100 Best Oculus Go Games 2019

Oculus Go is a very interesting and easy to use VR unit for phones. It’s an amazing way for you to experience VR without having to spend a ton of money on it. There are lots of cool options to consider and use here, and the fact that you are always in control is quite nice to begin with. But what games can you play on it? Here are some of the best titles for you to check out! 

100 Best Oculus Go Games
You can check the list here and read more about each title and why we believe it deserves its ranking in the following pages.

List of Top 100 Oculus Go Games

  1. World of Mazes – Episode 1 (Chapters 1 & 2)
  2. Bait!
  3. Temple Run VR
  4. Suicide Squad: Special Ops VR
  5. Dragon Front
  6. Smash Hit
  8. Shooting Showdown 2 VR
  9. Cosmos Warfare
  10. Land’s End
  11. Maze VR: Ultimate Pathfinding
  12. Poker VR
  13. Play With Me
  14. Herobound: Spirit Champion
  15. Oculus Arcade
  16. FindingVR
  17. Anshar Wars 2
  18. Dreadhalls Demo
  19. 405 Road Rage
  20. Herobound: First Steps
  21. PolyRunner VR
  22. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes
  23. Jigsaw Puzzle VR
  24. Sky Fighter: Training Day
  25. Dead Secret
  26. Dreadhalls
  27. Herobound Gladiators
  28. Darknet
  29. Dead and Buried
  30. Deer Hunter VR
  31. The Harbinger Trial
  32. VR Karts: Sprint
  33. Esper 2
  34. DRIFT
  35. That Dragon, Cancer: I’m Sorry Guys, It’s Not Good
  36. Zombie Strike
  37. Bandit Six
  38. End Space
  39. Drop Dead
  40. Solitaire Jester
  41. Jake and Tess’ Finding Monsters Adventure
  42. Bandit Six: Salvo
  43. Wheel Rush
  44. Pyramids Roller Coaster
  45. Wands
  46. Tomb Raider VR: Lara’s Escape
  47. Omega Agent
  48. Don’t Look Away
  49. Escape Room VR
  50. BombSquad
  51. 0110 Run
  52. Goosebumps Night of Scares
  53. Mortal Blitz VR – Escape The Darkness (Episode 1)
  54. Esper
  55. Space Battle
  56. CubeRun.VR
  58. Mr Cat’s Adventure
  59. Virtual Virtual Reality
  60. Dark Days
  61. Conflict0: Shattered
  62. Ping Pong
  63. Perfect Moon VR Edition
  64. Angest
  65. Death Horizon
  66. Snake VR
  67. Viral
  68. One-Man VurgeR
  69. Overflight
  71. Damnfields
  72. Evil Robot Traffic Jam Demo
  73. Daedalus
  74. The Hospital: Allison’s Diary
  75. Neverout
  76. Merry Snowballs
  77. RUSH
  78. Gumi no Yume
  79. Audio Arena Demo
  80. Age of Diamonds
  81. Protocol Zero
  82. Annie Amber
  83. Sammy in VR
  84. Space Dodge
  85. Gun Club 3 VR
  86. JUMP
  87. Rococo VR
  88. Proton Pulse
  89. Shooter’s Alley
  90. Slice&Dice
  91. Cubey Tube
  92. Ultrawings
  93. Ski Jumping VR
  94. Hidden Temple – VR Adventure
  95. Sea Hero Quest
  96. Sera: A Story
  97. Turkey Hunt
  98. Evil Robot Traffic Jam
  99. ElectroBeats

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Oculus Go Game Reviews – Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR

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Ok, so I am not exactly what you would call a table tennis enthusiast. However, I was the king of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games table tennis on the Wii in my house so I thought I was the natural person to have a look at Racket Fury: Table Tennis for the Oculus Go. Sports are something that if you ask me VR has struggled to emulate well, but this game is trying its best.

It has a futuristic feel thanks to the matches taking place in outer space and also due to the fact that you are playing against robots. However, the development of this game apparently used real table tennis players. Not just to get their opinion, but also for the motion capture as well. So you have to give props for the game trying to be realistic at least in terms of its gameplay.

As I said I am not a table tennis expert, but I was able to get through the matches in this. I did feel that the game was tracking my controller very well and that I was in full control of what was happening. But at the same time, I found that by just smacking the ball I won more times than when I tried to play the game strategically and use my backhand and things like that.

While the tracking in-game works great, I sometimes felt that my serve was not being recognized like I thought it should. Now granted it could be my lack of table tennis skill showing, but there were times when I was certain that I nailed it only for my paddle not to connect at all. It was frustrating when this happened. Speaking of frustrating I have heard some people say that the difficulty spikes really bad when you play, but I never found that to be the case.

You pick a robot to play and then you try to beat all of them….. and that is all there is to the game. You get nothing for doing this either. I thought that I would maybe get a new bat, new robots to play, a new background or something to reward me for my epic (or lucky) skills, but there was nothing at all. I also feel that they could have done some more game modes. I know that they were going for a realistic approach as far as the actual gameplay goes. But I do think they could have used the futuristic and sci-fi style to have some fun mini-games and training games. Destroying a robot by bouncing bombs at him and stuff like that I think would have been a fun addition.

Racket Fury: Table Tennis is a game that has some serious potential. The framework is here for a good game and I had fun playing against the AI. I do wish though that a little more time was taken. Maybe having a proper tournament to play through where you can unlock stuff, a bunch of mini-games and a training mode would all have made this a game a must buy for me. I have high hopes that some more stuff will be added or if it is not that a sequel to this would be pretty cool.


The robots are pretty cool

You are playing in outer space

The controls for the most part work quite well

Price is not too bad

A good framework for a sequel


Needs more game modes

The serving sometimes is a bit off

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