of the cut. In addition, there are occasionally mines that the player should not hit, and obstacles in the form of oncoming walls that the player's head should avoid.

RATED:(E) for Everyone

Recommended Ages: 7-90+

Players: 1
AstroBot

Astro Bot Rescue

Astro Bot Rescue Mission is a 3D platform game in which you take control of Astro Bot, a small robot using the DualShock 4 controller. Astro being able to jump, hover, punch and charge his punch into a spinning attack. The game being in VR, one of the particularities is that the camera is controlled by your head’s movements rather than the right analog stick. As the VR player, you also exist in this world as a giant robot following Astro, with the ability to interact with the environment; for instance by destroying walls with head-butts, dodging enemies attack or blowing in the headset’s microphone to spread flower petals. The goal of the game is to rescue Astro's crew scattered around each world. There are 8 lost robots in each level and finding them requires skillful jump and looking carefully through the environment. The game utilizes 3D audio so the player can locate the voice of Bots. At the end of every world, a boss waits and requires a certain number of bots rescued to unlock, occasionally prompting the user to return to previously cleared levels in order to rescue more of the lost bots. Just like Bots, Space Chameleons are hidden per level, and the player can find them by relying on 3D audio.

RATED:(E) for Everyone

Recommended Ages: 7-90+

Players: 1
CarnivalVR

Carnival Games VR

The game consists of various mini-games with a carnival theme, such as Alley Bowling, Lucky Cups, Nerves of Steel, Hoops, and Day at the Races, and Buckets Of Fun. These are set up through five different themed areas of the carnival. The player can even win virtual prizes depending on their score. There are many easter eggs hidden as well. The player can also play the multiplayer mode with up to four players by selecting a booth. Games includes ka-pow and hole in 1.

RATED:(E) for Everyone

Recommended Ages: 7-90+

Players: 1
TetrisEffect

Tetris Effect

As in the original Tetris game, the player must place tetrominos into a playfield to clear complete lines. Tetris Effect adds themes and music across thirty different stages with gameplay tied to the beat of the music.[1] A "Zone" mechanic allows players to place several blocks at once, which allows them to potentially clear out more than sixteen lines simultaneously, performing a "decahexatris".[2] It is possible for 20 lines to be cleared at once thus accomplishing an Ultimatris.[3] The highest possible number of lines to be cleared at once is 22, dubbed an Impossibilitris.[4] The game also includes a meta-game leveling system that leads to new challenges for players as they progress.

RATED:(E) for Everyone

Recommended Ages: 7-90+

Players: 1