Corridor 17 is an endless runner game for the Oculus Rift that can utilize the Leap Motion controller for shooting controls. You control the ship through head motions while waving your hands in front of the Leap Motion in order to shoot weapons, one for each hand.
Pro Intuitive gameplay that is controlled completely through motion
The ship is controlled with the players head, lean the head left and the ship goes left, lean right and the ship goes right, this frees up the hands to do the shooting in the game. With the Leap Motion mounted on the Oculus headgear, the user can wave each hand in front of the Leap Motion camera in order to shoot enemies in the corridor. Wave the left hand in front of the camera and the left lasers shoot, same for the right. Together this makes for a game completely controlled by motion control of ones head and hands, which is easy to understand and pickup for just about any player.
Con Setup may be a pain
The camera that controls tracking for the Oculus will need to be mounted above the player or to one side as the players hands may interfere with the Oculus tracking when being used in the suggested way of waving in front of the Leap Motion camera, which will be mounted on top of the Oculus headset. basically the players hands may get in the way of the Oculus tracking camera if not mounted in a high position.
This means the player may need to adjust their equipment setup in order to make this game work as intended. For some this may be too much trouble, for others it may not be an option due to limited room.