100 Best Oculus Go Games 2020

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

Oculus Go Game Reviews – Angest

Image Credit: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/gear-vr/1199148026798440/

The first time I saw the trailer for Angest I knew this was a game that I was very interested in. I love playing story-based games on my Oculus Go and I had heard that Angest had a very intriguing story. This along with the fact that the trailer made the game look like it had a kind of Event Horizon feel to it made it a game I was very excited to download for my Oculus Go.

I am at kind of a loss to describe the experience I got with Angest. The idea of the game is that you are alone on a space station and your only company is an AI. The AI will “look after you” and make sure that you are on hand for the tasks that you need to do. The game has a very Russian vibe to it which makes you think that you are part of some kind of Russian space program, but nothing is very really explained and I kind of like that.

The AI will ask you these very strange questions which at first seem like they are pretty random, but Angest has these dream sequences and you will notice the answers you gave to the AI during your interview will have an effect on what you see here. It is very surreal and it kind of makes you feel like your character (or maybe it is you?) is kind of going mad. The game has you tend to this strange garden as well as doing a few other mundane tasks and the way you do these can change what happens the next day and where you can go on the ship.

I can easily see how some people could play this for 30 minutes or so and do the same thing on each day, get boards and say enough of this game! For me though, there was just something so very intriguing about the whole experience that I needed to know more about what I was doing here and what the heck was exactly going on. While the game does have an ending, it is not really direct in giving you some answers and that was a bit of a bummer for me as I did stick with it and felt like it needed to have a definitive ending and let me know what the heck I just experienced.

The actual gameplay is very simple, you move around the ship by looking at these yellow dots and there is a ton of stuff that you can interact with. I do kind of wish they implemented the controller a little better as I feel this would have made the game a much more immersive experience.

One thing that I do really like about Angest is the style. It is very hard to describe, but I get the impression that the game takes place in the near future. However, the ship and the style of the stuff that is on board has a kind of retro look to it. This is just one of the many mysteries of the game and I do feel that the presentation is actually very underrated.

I had fun with Angest and despite a few flaws like the controls and the ending, it is an experience that I am glad I had on my Oculus Go. I will say that this is a game that is not for everyone so I would recommend that you check out a YouTube video before you give it a try.  


The game looks great

I got a kick out of the retro style of the ship

You can interact with a ton of stuff

Are you going mad?

The AI is kind of creepy


The ending is kind of lame

Moving around the ship could have been done better


Oculus Go Game Reviews – EQQO

Image Credit: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/go/2461352513879642/

Let me start by saying that there is no way you can look at EQQO and not think of the classic PlayStation 2 game, Ico. Clearly, the people behind this game are big fans of that as there is no way this game is not at the very least a little bit inspired by Ico. I am not saying that is a bad thing as that game is awesome. So any adventure game that has a little bit of Ico in it is always going to be a game I want to check out on my Oculus Go.

The story of EQQO is super weird. Well for me it is. The game is actually based on old Ethiopian legends which if you know about that kind of stuff I am sure is really cool. There are two main characters in the game an egg and a child and you are basically playing as the mother of the child who needs to help guide him through this very interesting world. The child cannot see which raises the stakes even more.

As you can see from the screenshots, EQQO looks like a million bucks. I think I would go as far as to say this is one of my favorite games on the Oculus Go from an art point of view. They really have done a wonderful job here. Not only that though, the mother actually narrates the game as it moves along and the voice acting is every bit as lovely as the visuals are. From a presentational point of view, EQQO really is quite spectacular.

I would describe the game as a puzzle game. The egg actually has powers and you need to help the child use the egg and its powers to solve various puzzles. I found that none of the puzzles were actually that hard, but this is actually by design. I get the feeling that the people behind EQQO wanted to make the game a more relaxing experience and they certainly achieved that. I am not saying the puzzles are all super easy and some will make you have to think, but you will figure it out as the game is not overly cryptic.

The controls of EQQO are very easy to get to grips with. You move your head which basically lets you look around and then you control a little hand cursor which you can then interact with the world and make it safer for the child so that he can continue on through his journey. The story really does come to life before your eye and it is a bit of an emotional one. I do think that the game can be enjoyed by anyone. However, I will say that as a parent I do feel that the story hit home with me that little bit more.

Without a doubt, you have to check out EQQO if you have an Oculus Go. The comparison to Ico is so spot on with this game. It may be a little on the easy side and it is short, but this is one of those gaming experiences that you will always remember.


Some of the most lovely visuals on the Go

The story is great

Some amazing voice acting

A truly memorable experience

A nice relaxing experience


Only lasts around 5 hours

Not the hardest game