1. Avorion by Boxelware
Start out as a nobody at the edge of the galaxy and work your way to the center of a galaxy that gets more dangerous, but also more rewarding the closer you get to its core. Avorion takes sandbox aspects from games like X or Freelancer, throws in co-op multiplayer and lets you build your own ships. It features ships made of freely scalable blocks that can be procedurally generated and that break into pieces where they’re hit in space fights.
2. Drifting Lands by Alkemi
Imagine a Diablo-like game with the mouse clicking part replaced by an horizontal shoot’em’up core gameplay. That’s what is Drifting Lands in essence: first and foremost an action-RPG (Hack’n’Slash or however you may call this). Then and only then a different kind of shoot’em’up, accessible to a wider audience than usual.
3. Knockout League by Grab Games
Welcome to the Knockout League, a single player arcade style boxing game built from the ground up for Virtual Reality. Its intuitive gameplay involves moving and dodging with your body and 1:1 punch movement that lets you attack how you want without relying on buttons for main gameplay. Train up with various boxing drills to take on a crazy cast of characters with different fighting styles and gameplay in order to become the champion of the Knockout League!