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Motion sickness while playing virtual reality games can be a pain. However, adventure games tend to take it slow. You can unveil the game at your own pace, taking brisk walks through fantasy worlds and embarking on wild adventures packed with the unknown. Adventure games can be as intense or therapeutic as you want. They span multiple genres, catering to your individual needs. Among the adventure games with virtual reality, though, here are the best adventure games on Oculus Quest you want on your wishlist.

10. Down the Rabbit Hole

Down the Rabbit Hole: VR Game Reveal Trailer (Cortopia)

Virtual reality beginners will love Down the Rabbit Hole. It draws inspiration from Alice in Wonderland, even incorporating the same characters from the famed tale. However, Alice herself isn’t a part of the story, as Down the Rabbit Hole is a kind of prelude to her adventures. Still, experiencing an adventure that’s familiar yet said from a fresh perspective is exciting. Furthermore, you traverse the world in both first- and third-person and even have the freedom to zoom in and out key features in the environment.

9. The Vader Immortal VR Series

Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series - Official Trailer

Vader. Yes, indeed, the same Darth Vader from Star Wars has a virtual reality series dedicated to his character. Feel free to experience the riveting adventure episode by episode. However, the entire series is well worth your time, as it's a connected tale set in the Star Wars universe. The story is told in three parts, kicking off with Vader on the hunt for the special bright star crystal said to harbor immeasurable power. To access the crystal’s power, he needs a person from a certain bloodline. Do unravel the entire story at your own pace, which has you facing Vader himself. Moreover, you’ll wield the lightsaber and fight against some of Star Wars’ greatest villains, building up to the mega Vader fight on Mustafar planet.

8. Bonelab

BONELAB - Launch Trailer l Meta Quest

Alternatively, check out the experimental physics game Bonelab. Trapped in a mysterious facility, you wield all sorts of weapons and face off against formidable enemies. You’ll take on several challenges and scour the environment for hidden secrets. Your goal? Escape the treacherous lab in one piece. Among most VR games, Bonelab pushes the capabilities of motion controls and immersion to the limits. It’s creative, blending sandbox and narrative in intriguing ways.

7. The Room VR: A Dark Matter

The Room VR: A Dark Matter | Oculus Quest + Rift Platform

In The Room VR: A Dark Matter, you put on your detective hat to solve a missing person’s case. As most detective games are, you’ll engage with lots of puzzles, searching for clues and evidence that draw you closer to the truth. Set in 1908, though, The Room VR: A Dark Matter immerses you into a different reality. It has eerie moments that send chills down the spine. Plus, magic isn’t too far off the deeper you tread into The Room’s excellent mix of mystery and reward.

6. Myst

Myst | Announce Trailer | Oculus Quest Platform

You’ve probably played Myst. However, VR breathes new life into the classic adventure from the ‘90s. For one, you’re now thrust into its breathtaking island world. Once you’ve taken the time to admire the sights, Myst begins to unravel a mystical tale steeped in compelling interactions and ghostly charm. You’ll solve intricate puzzles and uncover the mysteries of old times. Yet, despite its setting, Myst continues to uphold a timelessness that’ll keep you returning for more.

5. Demeo

Demeo Launch Trailer | Oculus Quest Platform

Next is Demeo, one of the most exciting tabletop experiences capable of forging long-lasting friendships long after the game is over. You’ll jump into dungeon-crawling adventures, engaging in tactical battles against mystical creatures and unearthing lost treasure along your journey. It helps that Demeo’s environments look stunning, encompassing the perfect alternative to Dungeons and Dragons and Magic the Gathering in VR.

4. Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR

Assassin's Creed Nexus VR: CGI Announce Trailer | Meta Quest 2 & Meta Quest 3 | Ubisoft Forward

Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR casts you into three legendary assassin roles, taking on its ancient world setting in first-person. You can perch atop rooftops and parkour all across the town in VR, which feels amazing with each step. The action side of gameplay is a bit janky, though. Still, many of your combat encounters will require clever stealthing. Overall, for a first step into VR, Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR does a fantastic job paving the way for a brighter future toward more immersive worlds of Templars and Assassins.

3. The Walking Dead: Saint and Sinners

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners | Announce Trailer | Oculus Quest Platform

If you ever wanted to experience what life would be like post-zombie apocalypse, here’s your chance. Three years after a zombie outbreak, The Walking Dead: Saint and Sinners portrays a world where the remaining human survivors scavenge for limited resources. Meanwhile, hordes of zombies remain an ever-growing threat, often breaking through camp barriers and wreaking havoc. Saint and Sinners is very much a survival game that can feel too surreal, thanks to engaging combat, a compelling story, immersive environments, and excellent sound design.

2. Moss

Moss Trailer | Oculus Quest

Alternatively, you can escape reality in Moss, taking on the role of a heroic mouse on a daring journey. It incorporates platforming and narrative design to immerse you into a riveting campaign. From solving complex puzzles to intense battling, Moss constantly keeps you engaged in its adventures. You can help Moss directly by moving obstacles out of his path and even influencing the behavior of animals in the story. Best of all, Moss curates a captivating fairy-tale universe that takes your mind off reality and fosters a deep connection to the tiny mouse.

1. Red Matter

Red Matter 2 - Announcement Trailer l Meta Quest

Red Matter strives to give you a fright with its terrifying story and creepy but visually stunning environments. You’ll be on Saturn’s moon, after all, using red matter technology to solve mind-bending puzzles and decrypt mysteries. Oh, you cannot die in Red Matter, too, with the game preventing you from doing so. So, it means there’s no way but forward, whether it’s unraveling the dystopian thriller ahead or navigating puzzles in its textured ambience.

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Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.