Top 10 rated apps on the Oculus Quest 2: May 2022

Top 10 rated apps on the Oculus Quest 2: May 2022

Published: 12-06-2022
Updated: 15-03-2023

The Oculus Quest 2 is the best-selling virtual reality headset on the market. While there is no easy way to find out how well individual games and apps perform on the Oculus Quest 2 store, it’s possible to gain some information by comparing apps against one another based on ratings in May 2022.

Top 10 Oculus Quest 2 apps by Rating

Title Average Number of ratings Price
Puzzling Places 4.9 1,130 $14.99
The Room VR: A Dark Matter 4.89 10,954 $29.99
I Expect You To Die 2 4.86 2,100 $24.99
Walkabout Mini Golf 4.86 7,013 $14.99
Swarm 4.82 2,002 $24.99
Ragnarock 4.82 844 $24.99
Moss 4.81 5,816 $29.99
I Expect You To Die 4.8 4,667 $24.99
YUKI 4.8 193 $19.99
Cubism 4.8 701 $9.99

Puzzling Places

Ranked as number one for some time with a 4.9 average rating from 1,130 raters. Puzzling Places is a VR puzzle game where you complete photo-realistic 3D items within the VR calming environment.

It is a relaxing VR jigsaw puzzler that deftly induces a meditative flow state. It costs $14.99.

The Room VR: A Dark Matter

The Room VR: A Dark Matter should in actuality be number one with 10,954 people rating it at a 4.89 average score, but is ranked second due to its slightly lower rating. It is part of a series of award-winning games called “The Room”, and is an exploratory detective, walking sim with intermittent puzzles. It is incredibly immersive with a great sense of place like its genre.

It costs $29.99.

I Expect You To Die 2

The sequel to I Expect You To Die, I Expect You To Die 2 has you adopt Agent’s role once more, solving a diabolical mystery with puzzles galore. I Expect You To Die 2 has a lighter and funnier tone than the previous The Room VR: A Dark Matter, with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.

Currently, it has an average rating of 4.86 from 2,100 votes and costs $24.99.

Walkabout Mini Golf

Experience minigolf in a tropical paradise, a snow-crested castle ruin, and a desolate desert. If you have ever played minigolf and thought that it could be neat if the props were the location of each course: Walkabout Mini Golf is for you.

It has an average of 4.86 with 7,013 raters, with CNET saying “Brilliantly designed… Seriously, you have no idea how good VR mini-golf is.”

Walkabout Mini Golf will run you $14.99.


An adrenaline-filled action-shooter with grappling-hook swinging mechanics. Swarm will get your blood pumping and maybe some slight disorientation with the quick levels of shooting drones in midair.

Swarm has an average rating of 4.82 with 2,002 raters and costs $24.99.

One reviewer described it succinctly as: “This game is definitely for any people who want a good Zero Gravity experience, and wanna feel like you’re in Attack On Titan.”


Nordic heavy metal is world renowned, so when it is mixed with Vikings you got Ragnarock.

Ragnarock is a high-octane VR rhythm game where you propel your long ship based on your musical performance.

People love it with a 4.82 average rating from 844 reviewers.

Ragnarock costs $24.99.


Moss made a bit of a splash back in 2019 when it came out. Moss is a single-player action-adventure puzzle game where you explore a whimsical world as a mouse. Experiencing this adventure will be just in time for the sequent Moss: Book 2, sure to get the same stellar reception.

This little mouse adventure has an average of 4.81 from 5,816 players and costs $29.99.

I Expect You To Die

The predecessor to I Expect You To Die 2, I Expect You To Die, while it has a lower average rating, I Expect You To Die still has its delightfully hilarious tone as you solve mysteries.

Currently, 4,667 people have left a rating for I Expect You To Die averaging out as 4.8, and costs $24.99.


Space-Invaders but VR and rogue-like. YUKI is an arcade flying bullet-hell shooter with meta progression and it is thrilling! YUKI can be played over and over again, and still be exciting as is the nature of a rogue-like, and Oculus users agree with an average rating of 4.8 from 193 players.

YUKI costs $19.99.


Although it might look like a smartphone game, Cubism is endlessly engaging and relaxing. So test your spatial thinking with 90 cube puzzles, and you can play it with either full hand-tracking or Quest controllers.

It has an average rating of 4.8 from 701 raters with a modest price of $9.99.