These are the best games you can play right now on Windows Mixed Reality.

Windows Mixed Reality (WMR) is here, and it's brought a new selection of immersive games to the Microsoft Store. To help you decide which games you should play first, we've rounded up the best on offer right now.

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Arizona Sunshine

Arizona Sunshine (about $40) is a first-person shooter (FPS) that plops you down in the middle of a sweltering desert following a zombie apocalypse. Featuring beautiful graphics, satisfying gunplay, and a detailed world, this is one of the best shooters we've seen so far in VR. If you don't mind a bit of horror as you search for other survivors (who's sending the radio messages?), Arizona Sunshine is a great experience well worth the price of admission.

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Fantastic Contraption

Designed as a creativity incubator for just about all VR-appropriate ages, Fantastic Contraption (about $20) lets players design whatever they want. As long as the contraption you create can solve the puzzle set before you, it's considered a success. Whether you're catapulting something across an expanse, building a rolling truck to smash through a wall, or bridging a divide, this game is sure to have you laughing the entire time.

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Dreadhalls

It might sound like a pleasant walk in the park, but Dreadhalls (about $10) is really a terrifying dungeon crawler built from the ground up for VR. You don't have any weapons, and must instead rely on quick thinking and stealth to survive. Your lantern is constantly running low on oil, and each time you play the map is made new to ensure a different experience. Those of you looking to experience the horror genre in VR will definitely want to give Dreadhalls a chance.

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Tee Time Golf

Fans of attempting to move a small ball into a small cup in an open field are going to love Tee Time Golf (about $15). Not only does it let you use your motion controllers as you would with a regular golf club, you can also play from a third-person perspective using your Xbox controller or keyboard and mouse. One you've mastered all six courses, you can create your own, full of hazards, buildings, foliage, greens, and tee boxes. This game is currently singleplayer, but a multiplayer update is coming soon, as well as the ability to share courses you've created.

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Space Pirate Trainer

Space Pirate Trainer (about $15) has been around for quite awhile now on Steam, and it only recently moved from Early Access to coincide with the WMR release. This is a fast-paced arcade FPS that has you on a platform protecting your ship from waves of drones and other droids. You have a full arsenal at your disposal, but you're going to be moving around…a lot. If you like the idea of a room-scale, physical shooter, this is one for you.

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Skyworld

Not only is WMR great for immersive first-person games, it's also great for games that requires a high vantage point, like the real-time strategy genre. Skyworld (about $40) takes a tabletop fantasy world in which you command forces on the battlefield and at home and moves it succesfully into VR. Featuring a full campaign mode and cross-platform multiplayer, this is sure to be a favorite for anyone who enjoys an immersive strategy game.

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SUPERHOT VR

Yes, SUPERHOT VR (about $25) is an FPS, but it has an interesting mechanic that sets it apart. Your enemies don't move until you move, making this an intense strategy game with brief moments of shooting, slicing, and dodging incoming fire. Not only does this include the base game, it also includes the SUPERHOT FOREVER update, adding neverending challenges and harder enemies. For an interesting take on the FPS genre, definitely check this one out.

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More resources

Be sure to check out our other roundups containing great games for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, as well as more information about Windows Mixed Reality.