Escape From The Void

Escape From The Void

Discover a new kind of VR game with full asymmetric cooperation.

One of the player is lost in the void and has to rely on the other to make his way out.

Communication will be your only way to escape from the void…

  • Two player asymmetric cooperation with one computer and one VR headset

  • 40+ puzzles to challenge your skills

  • Local record system

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Escape From The Void on Steam

Automata Break

Automata Break

An excellent VR game. It’s pretty immersive, very strategical and skill rewarding, smooth locomotion doesn’t get you dizzy and playing it with a friend in Multiplayer (PC/VR) makes for a lot of time of fun without you both having to own a VR headset.

Real player with 32.2 hrs in game

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This is a truly awesome game! If you like Tower Defense games at all, you have to get this one. Not only can you play with the help of someone else on your computer, you can play alone in VR.

I really like how the VR player can actually go from tabletop Tower Defense, and get immersed in the action by transforming into the map, and help your towers fight the invaders.

My only complaint thus far is even in normal difficulty, it is still very difficult to progress to the different stages. I hope the developer gives the old guys like me an Easy version soon. Awesome graphics as well at a great price of less than $20.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

Automata Break on Steam

Operation Armstrong

Operation Armstrong

Great party game.

Just played for 5 hours straight with 3 people, taking turns and replaying the odd level. We got just under 2/3 of the way through the campaign I think. With more people, there’s a good amount of replayability, as people can take turns to be in the headset, but probably not heaps of replay value beyond that at the moment, because of the linear nature of the puzzles (not a criticism, as that is to be expected with this style of game).

Amusingly, we played all of that (except for the odd level which we skipped) using just the mobile screens and not the screen on the PC which contains a lot more information than the mobile screens, as we only discovered when we were packing up that there’s actually also a display on the PC which has the extra info. Despite that, it was heaps of fun and a real challenge. Occasionally the challenge “jump” felt a bit extreme, but in hindsight, this is probably because we weren’t using the computer screen!!

Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

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the best local coop vr game after keep talking and nobody explodes

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Operation Armstrong on Steam

Carly and the Reaperman - Escape from the Underworld

Carly and the Reaperman - Escape from the Underworld

Review changed to positive after returning to finish the game.

Our initial few hours in the game were plagued by controller issues: the PC player’s controller would periodically stop working.

What we managed to play we loved though, and after returning a few months later controller problems seemed resolved, and we got through several worlds worth of excellent levels.

Another break happened when my headset needed warranty repair (not this games fault!), and when we came back again our progress was stuck. New worlds wouldn’t open up, and the hub NPC’s dialogue was back at the start of the game. Our progress was all saved; every level we entered correctly showed all the collectable fireflies were still caught, but we had to play through every (now empty) level again in order to advance the story.

Real player with 21.4 hrs in game

My wife asked to write the review for this one:

“Carly and the Reaperman is even more fun than the trailer suggests! I had the happiest of times playing with my husband. His platforming skills made him the best choice for Carly and I played as the Reaperman. With its beautiful art style, increasingly elaborate level design and a seemingly simple, yet very poignant narrative, Carly delivers one of the most creative VR experiences that I have ever played.

That being said, it does have some flaws. Several glitches in the game resulted in lost progress, forcing us to repeat some of the most difficult levels. In one instance, we found a way to cheat through some pixel perfect platforming just to avoid having to repeat the entire puzzle for a 2nd time.

Real player with 13.2 hrs in game

Carly and the Reaperman - Escape from the Underworld on Steam

Late For Work

Late For Work

This game is fun for the whole family. If you have multiple kids who love VR but can’t play many of the games due to content/multiplayer then this may be your game. Now given it’s in it’s early stages it doesn’t feel complete but I have not run into any major bugs. In my opinion at it’s core, is a solid, fun, game idea that I hope gets future updates.

The graphics are in a basic polygon style and it runs smooth on a GTX 980 with no problems for any players. The game play for the PC players take me back to N64 days in terms of graphics and controlling the tanks/planes (I mean this in a fun way).

Real player with 19.1 hrs in game

Late for work is great fun with friends! I played maybe 20 minutes single player and it wasn’t anything amazing in my opinion but when I got together with friends we played for hours without stopping and that is where the game really shines. My favorite mode by far is last man standing where players pick up powerups to enable them to turn into random items in the environment to hide from the gorilla.

I would highly recommend this game for anyone looking for a fun local co op vr game.. I plan on playing this a ton in the future. If I were to rate this game in its current state I would give it a 8/10 which is pretty amazing since it is still in development, I imagine that score will only go up. My only wish is that they added better AI for single player and more game modes and maps but im sure that more will come with time.

Real player with 18.6 hrs in game

Late For Work on Steam

VR The Diner Duo

VR The Diner Duo

OK This game is amazing! Like that should be your main takeaway from everything else I say:

My partner, and two buddies recorded some straight up game-play so see how it feels:

On it’s own its enjoyable but where this excels is in the co-operative element of asymmetric game-play. It hard in places, ludicrously so at times, but all the way through its that fun giggling bit of nostalgic gaming where you end up encouraging and shouting at the person next to you as you work together.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game




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Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

VR The Diner Duo 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

Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky

If you have someone around to play this with… friend, spouse, kid, whatever… get this game!


  • People who are not very experienced with computer games in general should probably play in VR. The PC controls can be tricky if you are not used to them and it might get frustrating. If both players are gamers, you are sure to have a blast regardless!

  • There is no controller support. The PC player has to play with keyboard and mouse or you somehow get a controller to emulate the keyboard (as is possible with the Steam Controller, not sure about others).

Real player with 9.0 hrs in game

Underrated game!!!

This game is fun! Good coop puzzles. I like the unique “industrial” look. I like the tiny robot!

I played with a Quest 2 + Virtual Desktop + Parsec (for coop) + Discord. Everything worked perfectly.

So the VR player is a flying sphere, which can interact with objects, but only within a limited space. The other player on the PC is a tiny robot that can go in most places the VR player cannot. They have to work together so that the tiny robot can get to the exit.

I like the way the game is explained to you. In fact, you sort of understand everything without a lot of explanation. It is rather intuitive. You can talk to your friend to figure things out together.

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

Eye in the Sky on Steam

Black Hat Cooperative

Black Hat Cooperative

Oh man this is a fun and great game. I first thought I’d get motion sickness from using a controller and moving without moving but I didn’t. I really really hope they come out with more levels and even a level editor to create your own. Would pay for map packs for this game and even new traps and such. It’s a great team building and couch coop game. Highly recommend it. I saw in the menus that is supports both controller and vive controllers, I played with a wireless xbox one controller for PC and it was great. The other person on the couch just needs a keyboard. Hacking the guards and doing a freeze or blind on them is definitely great as well. It’s fun for both players. Please make more levels!

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

Wonderful utilisation of a single PC for local co-op in VR.

Both roles - spy and hacker - were fun and engaging to play as. My partner and I would swap between levels so we could both have a really good go at doing both.

I’m a big fan of the locomotion style of movement though I did find myself only using the one controller (forwards/strafe) and just looking around to change direction. It’d be cool if the Spy had more things to interact with in the game world.

I’d love it if something like this got a level editor so we could design and share our own maps to challenge ourselves and others!

Real player with 3.3 hrs in game

Black Hat Cooperative on Steam

Pizza Master VR

Pizza Master VR

Multiplayer review only (I haven’t played single player because my wife and I play this together) Let me start off the review by saying that I enjoy the game, and will continue to play it. It’s a fun communication and VR asymmetric/local co-op pizza making and serving experience. The difficulty and progression system is hard and unbalanced. My wife and I also play the diner duo (another great game), but this game almost feels like the dark souls pizza version. I’ll list the grievances in bullets below:

Real player with 19.1 hrs in game

This game is a mountain of fun with a friend. The interaction between the two roles is a blast, and in the later levels the difficulty ramps up and things get hectic! I have not played SP, but for Co-op this game is a must have. The game gets difficult enough that it really feels like a challenge and requires strategy from both players.

There are some issues. The knife collision with the meats is off at times, sometimes not cutting or sending the meat flying and spawning a new block. The knife also likes to start a new level in random places, which is a bit annoying. Grabbing pizza can sometimes grab ingredients instead, and sometimes ingredients will randomly fall of the pizza causing incorrect orders.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

Pizza Master VR on Steam