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 – Herobound: Spirit Champion

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I have heard a lot of people compare Herobound: Spirit Champion to The Legend of Zelda and I do think that is a good comparison. However, for me when I played through this game, I actually felt that it had more in common with a game like Moss than it did Zelda. Not that I am saying that is a bad thing of course. If you love action and adventure games, Herobound: Spirit Champion is certainly one you need for your Oculus Go.

Let me start by letting you know the story of the game. You are the Spirit of Life (well you are the avatar) and you need to dive in and explore the four realms to free the remaining Spirits who need your help. What makes this kind of like a Zelda game is that when you rescue one of the Spirits, they will give you some of their power. It is the Spirit powers that you will need to defeat the big bad of the game which is the Spirit of Fire! Your ultimate goal is to be the Spirit Champion.

I like the way that the story is told and while not super deep, I do feel that there is enough here to push you along and give you a reason to be doing what you are doing. I like how the game has a kind of storybook feel to the storytelling. The presentation is ok, I feel that a bit more detailing in each of the realms would have been nice. The realms do have their own style, but the different areas just feel kind of empty.

The gameplay for me made me think of Moss pretty much as soon as I played it. You view the action from a great vantage point and you will need to do some platforming, fighting and even the little bit of puzzle solving as you go from area to area. You will fight lots of enemies on your way to the “boss” of each level who will then result in you getting some Spirit Power.

I felt that Herobound: Spirit Champion played very well on the Oculus Go. There are not enough games like this for the Oculus Go if you ask me so it does make this stand out from the crowd. I think that from a gameplay point of view they really nailed it. So much so that it makes me think if they made a sequel to this and improved on what they already have done it would make it a truly must own game for the Oculus Go.

Now I cannot talk about Herobound: Spirit Champion without addressing the issue of it crashing on launch. I have heard that some people have this really bad and I must admit that it happened to me twice while playing it. I think this is one of those “bugs” that you can get lucky with like I did or it can pretty much ruin the game for you.

In all, I had a fantastic time with Herobound: Spirit Champion. Think of it as Moss with a bit of Legend of Zelda sprinkled on top. I think that at under 10 bucks the asking price is perfect as there is far more “game” here than what I have experienced with other VR games that are priced in a similar fashion. If you are looking for a game that actually feels like a game, you have to check out Herobound: Spirit Champion.


Plays kind of like Moss

You get new abilities as you go which is cool

The story of the game is quite good

The controls work great with the Oculus Go


Levels need more life to them

It can crash on launching

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Oculus Go Game Reviews – Evil Robot Traffic Jam

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Evil Robot Traffic Jam has such a standout and crazy title that it was a game I knew I had to play. This was even before I knew what the heck kind of game it was! Well, I would say that Evil Robot Traffic Jam is a tower defense style game, but it has more of an emphasis on fun than most other games I have come across in this genre do.

The idea of the game is actually a lot of fun. Basically, you know all those annoying traffic jams you get stuck in at the worst possible time? Well, it turns out that these are not just a coincidence, but the work of evil robots who want nothing more than to drive you crazy, waste your time, make sure you are late for work or even worse… miss that 10:30 AM cut off point for a McDonald’s breakfast.

Evil Robot Traffic Jam plays out like any other tower defense style game you have played before. At the start of each level, you can purchase your weaponry and then decide where you are going to position it on the level. As you progress through the game (and destroy a ton of evil robots) you will be making a lot of money. This money can be used to purchase new towers, upgrades, and abilities that are going to come in real handy as the game does start to get rather tough.

Tower Defense games always make you think and Evil Robot Traffic Jam is no different. You are always second guessing what you are spending your money on! In the early game, you might decide that upgrading your existing towers is the way to go. Or you may just decide to go for it and blow all your money on just one new and expensive tower. It is a very delicate balancing act and there is a bit of trial and error here. You do have limited lives and getting as high a ranking as possible is something you actually want to do.

One of the most fun aspects of Evil Robot Traffic Jam for me was the boss battles. I love the design of the bosses and taking them down is a very rewarding experience. You can build up powerful attacks as you play (like a super meter) and I would very much recommend that you try and save these for the boss battles if you can.

The overall look of the game is really great. I love how it has a very cartoony look and it fits the tone and idea of the game very well. One thing that it also does very well is the use of VR. I love games that make me have to move my head around or throw stuff around my head. Plus, you have these drones that you can use as well and these also do wonders to make you feel like you really are in a VR world.

I had an absolute blast with Evil Robot Traffic Jam and highly recommend that any of you guys who like tower defense games check it out. I am not sure there is enough here to win over non fans of this genre. However, those who are into it like I am are really going to have a lot of fun here.


Makes great use of VR

Fantastic cartoon-style visuals

The game poses quite a challenge

There is a lot of strategies to consider in each level

A fun progression system


It is not going to win over non fans of the genre

Some levels have a lot of trial and error

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Oculus Go Game Reviews – Neverout

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For me, Neverout is as close to the awesome sci-fi/thriller movie Cube as we have gotten. This kind of idea is perfect for VR and the version of Neverout for the Oculus Go is just as good as it is on the other platforms. If you are into puzzle games then I highly suggest that you take a closer look at Neverout.

Neverout is a game that is all about cubes. When the game starts you are dropped into the first cube and it is up to you to solve the puzzle that is in front of you in order to get out. Literally, this is the plot of the movie, The Cube! I was so in when I found out this was the premise of the game. However as cool as it is, I do wish that it had more story and more atmosphere as that is something that is lacking in the game’s presentation.

Each room that you are in has a different feel to it be it the design or even the gravity! As you move around the cube you will get an idea of what you need to do in order to solve the puzzle. I really liked how the game eased me into the puzzle solving aspect by starting with pretty basic puzzles that require you to just move boxes around. Things do start to get far more complex and you really have to think about each aspect of the cube room you are in.

Death is a very real possibility in each cube. For example, if you make a wrong move then you can be crushed to death by a block or something else that is in the cube. The game will introduce new elements like these pads that have things like sticking abilities, teleportation, and even electricity. At all adds to the complexity of each cube and each one feels like a new challenge.

You really have to take in the whole cube as when you move the cube around, the items inside of course move around. This requires you to always try and remember where everything is! This is far easier said than done and on more than one occasion I thought that I had it all figured out only to be crushed by a cube I did not take into consideration. Neverout is the kind of game that really forces you to concentrate and it punishes you when you do not.

I have heard some people say that you need a proper controller to play this, but I never found that to be the case. I just used the standard Oculus Go controllers and had no issues at all moving around, playing with the blocks and manipulating each cube I was in. I am sure that some people will prefer using a controller, but I do not think it makes the overall gameplay experience any better if I am honest.

Neverout is a game that I really did enjoy. It is one of the more interesting puzzle games I have played in quite a while and I do feel that it is worth checking out. I just wish that it had a bit more story and atmosphere as with that I think that they would have had an absolute slam dunk of a puzzle game on their hands.


Lots of challenging puzzles to figure out

Great use of VR

You feel like you are in the cube

Controls work great


More story would have been nice

Some levels can be a tad frustrating to figure out

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