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Pin­ball FX2 VR/£ 10.99fromSteam

Pin­ball FX2 VR is the one game that keeps draw­ing us back into VR. While stand­ing in front of a 3D pin­ball ma­chine is never go­ing to be quite the same as the real thing, it’s sur­pris­ingly close – and also al­lows for added at­mos­phere, such as an un­der­wa­ter feel in one of the sea-themed ma­chines. Your ini­tial in­vest­ment buys you ac­cess to three ma­chines, which is plenty to start. We’re still try­ing to get to grips with the Epic Quest one, hav­ing only scored around 7 mil­lion points so far. There’s also an ex­ten­sion pack for around £20.

Tiny Town VR/£ 10.99fromSteam

Tiny Town VR is one for the kids. It’s a weird mix be­tween Minecraft (which is also avail­able in VR, but isn’t as well im­ple­mented), Lego and Sim City, al­low­ing you to de­sign your own, well, tiny town. Add build­ings, cre­ate roads, build an air­port, a farm – what­ever you like. My son de­cided to cre­ate an odd trib­ute to King Kong, with a gi­ant clutch­ing a hostage while be­ing at­tacked by planes. As this in­di­cates, Tiny Town VR may sound sim­ple, but it has the po­ten­tial to keep chil­dren oc­cu­pied and their imag­i­na­tions ac­tive.

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