2MD: VR Football Unleashed puts you in the shoes of a football quarterback, what this means in practice is that you spend most of your time throwing the pigskin around.
A Fisherman's Tale is a great introduction to VR puzzles and gameplay mechanics, suitable for a broad audience. It may give you a startling new perspective on the little lives of wooden puppets.
Accounting+ is an incredibly weird game. It is alternately confusing, creepy, and obscene. Sometimes it is all of the above.
Acron: Attack of the Squirrels is a one-vs-many game played on one Quest and up to eight mobile devices. It's made for party play and perfect for families.
Despite behaving more like an Oculus Go game, with its limited gameplay making it, essentially, an interactive 360-degree video, walking through the hauntingly hollow hallways of Affected: The Manor has you constantly on edge and ready to take flight if any of those statues so much as blink.
After the Fall is a glorious tribute to arcade based mayhem that delivers some of the most frantic action that the Quest currently has to offer.
AltDeus: Beyond Chronos sees the player embody the role of Lieutenant Chloe, a formidable pilot of the Makhia, giant mecha tasked with protecting humanity from the otherworldly threat of the Meteoras.
I think that a short game you'll play many times is better than a long one you'll play once, and Anshar 2: Hyperdrive falls very much into the former category.
Area Man Lives offers an interesting concept, great voice actors, and a touching story but suffers significantly from some issues that could easily be remedied with updates.
Arizona Sunshine is a game about shooting zombies. Not too ambitious as pitches go, perhaps, but the proof is in the pudding. We review it on Quest!
Rather than trying to put you in the shoes of a guitar god, Audica goes for the kind of healthy abstraction first deployed in Amplitude.
AudioShield does a lot of things right, and the most prominent feature, although it has some issues, is the automapping of your own music.