Mass Exodus Redux

Mass Exodus Redux

5/5 - Value

price to hours spent ($14.99/14 Hours)

3/5 - First Time in VR

The “dollhouse” feel of being in VR surrounded by lots of little guys is VERY cool, and actually rather ideal for new players (playing with small bits and bobs is instinctual from childhood). The way you actually grab and use stuff is a little frustrating though, and there is a lot going on in the menus on the controllers that can make them rather intimidating to new users. These issues are there for game balance though - the best part about this game is playing it in a living room with other people. Easily one of the best VR party games around.

Real player with 22.7 hrs in game

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When new VR games come out the phrase “must have” gets tossed around from time to time, but hear me out; if you have friends that come over to play VR, if you loved Panoptic but felt like it was lacking depth in it’s game mechanics, if you love the kind of games that always end with someone saying “AHH! One more! Let’s play one more!”, then this is a MUST HAVE for you!!

The game is a 1v1, Vive vs PC local multiplayer (with online multiplayer coming down the road) game. As the PC player you must turn off 4 generators. As the Vive player you must STOP the PC player from accomplishing this. Luckily for the PC player you easily blend in with the hundreds of other andriods that look just like you. The Vive player has some tricks up his sleeve to find the PC player in the form of three abilities; Freeze (freezes all andriods EXCEPT the player, so while everyone is frozen be searching for the one android who is still moving), radar (your controller will vibrate more intensely the closer your hand is to the PC player), and barrier (which puts a barrier around the generators preventing the PC player from turning them off for a few moments). The PC player also has three abilities; Blind (which blinds the Vive player for 10 seconds), invisibility (turn invisable for 6 seconds), and false alarm (trick the Vive player into thinking one of the generators has been shut down).

Real player with 14.9 hrs in game

Mass Exodus Redux on Steam

Slappy Board

Slappy Board


It’s your time to shine. Your moment to impress your co-workers. The time is right to give the best presentation of your life… or is it?

Put your reflexes and patience to the test as you go through your presentation slides before time runs out!

Levels are fast-paced, tense, rage-inducing and always full of SLAPS.

Compatible with all major PC VR platforms, including the Valve Index, Oculus Rift (S) / Quest 2 and HTC Vive.

Test the limits of your patience!

Slappy Board is designed to annoy you as much as possible, and leaves it up to you when you decide to go all out! This includes slapping your co-workers or throwing items out of the building to let off a little steam and bring the presentation back on track.

Play a different game every time.

Procedurally generated characters and obstacles with differently timed activations change up the gameplay every time you play.

Every level starts with a brand-new experience where you will try to keep your head cool.

Only one copy of the game needed.

Have a friend join in on the fun using the special spectator cameras. His job is to make your time hell by activating different disturbances that will make you lose your temper.

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Slappy Board on Steam



JAM GODS is an immersive extreme basketball experience. Become a basketball phenom that can drain deep threes and dunk from anywhere, all in VR or desktop! Single player campaign, local multiplayer, and full online support coming soon… it’s time to become a JAM GOD!

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JAM GODS on Steam

Lights, Camera, Reaction!

Lights, Camera, Reaction!

VR + WarioWare + Jackbox + Platformer + Optional Multiplayer + Insanity = LCR.

Like all VR games there is a learning curve, but once we got the hang of it the game it was pretty fun. I personally like the reaction mode because the objectives are so random. Some are serious and straight forward, while others are comical and completely off the wall. You really don’t know what to prepare for next. I also can’t believe I found a game that features a co-op hipster run, complete with mustaches, pony tails, and PBR. It’s definitely quirky, but if you like good challenge, and a good laugh, than you’ll probably like the game.

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Edit: Game currently does work for quest 2 after a patch. The game feels pretty early access, but theres still fun to be had. The games have a few bugs which cost you lives which is unfortunate, also some things are just straight weird like throwing grenades and just hoping they’ll blow up before you lose a life.

Don’t buy if your playing on a quest 2. You literally can’t get past the boot up screen. It loads, shows you a drape then you go to space and can’t do anything else. No reply in the disucssions about whats going on so I’d avoid this game as it already appears abandoned too.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Lights, Camera, Reaction! on Steam

Upgrade VR

Upgrade VR

I really liked Upgrade VR. Four awesome tests that improve my speed and memory skills. It’s great that there is a mobile application where I can track statistics.

Yes, I know that it’s early access, but in the next updates, I would like to see more tests for the training with my friends, synchronize my data activity with Apple Health, and also I want to see this application on Oculus Quest 2.


-Good tests training reaction speed and memory.

-Beautiful VFX of holograms.

-Interesting gameplay mechanics.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

If you like the idea of brain training and also extending that to reflexes and hand/eye coordination, this will probably look interesting to you. Unfortunately it’s not for me and here’s why:

First thing you’re greeted with is a screen telling you to download some random app on your phone so you can get a sync code. Uh, no thanks buddy. I’ve got enough spies on my phone trying to track my every move (and probably succeeding more often than not despite my best efforts). I don’t need another, and why does it have to be a phone app? Other programs let you use a throwaway email to register an account, but not here.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Upgrade VR on Steam

Broken Dungeon

Broken Dungeon

i Really like this game, its def worth it for the game play and fast updates to feed back gameplay video at 60fps 1080

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

The game is set on a sturdy foundation but will need some time to smooth out the balancing. It took me a few minutes to get use to the Casual Mobs and they increasing got harder as the dungeon went on at a nice rate, but when i finally got to the boss i got my *** pushed in as a i was horded by mobs and the boss all at once. Ill give the fact i spent almost an hour in the Dungeon and the ‘Dungeon Master’ gets more resources as the time goes on; like the game states, “find a balance of exploration and speed”. The mobs became predictable and fairly easy to defeat without much threat of death, and expect it be similar to later Mobs. The map is extremely useful however there was a moment when the only unexplored area of the map was far beyond where i was currently at and the dread that i had to cross so far was demoralizing, whether that is a good sign or not is hard to tell. i wasn’t sure if i was upset i had to fight through more mobs or the fact i was so far from my goal with nothing more than a brisk walk and minor dash (perhaps a limited run or alternate form of movement not tied to combat). Over-all i rate the game a job well done and expect it to only get better. I will continue to play and hope to improve myself and get even further next time.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Broken Dungeon on Steam

Tsuro - The Game of The Path - VR Edition

Tsuro - The Game of The Path - VR Edition

Loved it… After some 1 hour playing…. It´s great board game. Didn´t tried the original one. But this VR version is awesome. Very easy to play. Quite difficult to beat. Totally recomended to relax with your VR visor. Played on Oculus Quest 2. Standing up and seated down.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Tsuro - The Game of The Path - VR Edition on Steam