Credit to: Viewer Ready

Danger City

Credit to: Hash Technology

Think you can survive in a city overrun by zombies? Want to see how many you can destroy before you get taken down with them? In Danger City, you are in a blockaded city struggling to escape as the infected close in. You’ll have access to weapons and your fists to take them down, as well as medical kits if you get injured. There are also puzzles to solve, so don’t take your thinking cap off just because of the violence!

Fitness Potential

With the tracked motion controllers, you’ll fire an array of weapons at the zombies on screen. This requires quick reflexes as they will be sprinting toward your location. When you run out of ammunition, you can then switch to fisticuffs. As you would image, you’ll need to physically punch in order to attack zombies this way. You’ll need to conserve your energy in order to avoid getting overrun.

Developer/Publisher: Hash Technology

Release Date: December 20, 2019

Compatible With: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive

Price: $11.99

Link: Danger City

TRIPP

 

If you’re looking for a way to get relaxed, even after another VR game, then TRIPP is worth checking out. The meditation tool is designed to help you improve your mood, and there is a demo available for free. Subscribers will get access to continuous updates. You can get a 7-day free trial to see if you like what TRIPP has to offer, as well.

Fitness Potential

TRIPP has a few different core experiences at the moment dealing with focus and calm. More will be added in the future, and users report an improvement in their mood after using the program. There is also a mobile app to help you keep track of your well-being more easily, and a mood score system so you can improve self-awareness.

Developer/Publisher: TRIPP

Release Date: December 19, 2019

Compatible With: Oculus Quest

Price: Free demo, subscription after one week

Link: TRIPP

Terminal VR

Credit to: REMANIC

A zombie game with a unique extreme weather twist, Terminal VR is a worst-case-scenario apocalyptic event. The game includes several different modes, including a standard “Rush” mode where you will explore environments and attempt to escape. You’ll have to use limited equipment to do so, requiring careful planning. An arcade mode lets you get right to the action, dodging hazards as you go, and modes coming in the future will give you even more gameplay options.

Fitness Potential

You’ll have to be quick with your ranged weapons in order to take down the zombies coming toward you. With the Arena mode being added, you’ll also have more melee weapons to swing, including bricks for bashing in zombies’ brains. You’ll always need to be on the mood in order to avoid getting taken down.

Developer/Publisher: REMANIC

Release Date: December 17, 2019

Compatible With: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive

Price: $14.99 to $19.99

Link: Terminal VR

Totally Baseball

Want to play VR baseball but can’t stand the games that only offer one or two modes? In Totally Baseball, you can play through it all in a single-player experience. This includes fielding, batting, and pitching, and you can even be the announcer for a chance of pace! The game’s goofy art style and comic book text popups for sound effects give it a lighthearted feel that is perfect for VR players of all ages.

Fitness Potential

You’ll move your body in Totally Baseball almost identically to how you would in a real baseball game. You can wind up before throwing a pitch toward home plate, swinging your arms as you go. After swinging the bat to hit the ball, you even swinging the two controllers back and forth in order to simulate running. This is also done when you chase down a ball in the field.

Developer/Publisher: Viewer Ready

Release Date: December 19, 2019

Compatible With: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Valve Index, Windows Mixed Reality

Price: $9.74 to $12.99

Link: Totally Baseball

Space Block Buster

A clever title and an interesting take on classic retro games and virtual reality? You’ll get it all in Space Block Buster, a game with 30 stages that will test your swinging and shooting skills. Using a variety of tools, you’ll destroy blocks in your way and eventually face a boss. There is also a challenge mode with unlimited play and it supports LIV mixed reality capture.

Fitness Potential

Your fitness potential with the game varies depending on the tool you’re using. You can use racquets and bats to knock back balls at the blocks in front of you. As the game gets more difficult, you’ll undoubtedly find yourself getting more tired, too. You’ll need to keep yourself focused and hit the balls accurately in order to win.

Developer/Publisher: Reality MagiQ

Release Date: December 20, 2019

Compatible With: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Valve Index, Windows Mixed Reality

Price: $6.99 to $9.99

Link: Space Block Buster


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