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This is one for all the budding astronauts out there. Mission: ISS is an interactive simulation that lets you explore the International Space Station (ISS). You can freely float about the inside of the ISS, pushing and pulling yourself around the station using the wall-mounted handrails just like the actual astronauts aboard the ISS do.




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G-FORCE ONE flies in FAA-designated airspace blocks approximately 100 miles long and ten miles wide. The process starts with the aircraft flying level with the horizon at an altitude of 24,000 feet. The pilots then gradually increase the angle of the aircraft to about 45 relative to the horizon until reaching an altitude of 32,000 feet. During this phase, passengers feel the pull of 1.8 Gs. Next, the plane pushes over the top of the parabolic arc and the zero-gravity phase begins. For the next 20-30 seconds, everything in the plane is weightless. Finally, the plane gently pulls out of the maneuver, allowing flyers to gradually return to the floor of the aircraft. The maneuver is flown 15 times over the course of the flight, each taking about ten miles of airspace to perform. In addition to zero gravity, flyers aboard G-FORCE ONE experience Lunar gravity (one sixth your weight), achieved by flying a wider arc over the top of the parabola. On a typical flight, parabolas are flown in sets of three to five, with short periods of level flight between each set.


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However, such a barrier does not have to stop people from having the best VR experience possible. With an expanding library of free VR games, people now have plenty of options when it comes to what they want to play in VR without making quite so big a dent in their wallets.


Beat Saber has seen massive success thanks to its fun and engaging rhythm-based gameplay that sees players slicing and dicing their way to the beat through their favorite songs. It also features a dedicated modding community that is dedicated to filling its libraries with as much as possible. Those that are looking for a free-to-play alternative to the musically-infused smash hit can check out Moon Rider.


As a web-based program, players won't even need to download anything to get started. Instead, they'll simply need to head to the website (moonrider.xyz) in their Oculus Quest web browser (or using another applicable headset browser). Once there, players will have immediate access to over 15,000 songs that they can play, with a very similar feeling to Beat Saber.


Those that are looking for a VR-based first-person-shooter that feels fun to play and offers both cooperative and multiplayer elements will want to check out Pavlov Shack. This free-to-play title is still in "beta" on the Oculus Quest marketplace, and it's not clear if it will stay that way due to its addictive gameplay. On Steam and the PSVR 2, Pavlov is a premium product.


Pavlov Shack is currently in beta and has not "officially released" yet but players can still download it for free for the Oculus Quest 2 on the marketplace. As of writing, it has very favorable reviews, with approximately 76% of players giving it a perfect score.


Largely created by one developer, Cactus Cowboy - Plants At War has the distinction of being the first free VR game compatible with the PSVR 2. Unsurprisingly, the title was overshadowed by the hardware's other launch releases like Horizon Call of the Mountain and virtual reality updates to Gran Turismo 7 and Resident Evil Village, but Plants At War is a decent addition to pretty much any VR library. The game has been out on PC for roughly a year too, so someone does not have to own a PS5 to try this release.


Originally costing roughly $20, Hyper Dash went free-to-play toward the end of 2022; consequently, the title instantly established itself as one of the better free multiplayer VR games. That said, the game is, unfortunately, not that active on Steam, and its only single-player content is offline matches with bots.


Hyper Dash debuted on February 25, 2021, and it went free-to-play on December 22, 2022. The game can be played with an Oculus Rift or Quest, a Vive Pro, Cosmos, or Cosmos Elite, a Valve Index, or a Windows Mixed Reality headset.


Most free-to-play VR games are designed to give new players a sample of what the technology can offer. Even if these headsets have been around for a few years by now, this is still uncharted territory in the grand scheme of things, and experiences like Horizon Beyond can ease people into the glorious world of virtual reality.


Initially solid for $14.99, Republique VR and its non-VR version are nowadays free-to-play, and they are both solid experiences. Rather than control Hope, the protagonist, players essentially act as an overlooker who assists the main character by hacking doors and completing puzzles. The gameplay might not be to everyone's tastes, but it is well executed. The storyline is also quite engaging, and the episodes do not overstay their welcome.


Players control mechs as they venture into soccer-style arenas. Either alone or with a partner, players must try to outmaneuver (or outhit) their opponents as they seek to score goals. The concept is straightforward and works quite well, and this free VR game could blossom into something special if it finds an audience.


One of the earliest and best VR games to gain mainstream attention, Echo VR is a treat for fans of zero-g, sci-fi competition. Originally known as Echo Arena, Echo VR has since expanded to include Echo Combat as well. However, only Echo Arena is free.


That being said, it is still well worth the download. Navigate a zero-g arena with a team to throw a frisbee into the enemy team's goal. Seems simple, but the result is some of the most pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing gameplay you can have in a VR setting. This game's movement system is unique and intuitive; easy to learn but difficult to master. Though like many great VR games, it is exclusive to Oculus systems.


As a free title that is still in development, there is not all that much to do in Fly Dangerous, although there is an online leaderboard and a free roam mode to add a touch of replay value. While a flight stick is the ideal way to control the ship, the game also supports keyboard & mouse, gamepad, and steering wheel.


Dagon: by H. P. Lovecraft is one of the best free horror games on Steam. A loyal Lovecraftian experience, Dagon is short and, for a lack of a more appropriate word, sweet, one that will surely hit the mark for any fans of the author's works.


Launching in 2013 as an open beta, War Thunder is approaching its 10-year anniversary, and the free-to-play vehicular combat game is still very active on Steam. Offering three styles of battles that range from arcade goodness to war sims, War Thunder covers a wide spectrum of preferences, and it handles most of these areas quite well.


Published by Cartoon Network Games, this free project takes players on a colorful journey to an array of distinct worlds. Unfortunately, these locations are not based on Cartoon Network's existing properties, but each level is still unique, imaginative, and charming.


Like so many free-to-play VR games, this release was not reviewed by critics; in fact, Cartoon Network Journeys VR flew by mostly unnoticed, not even garnering a User Score on Metacritic. Still, the game has a good reception on Steam.


VRChat has become the premier app for interacting with others over VR, expanding itself even to this day. The limit is the player's imagination, with VRChat offering a ton of freedom. With endless mod support, the player can take on the appearance of just about any fictional character and explore virtually any landscape.


Rock Life: The Rock Simulator is pretty much a joke game as it is an immersive sim about being a rock. Not an anthropomorphic boulder or a stone with googly eyes; no, just a plain old everyday rock. Outside of looking at a rocky companion and swapping the environment, there isn't all that much to do in this free VR game. The player simply sits there and does nothing.


Most free virtual reality games teleport players to unique worlds for quick stays, and they are not meant to keep someone playing for hours on end like non-VR freebies such as Apex Legends. Basically, they offer a brief excursion away from reality, presenting people with a way to visit an alien land without having to leave their homes.


At the moment, Astral Slider has not received any critical reviews, however, the game has a decent reception on Steam. In the world of free VR projects, this title is a relatively small release, so it has garnered too much attention since its March 2022 debut.


While it has no reviews on Metacritic, Shattered Lights has an 89% average on Steam. The title has over 350 reviews on Valve's platformer, which is a decent sample size for a free virtual reality game.


Gun Raiders does not deviate too far from the beaten path when it comes to first-person multiplayer shooters, but it does the basics nicely. On the surface, this might not sound like all that glowing of a recommendation, but that's not the case as there are not all that many free-to-play FPS VR titles out there; consequently, Gun Raiders fills a void. 041b061a72


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