While Oculus doesn’t offer much publicly in the way of understanding how well individual games & apps are performing across its Quest 2 storefront, it’s possible to glean some insight by looking at apps relative to each other. Here’s a snapshot of the 20 best rated Oculus Quest games and apps as of August 2022.

Some quick qualifications before we get to the data:

  • Paid and free apps are separated
  • Only apps with more than 100 reviews are represented
  • App Lab apps are not represented (see our latest Quest App Lab report)
  • Rounded ratings may appear to show ‘ties’ in ratings for some applications, but the ranked order remains correct

Best Rated Oculus Quest 2 Games & Apps – Paid

The rating of each application is an aggregate of user reviews and a useful way to understand the general reception of each title by customers.

Rank Name Rating (# of ratings) Rank Change
#1 Puzzling Places 4.9 (1,233)
#2 The Room VR: A Dark Matter 4.89 (11,378)
#3 Walkabout Mini Golf 4.87 (7,925)
#4 I Expect You To Die 2 4.86 (2,270)
#5 Moss: Book II 4.84 (190) New
#6 Swarm 4.82 (2,117) ↓ 1
#7 Moss 4.81 (6,012) ↓ 1
#8 Ragnarock 4.81 (981) ↓ 1
#9 I Expect You To Die 4.81 (4,822) ↓ 1
#10 YUKI 4.8 (198) ↓ 1
#11 Cubism 4.79 (729)
#12 Pistol Whip 4.78 (8,777)
#13 The Last Clockwinder 4.78 (329) ↓ 3
#14 Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted 4.77 (10,554) ↑ 1
#15 The Thrill of the Fight 4.77 (9,709) ↓ 1
#16 Cosmonious High 4.76 (442) ↓ 3
#17 In Death: Unchained 4.74 (3,946)
#18 GORN 4.74 (6,962) ↓ 2
#19 Yupitergrad 4.74 (540) ↓ 1
#20 Vermillion 4.74 (305)

Rank change & stats compared to July 2022


  • Among the 20 best rated Quest apps
    • Average rating (mean): 4.8 out of 5 (±0)
    • Average price (mean): $23 (+$1)
    • Most common price (mode): $30 (±$0)
  • Among all paid Quest apps
    • Average rating (mean): 4.2 out of 5 (±0)
    • Average price (mean): $20 (±$0)
    • Most common price (mode): $20 (±$0)

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  • Just don’t find these lists useful. The most popular games/apps isn’t really a reflection of much beyond how well a company managed to get their game seen and played by lots of people, and usually it’s a bunch of casual stuff or fitness apps and the like. Sometimes it’s because it’s just a really great VR game and top of its class, but that’s really not always the case. And the ratings here are mostly from a bunch of casuals and noobs who don’t really know what makes a good game in general, never mind a good VR game. Also, the way these algorithms work just means the same games that are already popular will constantly rank at the top and little new stuff will ever get a chance to be noticed, especially if it’s not coming from one of the bigger and/or more popular studios. I think a list of the best VR games as decided by you guys is more useful personally.

    • Ben Lang

      I appreciate the feedback. We do Game of the Year and other subjective picks for best games. Having this objective data out there is useful as well (not necessarily for choosing games to play, but to see which are performing well on the store and why).

      • Yeah, I guess they’re good for analysts and people following market trends and things. And they’ll possibly come into their own in thirty years time when some people are trying to look back and get a picture of what the early VR market was like.

    • NL_VR

      I know what you mean And agree somewhat but think the list mostly is fair.
      You got Moss Book 2 in the top which is a New game.
      And i expect you to die 2 is pretty new.
      Walkabout mini golf is also one of the best VR games out there releasing new stuff regulary.

    • Arno van Wingerde

      I agree with you, but for a different reason: these rankings are based on the average ranking each game gets… which actually favours new and small games! The most popular games then get bought by other people who may be less enthusiastic, which is why you often see games coming in high, like Moss II but then drop as other players are not as enthusiastic.
      But where the system goes wrong is that literally everything gets 5* rankings, which is why #1 has a score of 4.90 and # 20 of 4.74 – really not all that different. In fact if 10 bad people got together and all gave the #1 game 1*, the game would fall to third or fourth place and if 50 people gave 1*, the game might drop out of the best 20 games altogether!

  • ViRGiN

    If this was a PCVR article, you could just recycle stats from any point of time in the past 3-4 years. Noone would notice.