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  • Tabletop Simulator

    Tabletop Simulator


    Available on
    HTC Vive

    Create your own original games, import custom assets, automate games with scripting, set up complete RPG dungeons, manipulate the physics, create hinges & joints, and of course flip the table when you are losing the game. All with an easy to use system integrated with Steam Workshop. You can do anything you want in Tabletop Simulator. The possibilities are endless!

    Tabletop Simulator has it all. The base game includes 15 classics like Chess, Poker, Jigsaw Puzzles, Dominoes, and Mahjong. Additionally, there are thousands of community created content on the Workshop. If you’re the tabletop gaming type, we include an RPG Kit which has tilesets & furniture, as well as animated figurines that you can set up and battle with your friends, with even more options in the Chest. There’s even an option for Game Masters so they can control the table!

    Key Features:

    - Online sandbox with unlimited games to play how you want.

    - Multiplayer physics with objects that collide and interact just how you would expect.

    - Create your own mods easily with full Steam Workshop support and 3D model importing.

    - Take games to the next level with Lua scripting support.

    - Play just like you do in real life; pick up, rotate, shake, and throw any object.

    - Up to 10 people can play together on the same table.

    - Team system with voice and text chat.

    - Save & load individual objects and complete games.

    - Hotseat allows you to play locally on the same computer with your friends.

    - Browse the internet, listen to music, and watch videos in multiplayer, in-game on a tablet.

    - Perfect for RPGs - build your very own roleplaying dungeons with our modular tileset, RPG Kit, Multiple States and Tablet (useful for character sheets).

    - Great admin tools to enable or disable player permissions and to eliminate griefing in public games.

    - 360° panoramic backgrounds that change the lighting and atmosphere.

    - Included games: Backgammon, Cards, Chess, Checkers, Chinese Checkers, Custom Board, Dice, Dominoes, Go, Jigsaw Puzzles, Mahjong, Pachisi, Piecepack, Poker, Reversi, RPG Kit, Sandbox, Solitaire, and Tablet.

    - Tabletop Simulator
  • Quiz Night Tonight!

    Quiz Night Tonight!

    $9.99 - $14.99

    Available on
    HTC Vive / PlayStation VR / Rift CV1

    Step into an online GameShow! Trivia has never been so much fun. Featuring thousands questions, on a variety of genres/topics. Experience Trivia like never before.

    Game Modes: Trivia : This your standard trivia, where players will attempt to answer questions as fast as they can. Each player gets 10 seconds to answer, the quicker they answer the more points they earn for each correct answer. This mode also features mini game events after x amount of questions. The mini games are Ball Room, and a Jigsaw puzzler.

    Ball Room, will have you competing to hit as many targets as possible within the time limit. Jigsaw puzzler will require you to complete the puzzles as fast as possible.

    Knowledge Race: This game mode is based off of board game like mechanics. Players will race towards a finish line, only advancing forward by answering correct trivia questions. But watch out for traps!

    Online: Trivia is 1-6 players, Knowledge Race is 1-4.

    Local Co op: 1-4 players.

    - Quiz Night Tonight!
  • Masters Of Chess

    Masters Of Chess


    Available on
    HTC Vive

    This game is for the HTC Vive and allows you to play chess in virtual reality, either against the computer AI, against a friend on the same computer (using desktop screen and mouse), or against someone online. There are 3 AI settings to choose from and the chess board measures 1.5m x 1.5m.

    To play the game, just place your controller on the piece you wish to move and then pull the trigger whilst lifting the piece up. Then place it over a valid square and let go of the trigger, when that square has turned green. If playing against a friend on the same computer, then they will need to use the desktop screen and mouse. They can then play by first clicking on the desired piece and then clicking on the valid square they wish to move to.

    - Masters Of Chess
  • Chess Ultra

    Chess Ultra


    Available on
    HTC Vive / PlayStation VR / Rift CV1

    Introducing the most breathtaking chess game ever made. Chess Ultra injects the greatest strategy game of all time with a modern twist; offering the ultimate chess experience with stunning 4K visuals, Grandmaster approved AI and full VR compatibility.

    With full Oculus Rift and HTC Vive support, play Chess Ultra in VR for the most breathtaking chess experience to date. From the wood grains on the antique mahogany board in the library, to the luxury felt on the bottom of every chess piece; chess has never looked this good. Physically reach out to make your move and focus entirely on the game at hand.

    - Chess Ultra
  • Ascension VR

    Ascension VR


    Available on
    Samsung Gear VR / Rift CV1

    Ascension is a fast-paced deck building game that’s quick to learn and packed with endless hours of replay value. Play online or single player in this VR adaptation of the award winning favorite that will appeal to fans of board games, trading card games and non-gamers alike.

    Ascension VR includes:

    52 Heroes, Constructs & Monsters

    Network Multiplayer across VR platforms

    Gear & Rift support

    Single player AI mode

    Social VR features: spatialized chat, lip and animation sync

    - Ascension VR
  • Lost Cities

    Lost Cities


    Available on
    Samsung Gear VR

    * New! Play against your friends, play random matches, and leaderboards! *

    Based on the award-winning tabletop card game Lost Cities by world-renowned board game designer Reiner Knizia, Lost Cities VR is a two-player strategy game that transports you to unexplored regions and mythical realms. Can you outwit your opponent and make the most profit as you compete to be the first to discover the ancient lost cities?

    - Lost Cities
  • Hack The Gibson

    Hack The Gibson


    Available on
    Rift DK2

    Hack The Gibson is a single-player puzzle video game. The objective of the game is to clear the board containing hidden "bombs" without detonating any of them, with help from clues about the number of neighboring mines in each field. This game takes advantage of both the keyboard/mouse input method, as well as your game controller. This demo has four levels. There is a secret message for you if you beat level 4. HACK THE PLANET!

    - Hack The Gibson
  • Relaxing VR Games: Mahjong

    Relaxing VR Games: Mahjong


    Available on
    Rift CV1

    The Dawn of A New Mahjong Age!

    Rediscover this Chinese classic in a completely new gaming environment. The most important thing in this game is the right combination of tokens. The game's core principle is as simple as it is brilliant: exposed pairs of tokens have to be removed until the whole board is cleared.

    Relaxing VR games: Mahjong brings this classic to new dimensions. With your Oculus Rift you can manipulate tokens in a photorealistic 360° environment. Thanks to the intuitive One-Click controls, playing is convenient and enhances this truly unequaled virtual reality experience. A total of 162 boards can be played and solved in a deeply relaxing atmosphere.

    - Relaxing VR Games: Mahjong
  • Mahjong VR

    Mahjong VR


    Available on
    Rift CV1

    "Mahjong VR" is a classical puzzle game. Now you can play it with your Oculus Touch!

    Your goal is to remove all tiles by pairs.


    Beautiful Low-Poly world

    200 different layouts

    Global leaderboards

    Hint, undo and shuffle

    Touch by hands

    - Mahjong VR
  • Dungeon Chess

    Dungeon Chess


    Available on
    Rift CV1

    Chess comes to life with iconic DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® creatures in Experiment 7's Dungeon Chess™. Dragons breathe fire, beholders blast death rays, and armies of elven pawns face down the forces of evil as you match wits against your friends, online adventurers, and AI opponents in the world's most popular game of strategy and skill.

    - Dungeon Chess
  • Kismet



    Available on
    HTC Vive / PlayStation VR / Rift CV1

    Would you like to know what the future holds in store for you? Put on your Oculus Rift or HTC Vive headset and take part in a first-of-its-kind VR experience: Kismet. Developed by award-winning creative studio Psyop, Kismet is a collection of three activities, including a past-present-future Tarot Card reading (“The Cards”), daily Astrology session (“The Stars”), and ancient boardgame Ur (“A Game of Wit”).

    Powered by a deck of 22 hand-painted Tarot cards and an accurate real-time map of the solar system, Kismet is meant to be experienced daily, with unique outcomes every calendar day that are directly tied to not only the cards that you choose, but your individual birth date and the actual alignment of celestial bodies at the time of your reading. Seated across a table from an enchanted automaton with the power to look into the future, you’ll be transported to a place where magic is real. Named after the mysterious character at its core, Kismet is inspired by the mystic arts of tarot and astrology, brought to life in a beautifully detailed, handmade, Gothic style.

    - Kismet
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    Time for a long-distance family game night? Our list of the best VR board games on Oculus Quest and other headsets will have what you’re looking for.

    VR is often great at putting us ‘inside’ the experience. Sometimes, though, we don’t need a game to be more immersive, we just need the ability to play it with people from a distance. That’s what makes the medium so perfect for board games – players are no longer restricted by the physical aspects of that experience. You can all have a very realistic online experience as if you’re all gathered in the same place. This list of the best VR board games highlights those experiences.

    Note that all the experiences we’re listing for Quest can be found on the Oculus Store and, where noted, you can find games on SteamVR, Oculus Rift, and PSVR too.

    Best VR Board Games On Oculus Quest

    Demeo – Also available on SteamVR

    Demeo is perhaps stretching the term board game a little thin – it’s more like an XCOM-style turn-based strategy game than it is your traditional experience. But it nails the theme of tabletop game, with dice throws to determine attacks, cards to activate special abilities and characters appearing like figures with bases. The game itself is incredibly engaging and can be played with up to four players, making for one of the best social VR experiences you’ll find today. If you want to know more, read our full review.

    Catan – Also available on PSVR, SteamVR and Oculus Rift

    The classic strategy game was actually one of the first to make a full conversion to VR.  In the game, you try and grow your settlements in a race against other players by trading and buying resources. The VR version lets four players go head-to-head with a fully digital and animated experience. Plus, Catan has extensive cross-play so you can play with people on other headsets dating right the way back to the Gear VR.

    Tsuro – Also available on SteamVR

    Tsuro is perhaps a little simpler an experience than other VR board games on this list, but that’s kind of the point. Players place tiles to make paths for stones, trying to lead opponents off the board or into each other whilst swerving their stone to safety. This is meant to be a more relaxing game than our other entries, but it can still be enjoyed in multiplayer.

    Pokerstars VR – Also available on SteamVR

    Okay so, no, Poker isn’t really a board game as such, but it’s still a classic card game you can play at home, so it makes the cut. The Pokerstars VR team has been consistently adding to its virtual experience over the past few years to make it one of the most robust card simulations in all of VR. Full online play with virtual avatars put a spin on Poker like you’ve never seen before.

    Best VR Board Games – Other Headsets

    Tabletop Simulator on SteamVR


    You can’t have a list of the best VR board games without mentioning what is most likely the ultimate board game simulator on the market – Tabletop Simulator. Also available for flat screens, this incredible playground gives you the pieces to play many classic games, but its physics-driven world lets you play by your own rules. That results in bizarre and often hilarious situations just like those you can have in real life. Plus an extensive list of add-ons brings popular games like Zombies!! into VR too.

    That’s our list of the best VR board games on Oculus Quest and beyond. Did we miss anything you’re a fan of? Let us know in the comments below!

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    Jamie Feltham

    Jamie has been covering the VR industry since 2014 having come from a gaming and technology background. While he loves games, he's most interested in experiential VR that explores narrative, human connection and other such themes. He's also the host of Upload's VR Showcases, which you should definitely watch.


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    Oculus Quest Is Getting A "Social VR Board Game" Later This Fall

    Board game night is making a comeback... in virtual reality. Evernever Games has announced Wednesday that they are bringing a social VR board game called Neverboard to Oculus Quest this fall.

    Neverboard is the first free-to-play social VR board game that brings together friends and family on the Oculus Quest platform from wherever they are, whether they're all sitting in the same living room or in their separate homes. It combines the fun of classic tabletop board games like UNO and Monopoly with the immersion of virtual reality without the real-world hassle of setting up the games and cleaning up the room once you're done. If you take a look at the trailer below, the game looks like The Sims on acid.

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    Neverboard will launch with the full version of Crazy 8s readily available to download to your game library for free. Three easy-to-pick-up 2-4 player games will be available to buy for an undetermined price, with more titles on the way. In addition to playing games, you can explore concessions to share with your friends and family members in attendance, like pizza, soda, and even tomatoes.

    Evernever Games is an alumni of the Oculus Launchpad program that built Neverboard from the ground up to spark real connections with the people closest to us in a delightful new way. Neverboard was created to provide a comfortable atmosphere in VR, serving as both a venue to host games and as a social space for up to four friends. Creator Jasmine Bulin said Neverboard is a great VR game for people to spend time together while apart, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    “We are excited to see players finding the joy in being with others in VR during a time when being together while apart is more important than ever," said Neverboard creator Jasmine Bulin, “So many board games have this amazing power to enrich friendships and VR enhances the magic of the shared activity by allowing friends to play together anywhere and at any time. With Neverboard, friends around the globe can finally get game night back on the calendar.”

    Neverboard is available to wishlist now, and will be supported on Oculus Quest and Quest 2. If you have any questions about what games will be released into Neverboard, you can join the game's Discord channel.

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    Demeo - Gameplay Reveal Trailer (Resolution Games) Oculus Quest, PC VR

    Boardgames are great in virtual reality (VR) with the likes of Catan VRand Demeoprime examples of that fact. Today, Oculus Launchpad alumni Evernever Games has announced its entry into the space, a colourful, free-to-play experience called Neverboard; set to arrive later this year.


    Designed as a social board gaming experience for 2 – 4 players, Neverboard is all about reigniting that classic gaming night with friends; just in VR. As a free-to-play title, Neverboard will come with one free game to get players started, Crazy 8s, with a further three games to purchase if you so wish. These will include classics like chess but Evernever Games hasn’t revealed how much each additional game will retail for. However, it will run a demo service where you can try before you buy.

    Additional content costs in-game currency which is available free each day and to purchase in the in-game store. Once the launch has taken place the studio will release regular updates adding new games, features, and content.

    Neverboard isn’t purely about the games either. Friends can hang out together, chat and just socialise if they want between games. Or explore some of the available concessions like pizzas or tomatoes, always great for starting a food fight. 


    “We are excited to see players finding the joy in being with others in VR during a time when being together while apart is more important than ever,” says creator Jasmine Bulin in a statement. “So many board games have this amazing power to enrich friendships and VR enhances the magic of the shared activity by allowing friends to play together anywhere and at any time. With Neverboard, friends around the globe can finally get game night back on the calendar.”

    Evernever Games aim to release Neverboardthis autumn for Oculus Quest as a free-to-play title. For further updates on all the latest Oculus Quest releases, keep reading VRFocus.

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