Top 35 Metaverse Games List | Metaverse Games to Play

Metaverse is a decentralized world created by Linden Lab, the makers of Second Life. It’s not just a game but also where you can interact with other people, socialize, create worlds and so on. To join in Metaverse you need to download the free client/software for your preferred device (desktop or mobile). Once installed, you can create an account then start avating it. You have many options once inside Metaverse: go to games room , travel around all universes , visit communities , open official stores .

Together with Willzoo we’re going to present the top 50 best games in metaverse that you should try out! All these games are free and most of them are fun and addicting (we’re sure you’re gonna love most of them). You can play these games with other people or alone but what’s key is to have fun! This list will be updated every month.

1) ULTIMATE NEO AVATAR

ultimate avatar gives you the opportunity to make your own virtual self, choosing from tons of weapons, hairs, clothes and accessories. The game itself has nice graphics for a 3D avatar based game, it also uses WebGL technology which makes it run smoothly. It has over 100k users already playing all around the world on different locations (like Venice Beach in Los Angeles or Europe). You can create your ultimate character using any device that runs on Windows 7, 8 and 10. Since this game is very popular amongst the community, the game is gradually adding new contents and functionalities.

2) lkzr’s gun factory

This 3D shooting game allows you to use various guns with unique abilities to fight against monsters. You need to aim correctly at your target plus move around within a limited amount of time before starting your next turn. There are over 20 weapons, each requiring different strategies for victory. The most important feature of this game is that it makes you team up with other avatar players in order to complete the challenges! If you’re looking for a shooting game where you can enjoy having fun with other people then LkZR’s Gun Factory is for you! This multiplayer shooter works on Windows PC, Mac OSX and Android devices.

3) galaxy life: Pocket edition MMO

The most popular MMORPG in the metaverse right now, reaching over 100k avatars with its pocket edition. This cute looking game allows you to explore a virtual galaxy with your avatar and build up a house with all necessary elements such as food supplies or entertainment devices. You can also battle with other players from around the world against monsters who roam on their own planet. To make things even more interesting you can team up with friends to fight together against enemies and share items among yourselves. If you love cute graphic games then this is for you! Galaxy Life: Pocket Edition works on Windows , Mac OSX and Android devices.

4) New Retro Arcade

A fantastic multiplayer experience in Virtual Reality (VR) where you can play old arcade machines like Pacman or Pinball in a 3D environment. You can use your avatar to interact with other people from around the world, play music and even watch videos on big screens. If that’s not enough then just go ahead and customize your character plus have fun interacting with objects around the room! New Retro Arcade has been designed for HTC Vive VR but works perfectly on a desktop computer as well.

5] LooWarVR

lkzr’s war is one of the most popular multiplayer shooting games in metaverse right now. Just like ULTIMATE NEO AVATAR, this game also uses WebGL technology so expect fast loading times regardless of which device you’re using (desktop, laptop, tablet or phone). In this game you can use a variety of weapons and items to fight against other players from around the world. The objective is to kill enemy avatars as many times as possible until they respawn again for another round. This three dimensional shooter works perfectly on any device that runs on Windows 7, 8 and 10.

6) Void Racer Void Racer is a multiplayer racing game where you race against people from all over the world by using your avatar to move around in different tracks. Each player needs to collect energy cubes which allow them move faster through space at certain moments. If you’re looking for an addicting multiplayer racing game then this might be for you! Currently available on Google Play Store but working well with VR devices such as Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.

7) Skyforge Skyforge is a MMORPG that offers players top notch graphics, exciting gameplay and exciting community events. In this sci-fi fantasy world you can develop your character from scratch with various classes to choose from (such as Paladin, Berserker, Cryomancer, Lightbinder and others). You need to train hard by running missions in order to become a God. This role playing game works offline thanks to its automated match making system which pairs up avatars of similar levels together. The most interesting part is that even though this MMO works for all platforms it’s especially popular with VR devices such as Oculus Rift or HTC Vive. 8) AltspaceVR AltspaceVR is another social platform where you can interact with other avatars from around the world. This also works on mobile devices but due to its interactive interface it’s more popular for VR headsets such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive or Windows Mixed Reality. Here you can play games with friends, watch movies, chat and even use web browsers together.

9) ULTIMATE NEO AVATAR

The most impressive virtual world MMORPG at the moment! Ultimate Neo Avatar using WebGL technology so expect fast loading times regardless of which device you’re using (desktop, laptop, tablet or phone). In this game you can customize your avatar with clothes made by players worldwide plus choose between different races including human, elf and demon. Each race has their own special abilities so depending on which you choose you’ll have different strengths and weaknesses. This MMORPG works perfectly in any device that runs on Windows 7, 8 and 10 so there’s no excuse to not try it out!

10) TribeVR

Tribe VR is a multiplayer social experience where groups of avatars can chat with one another at the same time by using their voice or typing text. You can also share pictures, post links to other websites and even watch Youtube videos together. It’s like bringing real life interaction into virtual reality (VR)! Each avatar has their own customizable room to meet up in, play games together and simply have fun. Currently available only for HTC Vive devices but we’re hoping that it will be supported Oculus Rift soon as well!

11) Spooky House

Spooky House is a multiplayer game where you explore the inside of an old haunted house (unfortunately not yet available for HTC Vive). This first person shooter has various levels to choose from, each one more difficult than the previous. The concept is simple; there’s no shooting in this game but just keep your eyes open at all times or you might get attacked by either monster or enemy player. You can also find hidden treasures but beware of traps that await you! It’s best played on Oculus Rift since playing with mouse and keyboard isn’t really recommended due to its jumpy interface.

12) VR Fitness Boxing

VR Fitness Boxing is another workout game where people can train their physical fitness by playing boxing matches against their friends. This is a fitness game that uses realistic physics to make every punch count which means you’re in for a real challenge! Basically, all you have to do is play matches with other players and train yourself to beat the best scores every day. If you liked playing Punch Club but want to try something more interactive then this might be exactly what you’ve been looking for!

13) Vox Machinae

Vox Machinae is a multiplayer mech shooter where players need to eat cubes in order to gain energy. Each player can control a different robot so communication between teammates is crucial if they want to win each match. There are two types of games: Deathmatch where players fight against one another by destroying enemy’s cockpit and Territory Control which has teams fight to control various points on the map. It’s currently available for Oculus Rift but developers are working on adding HTC Vive compatibility so stay tuned!

14) VRChat

VRChat is another virtual reality social platform where you can interact with other avatars from around the world. This one supports both Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and even mobile devices which means that practically anyone can enjoy it. You can participate in multiplayer games or events, share pictures, watch videos using Youtube player, play quiz shows together and simply have fun hanging around with other players around the world. Just make sure that you choose a username that doesn’t resemble anything offensive since there are some trolls out there looking for “easy targets”.

15) Bigscreen Beta

Already mentioned in our article about virtual desktop so we recommend checking it out for more information. Basically, Bigscreen is a social platform where you can watch movies and TV shows with other people in virtual reality. You can even invite your friends to watch 3D or 360 degree videos together at the same time! Just think of all the possibilities: you could either enjoy watching movies on Netflix with your family in another country, play games such as Dungeons and Dragons against real players around the world or simply hang out with your friends while watching Twitch streams!

16) Enscape

Enscape is a professional level program that lets users explore countless number of incredible virtual worlds using Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and also Windows Mixed Reality devices. This means that you’ll be able to build your own worlds (such as Jurassic Park, mountains, etc.) with real-time updates in virtual reality. This is a very intuitive program that makes designing scenery easy to learn and use with little knowledge about 3D modeling. If you’re thinking of creating virtual reality games or simply want to try out some fun ideas then this is the perfect tool for that!

17) vTime

This social platform enables people to meet up virtually anywhere in the world using different avatars. A unique feature of this platform is that it supports mobile devices which means you can play it on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and even Daydream View if you have an Android phone! Even more so, their mobile app has support for both iOS and Android which is a great thing for gamers who want to try out virtual reality but don’t have enough money for expensive VR headsets.

18) Holodance

Holodance is similar to Audioshield and Beat Saber but instead of music, this one puts emphasis on dancing with dragons! Players need to pick up gems while avoiding obstacles such as fireballs and waterfalls in order to perfect their dance moves. Think of it like a combination between Guitar Hero and Dance Central if you’re familiar with some rhythm based games. As expected from an indie game, its graphics aren’t exactly top notch but the gameplay itself makes up for that! This is also available on HTC Vive only just like Audioshield so keep that in mind when purchasing one.

19) LEGO Minifigures Online

In this game, you get to play as your favorite LEGO characters from different themes such as Lego City Undercover, Star Wars and The Hobbit! It also features a cooperative mode but there’s no competitive gameplay here. Players need to work together in order to defeat enemies which task is easier said than done since they can either make things harder by stealing the other player’s items or even killing them for good. The interesting thing about this game is that it doesn’t require a VR headset in order to play it well. This means you don’t have to buy HTC Vive or Oculus Rift just for playing Minifigures Online! Of course, you’ll need a controller but that shouldn’t be hard since there are plenty of them nowadays.

20) Superhot VR

If you like playing first person shooters (FPS) and own a PlayStation VR, HTC Vive or Oculus Rift then we recommend downloading this one right away! The premise is quite simple: time only moves when you move which means that if somebody tries to shoot at you, simply take cover and wait for the perfect moment to strike back! There’s also a single player mode where players need to complete specific challenges such as killing all enemies using just handguns or trying not to get shot even once. If that sounds too difficult then there’s always the option to fight against simpler AI-controlled characters but we assume most gamers prefer going up against other people online. This game is also available on PlayStation 4 which means you don’t need a VR headset to play it!

21) Space Pirate Trainer

If you’re looking for some arcade-style shooting in virtual reality then this is the perfect game for you. It’s basically an updated version of classic arcade shooters such as Time Crisis or House of the Dead where players shoot down droids using both hand guns and laser swords. Just like most games on this list, its graphics are very simple but that doesn’t make it any less fun! You can play this one with either HTC Vive or Oculus Rift depending on your personal preference since they both work almost exactly the same.

22) Pool Nation VR

Pool Nation VR takes the idea of playing pool in real life and brings it to virtual reality! Just like its name suggests, players need to shoot balls into a hole using a pool cue and that’s about it. This might seem boring at first but things get interesting when you play against other people online since the winner gets bragging rights which is always fun. We recommend checking out this game if you don’t have anything else to do for the rest of the day since it doesn’t take much time to complete one round.

23) Project CARS 2

Project CARS 2 looks exactly like any other racing game on this list but that doesn’t make it any less fun or challenging! Players get a choice between different cars, tracks and weather conditions in order to drive their way through tournaments while going against AI-controlled opponents. One very interesting thing about this game is that in order to drive faster, players need to lean in the opposite direction so they wouldn’t lose balance. If you don’t do that then their car will just keep going in circles until they decide to press the brake button which can be annoying for some gamers. The good news is that there are plenty of other cars and tracks available for download for free on Steam Workshop so take your pick!

24) Redout

The idea behind this game is simple: speed! Players get to choose between different fictional racing teams and go up against AI or real people online while trying not to lose control over their vehicle. This game might look like an arcade title but it’s actually way harder than it looks at first! The larger the vehicle, the harder it is to keep control over it so if you want to see how good your reaction skills are then we suggest trying this one!

25) Windlands 2

This game might look like a simple platformer at first glance but it actually requires strategy and timing in order to complete even basic levels. You’ll need several attempts before you can go ahead or discover all of the hidden paths which makes this game extremely difficult for people with weak nerves. There’s also a multiplayer option where players can team up together against AI-controlled characters and solve puzzles as a group which is always fun!

26) AudioShield

We’ve already mentioned that most VR games use hand controls in order to let players interact with their environment but AudioShield takes things to a whole new level! The game basically allows players to control their own rhythm by shooting spheres representing musical notes at other spheres which create melodies. This game is perfect for people who like music since it trains your concentration and reflexes at the same time so check it out!

27) Serious Sam VR: The Second Encounter

This one might look like an average FPS game but there’s more to it than meets the eye. The best way to describe this title is as a first-person co-op shooter where you team up with three other players against hordes of enemies that go after you for no apparent reason whatsoever. It’s always fun playing with other people online against computer-controlled opponents but if you want something more challenging, we suggest checking out this game and having fun!

28) Apex Construct

Apex Construct is basically a first-person action puzzler where you get to explore the world in search of clues and solve various puzzles in order to progress. The graphics look amazing thanks to the Unreal Engine powering the title and there’s nothing else like it on Steam which makes it an interesting pick for players who like unique titles. It’s also worth mentioning that the story line is really good too so make sure you try it if you enjoy figuring things out!

29) Sprint Vector

Sprint Vector isn’t your typical racing game because instead of just going forward automatically, players need to run and jump in order to go around obstacles and reach different checkpoints. The game looks similar to Mario Kart at first glance but it actually requires way more skill and reflexes than that one so if you want something fresh then this title is exactly what you’ve been looking for!

30) Face Your Fears 2

Face Your Fears was probably one of the best horror games ever created thanks to its amazing atmosphere, good graphics and truly terrifying encounters. This sequel adds new features like multiplayer co-op, several different scenarios and improved graphics which make playing it even more fun than before. There’s also a ton of unlockables available so you’ll definitely spend hours upon hours trying to figure everything out. It’s unfortunate that more developers aren’t creating horror experiences of this quality since they’re still considered niche titles even today.

31) Alpha Decay

A lot of VR games focus on action and survival but we’re bringing something a bit more laid-back to your attention today. Alpha Decay is a virtual reality visual novel that lets you live an alternate life in a cyberpunk future where the only way out is via a self-destruct button. There’s also a ton of endings and a detailed story line so if you enjoy visual novels, definitely check this out!

32) Dying: Reborn VR

Dying: Reborn was originally released as a mobile game but it has been recently ported to PC where the gameplay translates into virtual reality flawlessly. It’s a puzzle title that features several different rooms filled with hidden secrets and clues that players need to find in order to progress. The game might look simple at first but it actually requires a lot of attention which results in an amazing experience overall!

33) Sairento VR

Sairento VR is one of the few games on our list that lets you play as creatures not from this world. In this case, you get to control a cyber ninja who can use different types of swords and firearms in order to exterminate his enemies. The base concept isn’t very complex which means that the title might seem a bit simplistic for some players but there’s more than meets the eye here so make sure you try it out!

34) Subnautica

Subnautica is another example of a very atmospheric title that focuses on exploration. The thing that makes this experience stand out from the rest is the amount of different things you can do in order to survive as well as interact with your surroundings. The graphics are good and there’s even a story line involved which makes Subnautica one of the best VR options you have at your disposal right now!

35) Earthlight Project – Moonbase Alpha

Earthlight Project – Moonbase Alpha isn’t just another simulation game because it also tries to educate players about space and our moon. You get to control several different types of vehicles and drones so it feels like you’re actually exploring the vast lunar surface thanks to accurate physics-based controls which make everything feel more realistic than ever before. If you enjoy simulation games, this one is a must-play so make sure you try it!

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