The VR Game Launch Roundup: Snowballs, Sailors and Seascapes

VRFocus brings you another roundup of all the virtual reality (VR) titles due to come out over the course of the next week. This week’s selection features a series of independent titles and re-release titles. Make sure to check out our accompanying video to get a short preview of each videogame.


Snowman – XOCUS

Test your hand-eye coordination in this icy, wave shooting experience. Protect your camp from hordes of incoming frosty aliens who have invaded earth. Utilise a number of weapons and team up with a combat robot who will cover your back while you quickly build a wall to protect your base. Play online against friends and set new records with a worldwide leader board.

A Fisherman’s Tale – InnerspaceVR

Previously released January 2019, InnerspaceVR’s mind-bending puzzle adventure is now receiving the Oculus Quest treatment. Featuring the options of room-scale, standing or seated playing, users can shrink and grow in size as you play as this wooden puppet fisherman in this seemingly never-ending highly interactive lighthouse setting.

  • Supported platforms: Oculus Quest
  • Launch date: 27th November

Affected: The Manor - Oculus Quest

Affected: The Manor – Fallen Planet Studios

UK-based developer Fallen Planet Studios has announced an Oculus Quest version of its popular horror VR title, Affected: The Manor, boasting new interactivity features to make use of the headset’s features. First released in 2016, experience this haunted house setting with two different routes and four different alternative outcomes for players, now featuring new manually opening door features to add to the realism.

  • Supported platforms: Oculus Quest
  • Launch date: 27th November

Fullchoke – Listo Games

Use a double-barrelled shotgun to perfect your clay target shooting abilities in winter, greenfield and desert settings. Compete with others around the world with an online leader board. Featuring the ability to adjust displays and resize targets to assist beginners.

Oceans We Make

Totalling in only 5 minutes in length, you have little time to explore the whole of this ocean environment. An ideal starter videogame for new VR users of any age, the player will discover the impacts of plastic pollution on the marine environment in this playable educational VR experience.