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1.5
Dud
Tarzan VR | Review 57
Tarzan VR promises many things. It promises that you'll play as the titular character. It promises that you'll swing on vines, swim, climb trees, and fight your way through three episodes of the game.
7.5
Abracadabra
Demeo | Review 59
Unlike many other games on Quest, Demeo doesn't whine or creek. The game loads quickly and runs well, and the multiplayer is well implemented.
7.5
Smashing
Traffic Jams | Review 61
Traffic Jams comes to Quest and brings cars, buses, pedestrians, comets, and shattering glass together as you try to direct traffic in various international cities.
7.5
Familiar
The Climb 2 | Review 65
The Climb 2 is an excellent purchase if you've never bought or played the original, but for those of us who have, it feels like a cash-grab.
9
Magical
Mare | Review 67
The whole world of Mare feels both mysterious and macabre; it's borderline creepy at times and beautiful throughout its campaign.
8.5
Sleek
Cubism | Review 71
After living on SideQuest for a while, minimalistic puzzler Cubism finally got its real launch on the Oculus Store. We like it.
8.5
Delicious
Cook-Out | Review 73
Cook-Out is pretty much OverCooked! in VR and you can play it on the Oculus Quest, and while it may be a pretty good single-player game, it's a fantastic multiplayer game.
7.5
Ice Cream
Pixel Ripped 1995 | Review 77
There are two worlds in Pixel Ripped 1995. One is the 'real' world of 1995, represented in cute 3D animated fashion, like an early Pixar production, and the other is the world of the game inside the game, Pixel Ripped.
6
Blunt
Ironlights | Review 79
Ironlights brings many innovations to melee combats in virtual reality, but how well they work out is questionable. The ideas are bold, and there are several of them.
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