Acron: Attack of the Squirrels!

Acron: Attack of the Squirrels!

Fun party game. Got it as a birthday present to use with Index headset, and it’s a blast with family and friends. During this crazy time in the world, sorta cooped up indoors a lot, it’s been fun, and family have played remotely at their homes as squirrels while me and my family take turns as the tree in VR. It’s tough to be the tree though, and often with 4 or 5 real player-controlled squirrels, it is almost too tough at times to keep those squirrels at bay…but still a lot of fun. Last session we played, there were 5 player squirrels against the tree. The tree, for our abilities, came out sometimes almost equally in wins, but ended up 5 matches to 10 wins of the squirrels. Gotta keep them crazy squirrels from yer golden nuts! Good luck though. A couple of other abilities as option for the tree would be nice though to help out in tough blitzing situations led by the squirrels.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

This is an amazing game to be played with friends. We had a recent get together with ~14 people and this was a huge hit. Most of the people were not gamers by any means but they were able to get into the game easily and had a blast doing so. Being the tree is pretty hard for non gamers as there was only a select few individuals who could beat the 8 squirrels regularly. So a lot of the time we had to kind of mess around as the squirrels otherwise the tree person would lose within 30 seconds. Either way we had a blast and played this for close to 6 hours straight. We probably would have kept going if we had more time.

Real player with 7.8 hrs in game

Acron: Attack of the Squirrels! on Steam

Alan and the kid

Alan and the kid

Play with friends or family head to head.

As the VR player you control the Kid looking down on your play table.

Your goal is to find Alan and destroy him using the tools at your disposal including Mud traps, Detection Barriers and anti-gravity fields.

The Kid can also promote a pawn on the table to find and shoot Alan. Or you can possess a pawn and go looking yourself !

Careful though, Attempting to possess Alan has unintended consequences.

The PC player controls Alan. Alan looks like everyone else on the table, blend in, bide your time and take the Kid out when the time is right.

Alan can find Guns and rockets on the table to take out the Kid. Also on the map are some defensive items such as smoke bombs and a Jet Pack

Play across five different maps with unique systems.

Underground Subway system and some sketchy potholes.

Moveable bridges controlled by the Kid.

Bus tram system.

Office environment with great verticality.

Manipulate the table to your needs.

The game has mutators to play with and an alternative game mode.

Adjust Population density, game speed and add randomization to item spawn.

McGuffin mode adds an alternative win mode for Alan.

The objects is to find the McGuffin and deliver it to the pedistal. This puts extra pressure for

the Kid to find and kill Alan fast.

Sound Design,

The PC player And VR player share the same sound.

However Alan has the opportunity to Silence his actions Preventing the Kid from hearing his actions.

Read More: Best Action Local Multiplayer Games.

Alan and the kid on Steam

Hide & Spook: The Haunted Alchemist

Hide & Spook: The Haunted Alchemist

First of all, this game is for all ages and is not scary. Hide & Spook: The Haunted Alchemist is a nice interactive title that relies on up to three people to play. The game has extremely easy controls for even first time users (stare at the ghost if you’re wearing the headset or pull the trigger when your controller rapidly vibrates if you’re the ghosts). When more than two people come to play on my Vive, Hide & Spook usually gets the party started.

Be careful of the grid! Sometimes a candle might stray to the other side of your imaginary wall depending on your room settings.

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game


+Great Party Co-op Game


+Creative use of Space

-Not much to do

-Need decent sized area


This is an extremely unique, replayable, very fun party game for people who have a decent amount of space with their setup. I play it in the living room with friends and family and it’s always a blast. I would pay for this game if I could, but there’s no option to donate to these lovely people. Someone even took the idea of this game, advertised it more and made people pay for it.

EDIT: It’s a year later, and this is still a hit favorite for groups of people to play. I CANNOT stress enough how great of a party night game this is. Especially when it’s free!

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Hide & Spook: The Haunted Alchemist on Steam

Nemesis Perspective

Nemesis Perspective

I don’t usually write reviews.. but this game is freaking awesome fun!

Had a couple of friends over and played for almost 2 hours straight - would have continued if it wasn’t 2am!!

The balance is fine..

Yes the boss initially starts out with an easier time.. but once you get the hang of the keyboard (or gamepad) this get ALOT harder.. with the boss player often looking like a crazy person swatting at a horde of flies…

It even got to the stage where the boss player was lying on the floor to try hide underwater and “lure” the hero to his watery lair.. pretty sure we almost had some cracked knees too.. from dropping down so fast to try escape the hero!!

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Only really enjoyable as an experience in local multiplayer, (unsure if you can play online against other, but as far as I know you can’t)

this game is phenomenal and is worth far more than its free price tag. Admittedly graphically it’s not paritcularly impressive but when playing in vr, you get a truly competitive experience with the other player on controller.

I’ve had a lot of fun with this game with many different friends on their first experience with vr.

One of the most fun things you can do in this game is to really torture the vr player but getting right up in their face, this is excellent to watch as the controller player watches the vr player swing there arms around like mad trying to swat the imaginary hero from their face.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Nemesis Perspective on Steam

Nemesis Realms

Nemesis Realms

Great VR party game. The dragon boss is my favorite by far, but there’s some fun to be had with the other two. Although the lich is a bit confusing and the other one feels like trying to swat flies with rockets strapped to them.

Real player with 7.8 hrs in game

Highly underated family game love playong this with my daughter. Good benefit if you don’t want your kids to go in VR because they’re not old enough this is a way to interact with them. Hey good job devs

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

Nemesis Realms on Steam

VR Giants

VR Giants

VR Giants is a local multi player coop VR game, in which one player’s body is used to extend the level so that the other player can explore it. Goliath is a giant who is controlled by the movement of the VR player. David, the dwarf, is controlled with a gamepad like in any usual jump & run game. Goliath can help David to cross abysses or reach higher platforms by offering his body as a bridge. David is highly vulnerable to fire, spikes and other dangers so Goliath must protect David. Only by working together and collecting coins and keys they can make their way to freedom.

VR Giants sparks joy and teaches kindness and team communication in a fun and intuitive way by making use of the unique technological feature of two completely different input devices.


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VR Giants on Steam



Use your Dischord to reflect your opponent’s attacks back at them in this epic battle of the bards! Pluck three notes to cast a chord, match 2 out of 3 notes of an incoming chord to counter it. Play VR or on a keyboard against an AI opponent of increasing difficulty. Or play with a friend in Asymmetric mode with one player in VR and one at a keyboard. Prefer a more casual experience? Hang out in the Free Jam area and play a variety of magical musical instruments to your heart’s content.

Dischord on Steam

Reiko’s Fragments

Reiko’s Fragments

This is a great game, it has great opportunities for different modes and becoming more than it already is. This game is definitely worth trying out, and is a lot of fun to play with a group of people. The graphics are good, and I actually felt like I was walking around in a haunted house. The one big problem I have with this game is the little amount phone players can do to affect the game play experience. All they can do is blow some stuff around, slam a door, and make some noise every once in a while. It is things that might surprise the player, given the right time and place, but that’s it.

Real player with 68.0 hrs in game

Party games are boring? Not interactive enough?


The game is basicly one player taking the place of playing in either VR or using a keyboard and mouse.

Goal of the game is to find the real Reiko and get the gate she is holding to a specific location.

Though there is an enemy in the game that cannot see you, but she can hear you.

The “crowd” controls the play space that the player is in. They control certain things in the game to make it a lot harder for the player to win. And when there can be up to 8 “crowd” players agains 1 player this is a perfectly unique 1v8 Horror game.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Reiko's Fragments on Steam

Chicks and Tricks VR

Chicks and Tricks VR

I’ve really enjoyed this game when we had a party. It causes quite some chaos and laughs in such an atmosphere!

It’s a simple game and requires multiplayer. I’ve yet to encounter any issues whatsoever.

There’s no option menu, but that honestly doesn’t really matter for a game like this, with this price.

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

Maniacal, boisterous laughs the whole time from our 5 year old. Great fun for the family, groups, parties.

Gameplay feels pretty one sided though. Being the farmer is quite difficult. Even I (a gamer of 25+ years) was beaten by my 10 year old when I was the farmer. Also our 4 year old (fox) who has barely played any controller games beat our 10 year old (VR farmer). It’s possible we had extra difficulty / glitches due to streaming from our PC to the Oculus Quest, but… it seemed like the chickens were just difficult to catch in general. It kind of added to the fun but perhaps the devs can make some adjustments to even the odds a little. Either way it’s still worth the very reasonable price for a few laughs here and there. Maybe some additional game modes would have give it longer life and playtime too.

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

Chicks and Tricks VR on Steam

Fast and Low

Fast and Low

  • The developer has released another update for the game since my initial review, and is still improving various aspects of gameplay. Thanks dev for working on this game, and I wish you the best of luck.

The short and sweet is that Fast and Low is a buggy half-polished game with a good idea and fun game mechanics. If all the problems become resolved, I recommend this 100%.

One of the big problems with Fast and Low is clipping and colliders. A hostile can shoot through a wall so long as a gun arm goes through said wall, and don’t get me started on what players can do. Although hostiles only do this on occasion, what happens far more often is hostiles getting stuck attempting to run at me, specifically those with bomb vests and knives. I was sad to see this, but there are other problems that can suck the fun out of this game. For instance, some hostiles occasionally see through multiple walls, and begin impractically shooting in my direction. When there finally is a dire circumstance, more than one item can be grabbed on accident, causing confusion and unnecessary death on both sides. My last issue in the collider department is that doors such as restroom stall doors and large glass doors can not be opened normally, but instead must be moved with a fist or weapon. restroom stall doors open too slowly, and large glass doors open too quickly. I can phase my hand through these doors and bring my fist back to close it, but I can’t use the handles.

Real player with 27.9 hrs in game

Taking deep seated inspiration from the likes of the Rainbow Six and SWAT, “Fast and Low” is a tactical VR shooter worthy of the name. You play as Maximus Faust (Or his Desktop counterpart, Samuel Lo) across 9 missions spread across a host of different environments, breaching, clearing and, ultimately, shooting your way to victory, but unlike most shooters, Fast and Low rewards you most when you are shooting less, instead opting to subdue hostiles non-lethally, and it doesn’t hesitate to equip you with a host of tools to get that particular job done. Flashbangs, breaching charges, pepper spray and plenty of firearms put you at a distinct advantage over your criminal adversaries, but your limited inventory will quickly run dry if you aren’t distinctly careful with you resources. The decision to expend your 3 utilities to clear a handful of a half dozen or so rooms that make up a level is a choice you’ll be making frequently, and only through trial and error will you be able to make the most of your equipment. Even still, you’ll often find that enemies and hostages may end up in different places as a subtle level of randomness to spawn postions always keeps you on your toes.

Real player with 21.4 hrs in game

Fast and Low on Steam