VR games that put you inside a house can be fun. While some require doing something physically demanding or even dangerous, the best ones also allow for simulation without all the pain and stress that comes from actually experiencing real-life scenarios.
Defend Your Home
In the latest entry of a beloved series, you must defend your house from monsters that emerge from every corner. Thankfully, there’s an easy way to set up your property as an epic battleground for yourself and friends: using Roomscale Guardian app.
It’s essential to have a roomscale sensor installed on your Oculus Quest for the best experience with this VR game. Without enough reference points, the glasses may struggle to recognize objects in the room; so mark up walls with tape or posters for better accuracy and better enjoyment of this immersive experience.
Superhot is an old classic that works better in VR, giving you all of the time necessary to complete all tasks required by the game — such as dodging lasers and throwing pots and pans — while using your hands for control. Furthermore, Superhot doesn’t need high-end gaming headsets or technical specifications in order to play, making it more accessible even for novice gamers.
Fisherman’s Tale is an immersive VR game that invites you to reach out into space and enter a peculiar puzzle dollhouse that looks like an actual room, but can only be entered when you lift pieces off the screen. It’s an enchanting experience that twists your sense of reality inside out, making it highly recommended for gamers.
Eleven Table Tennis is one of the most authentic table tennis simulations we’ve encountered in a virtual reality game, and that’s without even considering its challenging challenge levels. If you’re an admirer of this sport, Eleven Table Tennis should definitely be on your must-play list for gamers to try out.
No price can be put on this experience: It’s the best VR game we’ve played so far for PSVR 2. Immerse yourself in beautiful worlds filled with adorable hyper-real creatures as you embark on a series of platforming challenges.
Cyan’s loving adaptation for VR of The Myst trilogy is one of our favorites, and it pays homage both to its original game and virtual reality. It’s an absolutely gorgeous experience that will captivate any player.
There are other games you can play from home, but they won’t be nearly as immersive or challenging as these. If cooking is your thing, there are some excellent VR options that allow you to create meals and cook them in a virtual kitchen.