9
Magical
Mare | Review 63
The whole world of Mare feels both mysterious and macabre; it's borderline creepy at times and beautiful throughout its campaign.
4.5
Meh
Layers of Fear VR | Review 65
Layers of Fear VR is a mediocre port on Quest. It does provide a few scary moments, a clever premise, and good sound design, however, at least on the Oculus Quest, Layers of Fear VR is also low-resolution and uncomfortable to play.
9
Ponderful
Myst | Review 67
In Myst, there are locations to explore, books to read and switches and levers to pull, all opening up more of the same and revealing greater mysteries.
4.5
Disappointing
Supernatural | Review 69
When I was asked to review Supernatural, my editor informed me that the developer, Within, wanted reviewers to try the app for 30 days before making a final determination.
8.5
Delightful
Ghost Giant | Review 73
In Ghost Giant, possibly more than any other game on the Quest to date save Shadow Point, the inquisitive revelation of the narrative is the whole experience.
8
Great!
OhShape | Review 75
With OhShape you make shapes to fit through holes in virtual walls, pluck coins out of mid-air, and punch through barriers while ducking and strafing to avoid obstacles!
7.5
Magic
wands giveaway
On Quest, Wands gives you the ability to wield magic against a wide choice of one-on-one opponents in stunningly designed arenas.
8.5
Thrilling
Lies Beneath | Review 77
From the off, it's clear that Lies Beneath has a very polished presentation. Conveyed in a distinctive cel-shaded, comic-strip fashion, it uses the tropes and framing of a graphic novel to tell its narrative and justify its graphical style.